A 'Symphony' in Paradise
Warm up your winter early in 2024 with an 8-night cruise from Fort Lauderdale, Florida into the Southern Caribbean. Visit different, delightful ports of call like Aruba, Curacao and more. Take in all the fun of Royal Caribbean's ultra-popular Symphony of the Seas. Filled to the brim with dining options and activity choices, there really is something for everyone. The ship is as much the destination as the ports she visits, and is a perfect ship for new cruisers or those looking for lots to do on board.
Day by Day on the Symphony
Day #1: Embark on our cruise from Fort Lauderdale at the easy, breezy Port Everglades Terminal conveniently near Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport.
Day #2: At sea with so much to do and drink and eat you'll never get bored.
Day #3: At sea. Relax in the warm, sunny waters while the snow falls at home.
Day #4: Visit Oranjestad, Aruba, a bustling harbor city and Arub'a capital whose streets and malls are dotted with international luxury retailers, diverse boutiques, and dazzling jewelry stores. Fascinating restored landmark buildings are found along the way.
Day #5: A port day in Willemstad, Curacao just off the coast of Venezuela, Curacao is a tiny island nestled in crystal-blue waters. Once the center of Caribbean commerce, Curacao retains influences from its French, Dutch, and Portuguese colonial past, by way of its food, architecture, and culture.
Day #6: At sea. Don't miss a show in the AquaTheater, enjoy quiet time poolside in the Adults-only Solarium and perhaps a romantic evening in Central Park.
Day #7: A perfect beach day at Labadee, Haiti, Royal Caribbean’s private cruise resort with all the beach attractions, watersports, and fun activities that cruisers look forward to. This beautiful 260-acre resort is located on a coastal peninsula .
Day #8: At sea. Wind down after fun-filled, but relaxing days and nights at sea.
Day #9: Disembark at Fort Lauderdale after a wonderful cruise.
Aboard our ship
Symphony of the Seas is among the largest cruise ships in the world, but she's worth sailing on for more than just her size. In the years since her launch in 2018, she quickly became one of the favorites of Royal Caribbean cruisers.
Symphony-- with its seven neighborhoods -- feels like a floating city, and despite it's size is easy to navigate. Passengers meander through the park and promenade, quickly finding their favorite spots.
Royal Caribbean has plenty of complimentary dining options aboard, which means there is no upcharge to eat from a variety of places on the ship. You could choose anything from hot dogs and pizza, to international cuisine, to steak and lobster.