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RCCL will have to have a hand in building new ports that will accomodate these megaships if they want to maintain clientele. The drawback is they go to fewer places and the same old worn out itineraries. It's getting old. I would welcome South America or Med, but definitely not the same old St Thomas, St Marteen, Cozumel, Labadee and Jamaica.......yuk mon!
Big Red Boat 1989 Bahamas
Princess Dawn 1999 Alaska
Carnival Triumph 2001 Eastern Car
Carnival Facination 2002 Western Car
Navigator of Seas 2005 Eastern Car
Liberty of Seas 2007 Western Car
Freedom 6-14-2009 Eastern Car
Intineraries for RCCL Oasis and Allure of the Seas
I agree with the previous poster. I wish there were other ports to visit on these Megaships. We've been on the Mariner of the Seas three times already. I was very reluctant to book a cruise on the Freedom of the Seas or Independence of the Seas because of this. Now we've basically got the same choices for the Allure and the Oasis. Tempting though, cause I'd love to see this ship, looks amazing.
The first time on these Eastern and Western intereraries is great fun and we just love the big ships, the bigger the better. Problem is we're tired of the same old stops.