Royal Caribbean Empress of the Seas cruise ship gets $50 million makeover

Miamiโ€™s newest hometown ship, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Empress of the Seas cruise ship, arrived to her new homeport on May 25 after a $50 million revitalization. The ship set sail on her first sailing  visiting Royal Caribbeanโ€™s private island CocoCay, Bahamas and Nassau, Bahamas. There are also plans to sail to Cuba if approved.
The ship offers short four- and five-night getaways from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas; Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; Grand Cayman and Key West, Florida. With longer stays in every port, guests will be able to experience spectacular golden sunsets in the Caribbean. Plus, on select five-night itineraries, guest can experience the authentic Mexican culture and cuisine during overnight stays in Cozumel, Mexico.

Empress of the Seas will offer signature amenities including a thrilling rock-climbing wall for adrenaline seekers; new pools and whirlpools; a spa with an extensive treatment menu; and a complimentary Adventure Ocean youth program. Empress also will offer a variety of dining options, including the casual atmosphere of the Windjammer Cafรฉ and fine dining at the brandโ€™s signature steakhouse Chops Grille. In addition, the ship will offer Voom, the fastest internet at sea.

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