Vision of the Seas: 12-Night Transatlantic Cruise from Barcelona to Florida in an Exterior Cabin for €434 pp in November

vision of the seas solarium pool deck

Royal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas will sail from Barcelona, Spain to Fort Lauderdale in the USA in November. After stopping in Malaga, Cartagena in mainland Spain and in the Canary Islands, the ship will spend the next few days at sea before reaching Fort Lauderdale. After a huge price drop, you can now get an exterior cabin for only £389 (~€450) per person!

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All guests over the age of 12 must have been fully vaccinated at least 14 days before the ship departs.

The price includes full board, taxes and fees. However, you’ll need to pay gratuities and optional expenses such as internet access or speciality restaurants. Tipping on Royal Caribbean can be automated or manual. You can adjust your tip rate, tip individual workers, or cancel the tip if you’re not satisfied with the service. The automated service charge is US$174 (~€168) per person for this cruise.

£780 (~€903) for 2 passengers in an exterior cabin

The Route

The cruise starts in Barcelona, Spain and ends in Fort Lauderdale in the USA.

  • November 4: Barcelona, Spain (18:00)
  • November 5: Cartagena, Spain (11:00-19:00)
  • November 6: Málaga, Spain (08:00-17:00)
  • November 7: At sea
  • November 8: Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands), Spain (09:00-17:00)
  • November 9-15: At sea
  • November 16: Fort Lauderdale, USA (08:00)

The Ship

Old, but gold: 724 staff look after the 2,000+ guests on the Vision class’s name giver, Vision of the Seas. Commissioned in 1998, the ship has a length of 279 meters and a width of 32 metres. Although the small size will not bore you: on top of the theatre, jacuzzis, pools, fitness centre, spa, and jogging track, there’s also a rock climbing wall, daily entertainment and many other exciting things to do.

Here are the cabins:

You can watch a video of the ship:

Flights

We suggest arriving for cruises a day earlier, so you won’t miss the ship if something bad happens.

Getting to Barcelona is easy: budget airlines like Ryanair, Wizz Air, easyJet and Vueling operate cheap flights to airports all over Europe starting at €5. You can use our search box below to find flights from your preferred departure airport.

Getting back to Europe is a little more difficult. You could fly Air Transat to Lisbon for €279 and then connect to a low-cost airline.

Cover Picture: © Royal Caribbean International

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