Tuesday, June 29, 2004

TAMPA'S REALLY SMOKIN': Next winter, Royal Caribbean brings a bigger ship to the Port of Tampa, more than doubling its cruise traffic of late. In fact, passenger counts are up by 230 percent over the past five years. The 1,800-passenger Splendour of the Seas will sail seven-night western Caribbean itineraries from November to April, replacing the smaller Empress of the Seas, redeploying for Bermuda sailings out of New Jersey and Caribbean itineraries from San Juan. Tampa’s larger Vision-class ship, known for extensive use of glass, now has more whistles and bells including a rock-climbing wall. Arriving Nov. 27 after summer sailings from Barcelona, the ship will call at Grand Cayman, Costa Maya, Belize City and Cozumel. Among shore options are snorkeling with stingrays, off-roading in dune buggies, and kayaking the Belize River.


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