Royal Caribbean will base Wonder of the Seas in Port Canaveral from November 2022 to April 2023

The world’s largest cruise ship will call at Port Canaveral and central Florida next winter.

Royal Caribbean has announced that the soon-to-launch Wonder of the Seas will be based in Port Canaveral between November 2022 and April 2023.

From Port Canaveral, Wonder of the Seas will offer crossings to the Eastern Caribbean, including stops at Perfect Day in CocoCay.

The cruise line has said new crossings will open later today.

Wonder of the Seas was already scheduled to spend the summer of 2022 in Europe, and at the end of its season there, it will move to Port Canaveral to begin its winter season from Florida.

Wonder of the Seas is finalizing the construction process ahead of its March 2022 debut in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Wonder of the Seas’ inaugural sailing is scheduled for March 2022. Wonder will spend a few months in South Florida before heading to Europe in May 2022.

Wonder of the Seas is the fifth Oasis-class cruise ship and will carry the world’s largest cruise ship to Symphony of the Seas on its debut.

Wonder weighs 236,857 gross tons, is 1,188 feet long, and has a maximum capacity of 6,988 passengers, in addition to 2,300 crew members.

In fact, Wonder has 100 more cabins than Symphony of the Seas.

Another difference between the Wonder of the Seas and other Oasis-class ships is the addition of an eighth quarter to provide a private suite aboard the ship. It will include an exclusive terrace with its own swimming pool, bar and plenty of sun loungers, as well as lounging areas.

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