New Orleans, the Deep South & the Bahamas, 30 January 2019 (18 nights)

3 Nts New Orleans Stay

Ship:
Vision of the Seas
Line:
Royal Caribbean
Departure:
New Orleans
Depart Date:
30th January 2019
Duration:
18 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
View 15 reviews
Cruise Type:
Cruise and Stay
  • Crocodile Swamp Boat & Plantation Tour
  • 3 Nts New Orleans stay in a 4* Hotel
  • Return UK Flights &
    Private Overseas Transfers
  • Hotel Included
Inside from
£1,949 pp
Outside from
was £2,199 pp £2,049 pp
Balcony from
£2,429 pp
Junior Suite from
£3,199 pp
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Cruise Id: 166953

Holiday Features

  • 3 Nts New Orleans stay in a 4* Hotel
  • Plantation and Swamp Tour
  • All Private Overseas Transfers
  • Return UK Flights
 
  • Spacious ensuite stateroom
  • All meals and Nite Bites
  • Elegant afternoon tea
  • All entertainment
  • Fitness Centre & Elemis Spa
  • Sauna, Jacuzzi & Steam Room
  • Enriching lectures
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Cruise itinerary

Day Port Due Depart
1 Fly from the UK
1-3 New Orleans Hotel Stay - 3 Nights
2 Plantation and Swamp Tour
4 New Orleans
New Orleans
With its atmospheric French Quarter, New Orleans oozes character quite unlike any other American city or cruise port. It is the sort of place where anything seems to go – that is why Americans love to call it the “Big Easy”.
PM
5-6 At Sea - 2 days
7 Cococay
Cococay
Coco Cay is Royal Caribbean's private island in the Bahamas. This deserted island was once known as Little Stirrup Cay. Located within the Berry Island chain of the Bahamas, about 50 miles from Nassau, Coco Cay is the perfect setting for a beach adventure. Coco Cay has been recently renovated and now includes updated nature trails and Caylanas Aqua Park. Average temperatures range in the low to upper 80’s; with water temperature never below 72°.
AM PM
8 Nassau
Nassau
Lively Nassau blends a contemporary and cosmopolitan mood with delightful echoes of colonial charm. During your visit you can sightsee elegant buildings of Parliament Square, shop on the immaculate waterfront Bay Street for duty-free bargains
AM PM
9 Key West
Key West
Key West is a city in Monroe County, Florida, United States. The city encompasses the island of Key West, the part of Stock Island north of U.S. 1 (the Overseas Highway) (east), Sigsbee Park (north, originally known as Dredgers Key), Fleming Key (north), and Sunset Key (west, originally known as Tank Island). Both Fleming Key and Sigsbee Park are part of Naval Air Station Key West and are inaccessible by civilians. Key West is the county seat of Monroe County. Key West is known as the southernmost city in the Continental United States.
AM PM
10 At Sea
11 New Orleans
New Orleans
With its atmospheric French Quarter, New Orleans oozes character quite unlike any other American city or cruise port. It is the sort of place where anything seems to go – that is why Americans love to call it the “Big Easy”.
AM
12 At Sea
13 Cozumel (for Chichen Itza)
Cozumel (for Chichen Itza)
This Mexican paradise will delight you with its ivory beaches, swaying palms and coral reefs. You can stroll along the oceanfront promenade of San Miguel, or explore the magnificent Mayan ruins of Tulum.
AM PM
14 Banana Island AM PM
15 Costa Maya (Majahual), Mexico
Costa Maya (Majahual), Mexico
Visit Costa Maya, an ancient Mayan maritime port and gateway to lush rain forests and blue lagoons. You could trek through the jungle to discover the ancient Mayan cities of Chacchoben and Kohunlich, and admire the marvellous temple adorned with magnificent stone masks. Don’t miss stunning La Palapa Beach, where you can snorkel in crystal clear waters or simply relax and soak up the sun. The local cuisine is delicious, so try Ceviche (raw conch with prawns and octopus marinated in lime juice with tomato, onion, cilantro and tostadas chips…
AM PM
16-17 At Sea
18 New Orleans
New Orleans
With its atmospheric French Quarter, New Orleans oozes character quite unlike any other American city or cruise port. It is the sort of place where anything seems to go – that is why Americans love to call it the “Big Easy”.
AM
18 Fly New Orleans/UK
19 Arrive in UK - Overnight flight

Cabins on the Vision of the Seas

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Customer reviews for Vision of the Seas

  • Vision of the Seas
  • Royal Caribbean
  • 25 Apr 2017

Cannot praise this cruise enough, the ship was perfect for us, friendly, lively never a dull moment felt completely at home from day one. Our balcony cabin was a lovely size and well kept by the state room attendant. Towels change everyday, bedding was changed regular, the fridge was a bonus, and for a woman the dressing table was great plenty of lights. We had my time dinning which was perfect for us, with two enthusiastic waiters Ramdas and Estralla that kept us informed on entertainment, food available and they were very friendly everyday of the cruise. The theatre was great something different every night, and then there was the centrum that did not disappoint either, always lively and fun.The captain Micheal kept us informed everyday at 12 noon what was happening. Plenty of sun beds which for me being 7 days at sea was great. All I can say is very well done Vision Of The Seas, you have restored my faith in cruising after a disastrous cruise with another top company. From now on it's Royal Caribbean from now on, this was our 8th cruise with them and my hubby and I find them the very best .

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  • Vision of the Seas
  • Royal Caribbean
  • 05 Jan 2017

This was our second cruise of the year with RC and will probably be our last. We are diamond plus members of RC loyalty club and long time cruisers and it is clearly obvious that RC are out to cut costs dramatically. It was evident on our earlier cruise on the Independence of Seas but even more so on this cruise. We always have a suite and on this ship we had the Owners suite. The suite and our steward and the concierge were great but that was where it ended. The quality of the food and service in the Main restaurant was appalling, so much so, it resulted in our eating at the speciality restaurants for the remainder of the cruise. Not a bad ploy for RC revenue I suppose. Where have all the interesting food choices and entertaining waiters gone? We were confronted with uninteresting options provided by sullen, badly trained, incomprehensible waiting staff. My wife was even given a lecture by a waiter because she complained her cabernet sauvignon was cold. The standard of the whole offering on board has dropped dramatically from the poor quality of the entertainment on offer to the vastly overpriced drinks(particularly when 18% gratuity is added). Royal Caribbean are obviously on a money grabbing drive. However they are likely to lose a lot of loyal cruisers in the process.

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  • Vision of the Seas
  • Royal Caribbean
  • 18 Sep 2016

1st time cruisers and loved every minute of it!  The captain and his crew are very friendly The entertainment director does a fantastic job, I don't know where she gets the energy. After being home less than 24 hours, we have booked another cruise on the same ship but heading to Dubai.  I cannot fault anything with the ship, the worst part was Venice airport coming and going.  Next time hopefully airport will be finished

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