Posted by: Andrew | May 1, 2009

Royal Caribbean has modified up coming Mariner of the Seas Itineraries

Royal Caribbean has announced itinerary modifications for the Mariner of the Seas because of the Swine Flu. Ports in Mexico have removed, so the cruise now sail as a Seven Night Pacific Coastal sailing roundtrip from Los Angeles. This will actually be a rare opportunity to experience this unique itinerary up the coast from California on a brilliant ship.

The May 10, 2009 Mexican Riviera Mariner of the Seas sailing will now have the following ports of call: Astoria, Oregon; Victoria, British Columbia; and Seattle, Washington.

On the May 3, May 24, May 31, June 7, and June 14 2009 Mexican Riviera Mariner of the Seas sailings will have the following ports of call: San Francisco, California; Victoria, British Columbia; and Seattle, Washington.

These are two great itineraries to experience on the Mariner of the Seas.

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  1. I AM WRITING AS I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE INTENARY OF THE MARINER OF THE SEA-LEAVING SAN PEDRO, ON THE MEXICAN RIVIERA –ON JULY 5th

    Thanks

    Jayne antes

    • Hi Jayne,

      This link should show you the details for the itinerary. Please give us a call if you have any questions or need further details. Thanks!

      http://www3.latesttraveloffers.com/ci/OfferDetail.asp?site=CPALWS&account=&PriceId=842053&SupplierId=352&SearchId=&ReferringType=66&ReferringId=&RefPriceCount=6&selSortResults=&TravelTypeSort=&UsePriceCurrencyCode=&agencyID=&aName=&aEmail=&emailID=

      Day Port Arrive Depart
      1 Los Angeles, California 5:00 PM
      2 Cruising
      3 Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 9:30 AM 6:00 PM
      4 Mazatlan, Mexico 8:00 AM 5:30 PM
      5 Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 8:00 AM 7:00 PM
      6 Cruising
      7 Cruising
      8 Los Angeles, California 7:00 AM
      Number of Nights: 7

      More Information
      # Staterooms
      # Food and Drink
      # Bars and Hot Spots
      # Activities
      # Spas, Sports and Shops
      7 Night Mexican Riviera Cruise

      Just south of the U.S. border lies a vibrant culture, world-class beaches, lush green rain forests, and vividly painted architecture that will dazzle your eyes. Whether your idea of adventure is exploring a colonial city or discovering the joys of a siesta on a white-sand beach, a Mexican cruise vacation is perfect for you.

      Prices are per-person based on double occupancy, unless otherwise noted.
      Mariner of The Seas Add Ship Review
      Guests on Mariner of the Seas experience one of the most exciting cruise ships ever built. With a total length of 1,020 feet, a weight of 138,000 tons and a capacity to hold 3,114 passengers, Mariner of the Seas has something for everyone. Part of the Voyager family of cruise ships, which represents the highest public space-per-guest ratio in the cruise market, this spectacular ship was designed with enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and state-of-the-art recreational facilities like a rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink and basketball court.

      Ship Highlights:

      # Ice-skating rink
      # Rock-climbing wall
      # In-line skating
      # Royal Promenade (open 24 hours)
      # Johnny Rockets® ’50s-style restaurant
      # Portofino Italian Restaurant
      # Café Promenade
      # Ben & Jerry’s® ice cream
      # Vintages wine bar
      # Boleros Latin-theme lounge
      # Themed bars and lounges
      # Casino RoyaleSM
      # Golf simulators
      # 9-hole miniature golf course
      # Adventure Ocean® youth facilities, including teen-only areas, Fuel and Living Room
      # ShipShape® Day Spa and Fitness Center
      # Full-size basketball court

      Ship Facts:

      # Maiden Voyage: November 16, 2003
      # Passenger Capacity: 3,114
      # Godmother: Jean Driscoll
      # Gross Tonnage: 138,000
      # Length: 1020′
      # Max Beam: 157.5′
      # Draft: 29′
      # Cruising Speed: 22 knots

      Conference Facilities:

      # Dedicated meeting space with breakout rooms and reception area to accommodate up to 400 people
      # Executive boardroom
      # High-tech presentation rooms
      # Color touch screens, wireless remote controls, teleconferencing equipment and more
      Deck Plans

      Deck Two

      # Deck Two
      # Deck Three
      # Deck Four
      # Deck Five
      # Deck Six
      # Deck Seven
      # Deck Eight
      # Deck Nine
      # Deck Ten
      # Deck Eleven
      # Deck Twelve
      # Deck Thirteen
      # Deck Fourteen

      Cabin Categories
      Category Type Price
      OS Owner’s Suite $3,399.00 (USD)
      GS Grand Suite $2,499.00 (USD)
      JS Junior Suite $1,329.00 (USD)
      D1 Balcony $962.00 (USD)
      D2 Balcony $924.00 (USD)
      D3 Balcony $908.00 (USD)
      E1 Balcony $893.00 (USD)
      F Outside Stateroom $847.00 (USD)
      E2 Balcony $829.00 (USD)
      I Outside Stateroom $770.00 (USD)
      N Inside Stateroom $623.00 (USD)
      deck image
      Royal Caribbean International
      We sail the globe. We’re used to thinking in epic proportions. Intriguing shows. Historic sites. And scenery no postcard could do justice. Sports, saunas and spa treatments. Fine dining and dancing.

      The list goes on and on.

      No one else sails as much of the world like Royal Caribbean. No wonder our thoughts about vacations are just a bit more far-reaching.

      Come walk on a glacier. Daydream under a Banyan tree. Spend the day in a centuries-old cathedral and dine that evening on pasta primavera. Try shopping on the Riviera, hiking in Scandinavia or jogging in the Alaskan mist. Watch the sun rise over the Atlantic and moon shine into the Pacific, all in one day.

      The choices are as limitless as the world all around. And yet, where you go is only the beginning of what our vacations include.

      No wonder people of every age and every background feel as though our vacations were created just for them. We think of everything, from romantic moonlight dances to family pizza parties, from outrageous comedy to fascinating history. You decide how to spend your time. After all, it’s your vacation. So come sail the globe with us. And find out how well-rounded a vacation really can be.

      Experience the Revolution when you sail
      Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines
      (Click on a price for additional details)
      Travel Date Range Price From Information
      Jun 28, 2009 – Jul 05, 2009 $785.00 Outside Stateroom – … View Details
      Jul 05, 2009 – Jul 12, 2009 $623.00 Inside Stateroom – Cat. N View Details
      Jul 12, 2009 – Jul 19, 2009 $897.00 Outside Stateroom – … View Details
      Jul 19, 2009 – Jul 26, 2009 $697.00 Inside Stateroom – Cat. L View Details
      Aug 02, 2009 – Aug 09, 2009 $626.00 Inside Stateroom – Cat. Q View Details
      Aug 09, 2009 – Aug 16, 2009 $616.00 Inside Stateroom – Cat. Q View Details
      Aug 16, 2009 – Aug 23, 2009 $623.00 Inside Stateroom – Cat. N View Details
      Aug 23, 2009 – Aug 30, 2009 $493.00 Inside Stateroom – Cat. Q View Details
      Aug 30, 2009 – Sep 06, 2009 $585.00 Inside Stateroom – Cat. Q View Details


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