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7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    CocoCay
  • Day 3
    Cruising
  • Day 4
    St. Thomas
  • Day 5
    St. Maarten
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Cruising
  • Day 8
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Harmony of the Seas

Harmony of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

You'll love Harmony of the Seas if you like big ships -- Harmony is one of the biggest cruise ships in the world -- packed with limitless entertainment, bars, shops, restaurants and outstanding kids' facilities.

Harmony is not for you if you crave a quiet, small-ship experience and want a kids-free cruise environment.


Cruise Reviews

1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
We chose this cruise because we wanted to check out the ship. We always purchase the drink package and three dinner specialty dining package. With those packages, our cruise is paid in full minus gratuities. We always leave an ... Read More
We chose this cruise because we wanted to check out the ship. We always purchase the drink package and three dinner specialty dining package. With those packages, our cruise is paid in full minus gratuities. We always leave an additional tip when visiting the specialty restaurants because service is top notch. This cruise we didn't enjoy the food at Jaime's but the service was great. We had a terribly meal at Chop's, which was a first for us, but they had us back for free on another night and the food was terrific. For reference, we have been on over 10 RC cruises and have never had a bad meal at Chop's. We were a group of four and sides were forgotten, steaks were all cooked incorrectly, shrimp was overdone and tasted like rubber and the sides we did receive were cold. They made it right and I am happy they did because we'll continue to eat at Chop's. RC, PLEASE play some music in the Solarium....for goodness sake, there are no kids so you can go all in and, instead, there is NO music. It sucks! Also, PLEASE do something about your pizza. It's terrible and since it is the only late night food available other than room service, it impacts us party cruisers greatly! Do go to the Vitality Spa and enjoy the smoothies and juices. I didn't care for the smoothie I got there but the juices were incredible. I started every day with one! Breakfasts are pretty bad on this ship too but the Windjammer staff was great and I always found someone to bring me a mimosa. My favorite breakfast on the ship was a pineapple, strawberry, cucumber and mint juice and a mimosa (while my husband had weird eggs). Must check out the tutti salad lunch on sea days in the main dining room...only runs from 11:45-1:15. They have the best desserts and buffet on the ship. They always had a flavorful curry and the caramel cake is to DIE for! Flan was good here too. No pool in the Solarium on this ship, a little disappointing and no music, as stated earlier. Loved the casino on this ship....the bartenders and the drink runners are all fantastic. Won bucks on the slots and tables here, which is always fun. The red party and white party were just okay. Karaoke is fun and the band Temperatures at Dazzles was fantastic!! Our favorite bars were Rising Tide and Trellis (went here every day for a before dinner drink). Oh, the specialty dining 150 was GREAT!!! That was my favorite specialty dining spot. The grey goose martini, bread, entree were the best. The fried cheesecake was off but not terrible. Give Harmony a shot! We all had a great time. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: April 2019
Just completed my ninth cruise overall and my first as a solo cruiser. Was very disappointed at the solo gathering. No one showed up the first gathering. At the the first solo and and single lunch two other people showed up (Roy and ... Read More
Just completed my ninth cruise overall and my first as a solo cruiser. Was very disappointed at the solo gathering. No one showed up the first gathering. At the the first solo and and single lunch two other people showed up (Roy and Sara). Sara was delightful. Never say Roy again. This Asthmatic hated the smoking in the Casino. This is a problem across all Cruise Lines (except Disney (no Casino)). Royal Caribbean is a more laid back atmosphere that Holland America. I believe they are trying to compete with Carnival. The food (in the main dining room) and entertainment is on par with Carnival. If you can afford it, I recommend that you buy the Key package (to get reserved seating section at the shows and the Speciality Dining package. Recommended Shows: The Fine Line (Aqua Show) Headliners: Revoiced Columbus the Musical Was turned off by the hard sell tactics after my massage. Not going to book spa treatments anymore on any future cruises, The beverage packages were a nice feature on Royal Caribbean, I would have liked to have had that on other cruise lines. Bottom Line: If you want a ver casual cruising environment, Royal Caribbean is recommended. If you're looking for something a little more elegant, try a different Cruise Line. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
What a great ship, this was our second time on Harmony and she continues to impress. This time around we opted for the 9 night itinerary and I don't know how we can ever go back to a 7 night cruise. One of the reasons Harmony ... Read More
What a great ship, this was our second time on Harmony and she continues to impress. This time around we opted for the 9 night itinerary and I don't know how we can ever go back to a 7 night cruise. One of the reasons Harmony continues to impress is the staff, the ship is great don't get me wrong but the staff from Captain Johnny, Mark the cruise director to our cabin steward and everyone else was great. We stayed in a Grand Suite which was perfect for three people, plenty of storage space and lots of room in the cabin. One of the perks of being in a suite was that we get access to Coastal Kitchen which was fantastic, Aysun the manager and the entire staff was very helpful and extremely friendly, the food was great, quite a few steps up from the dining room. We also dined at Park 150, Chop's and Jaime's which were fantastic as well, absolutely no complaints about the dining. The only entertainment we watched was the aqua-theater, comedian and the magician and all were great. We didn't attend Grease because we have seen it before and I find it to be to long of a show. The night life on the ship was okay but the nightclub almost never opened before 11pm and by the time it did open it wasn't very lively. On this 9 night itinerary we went to Nassau, St. Thomas, St Maarten, San Juan and Labadee. Nassau is nothing special, you can walk the downtown in an hour, and Atlantis is extremely overpriced, $200 to enjoy the water park is a bit steep. In St. Thomas we walked the downtown on our own which is always nice but you can see that not all of the stores have reopened after the hurricane. In St. Maarten we decided to book an excursion to Maho beach so we can watch the planes fly overhead, this is my only complaint about the entire cruise, the tour was advertised as being 4 1/2 from the time you leave the pier until they drop you back off at the ship. The entire excursion took us 6 1/2 hour leaving us no time to see anything else in St Maarten which happens to be my favorite of all the ports. The two extra hours were due to lots of traffic and our tour operator not being in any rush to get back. Maho Beach, the beach itself was overly crowded making it almost impossible to navigate around so we decided to grab a table at the restaurant to enjoy some drinks and watch the planes until we were rudely told that if we were not eating we could not sit at a table, we took a look at the menu and everything was extremely overpriced so we went to the outdoor bar instead, again at the bar everything was overpriced 2 mojitos and a pina colada was $30.00 and it didn't contain much alcohol, the entire experience felt like I was in a tourist trap. In San Juan we booked a city tour with a stop at the mall, the city tour was great, we learned a lot about Puerto Rico's vast history the stop at the mall was nothing special but I definitely recommend a city tour. We also walked around Old San Juan which is beautiful. In Labadee we kept it simple and spent the day at the beach, Barefoot Beach which is only for suite guest was beautiful, not crowded with plenty of chairs, access to the beach, its own bar, buffet and restrooms so we had no need to leave. The ship overall was great, we had no complaints about the ship, the service and the crew. One thing that continues to bother me though is the drink package policies enacted by RCCL. For those that don't know, if you plan on purchasing a drink package everyone in your cabin must purchase one as well, whether it be an alcohol package or soda package. I know the cruise line is trying to prevent people from abusing the package but when you book a suite you have access to The Suite Lounge and Coastal Kitchen were drinks are already provided so it seems a bit redundant to make everyone purchase the package if you're in a suite. Read Less
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