Sail from Florida to the Caribbean in comfort
with Royal Caribbean
If you need some time to unwind and be pampered, then a cruise ship is the perfect environment, and Royal Caribbean have several ships in their fleet that have been designed for all sorts of cruise holidays. Whether you want to soak up the sunshine on deck, take a spa day, or try out a new activity, booking a Royal Caribbean cruise means you can set your own pace.
Cruise and stay Florida
Florida Masters offer the unique opportunity to spend a week at sea on one of Royal Caribbean’s prestigious ships, combined with a week at an exciting Florida resort. You’ll be able to spend four to seven nights in Florida, whether you choose Orlando, Miami, or anywhere along the beautiful coast. You can spend time on the beach, head to Disney World and the other thrilling parks, or visit the many exciting family attractions, before heading to a Florida cruise port for your departure.
Luxurious cruise ships
Royal Caribbean have re-defined luxury and comfort in their ships, and their huge ships are more like floating towns, with activities to suit everyone on board. Kids are looked after at the on-board clubs, while you enjoy the amenities aboard Freedom of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas, or any of their impressive fleet of ships. You’ll enjoy musicals and spectacular entertainment, on-board shopping, a wide choice of restaurants, pools, bars, and much more. There are even adult-only areas for when you need some peace and quiet. Royal Caribbean ships manage to fit in a huge number of facilities, so you might not want to step off the ship once you board.
Florida Masters offer a wide range of Royal Caribbean cruises, so you can pick the itinerary to suit you. Some of our most popular itineraries include the Western Caribbean, which includes Haiti and Jamaica, or the Eastern Caribbean which includes Nassau and St. Thomas. However, there are often options available such as taking Bahamas cruises from Miami or combining your trip with a stay in another city across the USA or Mexico.