The Best Quick Caribbean Getaway is Here

Sailing 3- and 4-night itineraries, Mariner of the Seas is perfect for first-time cruisers
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Everyone knows that weekends are precious, which is why Royal Caribbean wants to help you make the most of them! Break up your routine with a long weekend full of new adventures and discoveries aboard Mariner of the Seas. Undergoing a $90 million modernization, Mariner will sail three- to four-night Caribbean cruises from Miami starting this June. It’s the perfect opportunity for a quick getaway.

Never taken a cruise before? This is the ideal trial run (we promise, you’ll never look back), and you’ll be home by Monday. Here are all the ways you can have an unrivaled trip, with vacation days to spare:

Enjoy All The Bahamas Has to Offer in Just Three or Four Days (Really!)

We’ve taken the best parts of The Bahamas and built them into epic three- and four-night night itineraries. From Miami, Mariner of the Seas heads to CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s own private island paradise. While there, snorkel and see sunken treasures, take secluded nature walks, chill in a hammock on one of four existing beaches, and enjoy a seaside barbecue.

The ship then sails to Nassau, The Bahamas’ capital city on New Providence Island. Drink in the breathtaking views from Queen’s Staircase, get up close and personal with dolphins on Blue Lagoon island, and take in the gorgeous colonial architecture. For more travel inspiration, watch our video below of Royal Caribbean Adventurist Shay Mitchell exploring this unforgettable paradise.

Flip Sunday Funday on its Head

If the excursions on land sound fun, just wait for all the thrills you’ll have at your fingertips on the ship. Speed down The Perfect Storm, a duo of high-speed racing waterslides; bounce over craters with Sky Pad, the new virtual reality bungee jumping experience, and discover the ultimate glow-in-the-dark laser tag adventure. When it’s time for sustenance, grab a Mai Tai at The Bamboo Room, the new kitschy-cool cocktail lounge, a meat-and-cheese board at Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver or fresh sushi at Izumi. Other perks include an all-new FlowRider, an ice-skating rink, a 40-foot rock-climbing wall, and Puzzle Break, an escape-the-room-type activity for the whole family.

Book your spot on the new way to spend your weekend now. We guarantee you’ll experience more action in a few days on a cruise than you would in three straight weekends at home.

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