Cruise line Royal Caribbean recently announced that they will begin offering Mexico cruises starting on 2022 after moving back to the west coast later this year.
The cruises will vary in length, featuring three- and four-night cruises with calls on Ensenada and Catalina Island; five-night cruises visiting Cabo San Lucas; and seven-night sailings with calls in Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Cabo San Lucas.
This will be the first time the cruise line has based a ship in California since 2011, when Pacific cruises were canceled due to violence in Mexico.
“California was calling us home once again, and what better way to reintroduce Royal Caribbean than to bring our next-level cruise vacations to the City of Angels and make it a year-round adventure starting just in time for summer,” Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said in a statement.
Source: Vallarta Daily