Three weeks ago, Royal Caribbean announced that they would be offering cruises out of Los Angeles in 2022 for the first time in ten years.
Now, the cruise line will sail from the port sooner than expected and Navigator of the Seas will begin sailing from Los Angeles later this year.
The cruise ship will sail a variety of cruises to Mexico starting in November 2021. The new itineraries open for bookings on April 12, 2021.
Navigator of the Seas will sail three, four, and seven night cruises. Port stops include Ensenada, Cabo, and Catalina Island. The week long holiday sailings will include an overnight port stop.
Navigator of the Seas had a $115 million overhaul in 2019 that turned the cruise ship into the ultimate vacation playground.
The transformed 3,386 guest ship debuts bold, new adventures and Royal Caribbean favorites for all ages, like The Blaster, the longest aqua coaster at sea; Riptide, the industry’s only head-first mat racer waterslide; a reimagined poolscape infused with Caribbean vibes; To Dry For, the first standalone blow-dry bar at sea; and elevated dining and nightlife.