Searching for Summer Cruises? Don’t Miss the Solar Eclipse Cruise!
Find the best summer cruise destinations from Royal Caribbean with the help of CruiseExperts.com
Are you ready to have a “totally” unique summer cruise experience unlike any other? Then it’s time to book your ticket on Royal Caribbean’s Total Eclipse Cruise happening this summer. The Total Eclipse Cruise is ideal for adventurers who want to experience the total solar eclipse happening on August 21, 2017. Sure to be the best summer cruise destination, passengers on Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas will be transported to an optimal viewing spot in the ocean where they will see the eclipse happen right before their eyes. In addition to what is sure to be a once in a lifetime event, cruise guests will also be treated to the following:
- Solar eclipse-themed cruise activities
- Dance parties
- Science experiments and activities for kids
- Eclipse-themed food and cocktails, including the Cosmic Cosmo
- And an exciting concert with a major headliner performer (to be announced soon!)
A total eclipse hasn’t crossed over the United States since 1918, making this an unparalleled cruise event that won’t happen again during many people’s lifetime. According to Royal Caribbean CEO Michael Bayley, the cruise that is happening from August 20 – 27 will be an “unforgettable celebration out at sea that adventurers won’t want to miss.”
This epic journey begins in Orlando and will then travel through the Eastern sea ports of the breathtaking Caribbean. Your unforgettable itinerary includes stops in St. Maarten, St. Thomas and the Bahamas, some of the best summer cruise destinations to explore! While there are numerous other Royal Caribbean ships that will be sailing during this event and will have a partial view of the total solar eclipse, this particular cruise is the only itinerary based specifically around the eclipse with a prearranged viewing spot for ideal observing.
If you have never been aboard the Oasis of the Seas, prepare yourself for a unique experience in one of the world’s largest ships. The vessel is filled with features including a mall area, Central Park – a section filled with over 12,000 live plants with areas that open to the sky, a Coney Island style boardwalk, rock climbing areas, surf simulator, zip line, kids clubs, fitness center, and a plethora of restaurants.
Wondering what to wear on your Total Solar Eclipse summer cruise? Seven night cruises on Royal Caribbean typically consist of five causal nights and two formal nights. Men are usually seen sporting tuxedos, dark suits or sports coats on formal nights, while the ladies use this time to get dolled up in gowns, cocktail dresses and embellished maxis.
Sure to be one of the most anticipated summer cruises from Florida, book your ticket now and get bragging rights for seeing the total solar eclipse from one of the best locations in the world! Visit www.CruiseExperts.com or contact us directly at 1-888-804-CRUISE (2784) to learn more. And, don’t forget to like us on Facebook and join our InnerCircle for exclusive offers and cruise news you can use! Also, check out our new Resource Center, where you can receive expert knowledge from us before your next cruise or cruisetour!