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The Deep South with New York & Boston from Southampton

18 nights from £1499pp

  • 13 Nights Cruising on-Board Navigator of The Seas
  • FREE Louisiana Swamp tour
  • Overnight Hotel Stay in Miami
  • 3 Nights Central Hotel Stay in New Orleans
  • All Flights and Transfers Included

06 Nov 2017

The Deep South with New York & Boston from Southampton

Cruise Highlights

Royal Caribbean Cruises - Navigator of the Seas - 18 Nights - 06 Nov 2017

WHAT'S INCLUDED:
- 13 nights cruising on-Board Navigator of The Seas
- Overnight stay in Miami
- 3 nights central hotel stay in New Orleans
- FREE Louisiana Swamp Tour 
SHIP HIGHLIGHTS:
- Culinary Sensations Across 7 Restaurants
- Spectacular Poolside Al Fresco Movie Screen
- Surf Simulator, Ice Rink & Climbing Wall
- Sport Courts, Mini Golf & Relaxing Spa
- 24 Hour Room Service & Turn-down Service

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Your Itinerary

  •      

    06 Nov 17

         

          

    Embark Navigator of The Seas in Southampton for your 13 nights cruise.

             

  • 07-12 Nov 17

    Days at sea.

             

  • 13 Nov 17

    Boston, Massachusetts

    All who enter Boston should at least once walk the Freedom Trail: a 2.5 mile-long path touring visitors to 16 historic locations. Home to the Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins, it quickly becomes apparent that sport is the heart and soul of local life. That’s not to say there isn’t also a booming arts and architecture scene, Boston being dubbed the ‘Athens of America’ in the 19th century. 

                

  • 14-15 Nov 17

    New York City, New York

    If it’s your first time visiting the Big Apple, embrace being a typical sight-seer. The Empire State Building, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty attract millions of people yearly because they’re truly wonderful to behold. If you’re not an NYC newbie, explore its diverse neighbourhoods and find your way to one of the city’s endless bars or delis. 

            

  • 16-17 Nov 17

    Days at sea.

             

  • 18 Nov 17

    Port Canaveral, Florida

    One of the worlds bussiest ports, Port Canaveral lies central on Florida's east coast around 45 miles east of Orlando. Home to a plethora of world famous attractions boasting something to do for everyone, visit the Kennedy Space Center on Space Coast, or perhaps a day trip to one of Orland's world famous theme parks, Walt Disney World, Universal and Seaword just a short distance away. Port Canaveral is also know for its vast marine life including the likes of manatees, dolphin, and as a nesting area for loggerhead sea turtles. 

           

  • 19 Nov 17

    Miami, Florida

    To many, Miami is the definition of glamour: her streets filled with celebrities and models, her shopping and nightlife scenes that of legend, and her brooding blood-orange sunsets are a delight to behold. 

           

    Disembark Navigator of The Seas in Miami and receive private transfer to hotel for your overnight stay. 

             

  • 20 Nov 17

    Fly from Miami to New Orleans and receive transfer from airport to hotel for your 3 nights stay.

           

  • 21 Nov 17

    INCLUDED: FREE Louisiana Swamp Tour
    Delve into the fascinating history of the Creole and Cajun cultures, an important part of the patchwork of peoples that characterise South Louisiana. With this tour of the Belled to Bayous Plantation/Swamp you will learn a great deal more about this region.
    * Visit to the oldest documented French Colonial style house
    * Wander around the wildlife refuge of the Manchac Swamp

           

  • 22 Nov 17

    INCLUDED: FREE Daytime Jazz Cruise with Lunch

    Soar through the fascinating history of New Orleans and discover one of the most diverse and interesting cities of the United States. 

           

  • 23 Nov 17

    Receive transfer from hotel to airport for your overnight flight to the UK.

           

  • 24 Nov 17

    Arrive in the UK.

           

Highlights

  • Louisiana Swamp Tour

    Louisiana Swamp Tour

    Delve into the fascinating history of the Creole and Cajun cultures, an important part of the patchwork of peoples that characterise South Louisiana. With this tour of the Belled to Bayous Plantation/Swamp you will learn a great deal more about this region. HIGHLIGHTS: * Visit to the oldest documented French Colonial style house * Wander around the wildlife refuge of the Manchac Swamp * Set eyes upon the historical boundary between the lands of Great Britain and Spain If you want to become familiar with some of the intricacies of the cultures that compose South Louisiana, this is the ideal tour for learning all there is to know about the Creole and Cajun people. 

  • Miami

    Miami

    To many, Miami is the definition of glamour: her streets filled with celebrities and models, her shopping and nightlife scenes that of legend, and her brooding blood-orange sunsets are a delight to behold. 

        

  • New York

    If it’s your first time visiting the Big Apple, simply embrace being a typical sight-seer. The Empire State Building, Central Park and the Statue of Liberty attract millions of people yearly because they’re truly wonderful to behold. If you’re not an NYC newbie, explore its diverse neighbourhoods and find your way to one of the city’s endless bars or delis.

Your Ship

Navigator of the Seas

Navigator of the Seas

Aboard Navigator of the Seas you’ll get to see the best of the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas in total comfort and with endless entertainment on hand. Adults will find plenty of pleasure in good food and wine in the wide choice of restaurants, themed bars and lounges, and – if you’re feeling lucky – the Casino Royale. Bringing the family along? On board Explorer of the Seas you can all enjoy watching each other fall over on the ice rink and inline skating track, and the kids get their own full days of fun at Adventure Ocean® with its teen-only areas and clubs for kids of the same age. For more thrills on Explorer of the Seas you can try our rock climbing wall, play a game of basketball on our full-size court. Or just lie out on deck and soak up the sun. It’s perfect.

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Package fares from £pp

  • Inside

    £1499pp

  • Outside

    £1649pp

  • Balcony

    £1799pp

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