Date:08/24/2018From:MiamiPrice:$554 Book Now
Nights:3To:MiamiPer Day:$185
Date:August 24, 2018 From:Miami
Nights:3To:Miami
Line:Royal CaribbeanPrice:$554
Ship:Mariner of the Seas Daily:$185
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CocoCay or Nassau? How About Visiting Both?

Reserve your cabin on the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas and get ready for three days of exciting sailing through the sea from Miami and back again! The Mariner of the Seas, based in Miami and Port Canaveral and refurbished only four years ago in 2014, is a large top-rated cruise ship that can house more than 3,700 cruisers.

Stopping at extremely rare cities such as CocoCay makes this trip special. This route is a typical one for the Mariner of the Seas.

With a cost of under $185 per day, this deal is. Our price includes all port charges and taxes, no surprises at checkout! This price just dropped, so book now to secure your room before the price goes up again!

Day 3: Nassau
The Mariner of the Seas

Pricing Information

This graph indicates the cost over time for every type of cabin. Since being listed sixteen months ago, the cost of a cabin on this itinerary has ranged between $220 and $570 inclusive of $91 in taxes and port fees.

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$184.67 per day $203.33 per day
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Your Itinerary

This itinerary consists of zero sea days and two days in port. Highlights include visits to very uncommon ports like CocoCay.

DatePortArriveDepart
Fri, Aug 24Miami, FL5:00pm
Sat, Aug 25CocoCay, Bahamas7:00am5:00pm
Sun, Aug 26Nassau, Bahamas8:00am5:00pm
Mon, Aug 27Miami, FL7:00am

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The Mariner of the Seas sails this route eighteen times this year as well as seventeen times next year. The Navigator of the Seas also sails a route with the same stops but a slightly different schedule. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.



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