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Travel tips to help you prepare for your adventure.
- Consider packing your swimsuit, sandals, sunscreen, and maybe even a good book in your carryon so that you can enjoy a warm sunny day by the pool after you board the ship in Miami. Your checked bags will be delivered to your room later that evening.
- Download your complete packing guide here.
- Don’t forget to pack things like cash, cell phone chargers and your wallet. USD are accepted in all ports.
- When you’re onboard, the right look will vary by venue but below are a few types of suggested attire you’ll see, grouped by type.
- → Casual Attire: You’re on vacation – relax! Jeans, polos, sundresses and blouses are welcomed. Please keep swimwear to the Pool Deck. Shorts are welcomed for breakfast and lunch.
- → Smart Casual Attire: Dress to impress with collared shirts, dresses, skirts and blouses, or pantsuits. Jackets, sport coats and blazers are optional.
- → Formal Attire: Make it a night out in your best black-tie look – suits and ties, tuxedos, cocktail dresses or evening gowns.
- If you’re planning to visit the onboard fitness center, be sure to bring a set of workout clothes and shoes.
- If you’re planning to ice skate, please pack long pants and socks. All skaters are required to wear long pants and socks for your comfort and safety.
- Many countries in the Caribbean, prohibit wearing camouflage clothing or carrying camouflage bags. We recommend you avoid packing either of these.
- Passports are required so please make sure yours and your guests’ are up to date.
- Always keep your passport handy and secured and do NOT pack it in your checked bag. You will need it when boarding the ship in Miami.
- When departing Miami, don’t forget to put your cell phone in airplane mode if you don’t have an international plan.
- As you may have noticed during registration, we have made arrangements for you to see most of the shows onboard the ship. You do not need to sign up for these, simply show up at least 30 min before showtime to reserve your seat. Below is more information about each reserved show. You will also be able to find this information in other materials such as the travel guide you receive in your pre-trip packet a few weeks before the trip.
Monday, April 29, 10:30pm – 1:00am: Royal Caribbean’s Mamma Mia Show
Tuesday, April 30, 7:30pm – 8:00pm: Royal Caribbean’s OceanAria Aqua Show
Wednesday May 1, 9:00pm – 9:50pm: Royal Caribbean’s Headliner Show
Thursday May 2, 7:30pm – 8:30pm: Royal Caribbean’s Ice Games
Friday May 3, 9:00pm – 9:50pm: Royal Caribbean’s Blue Planet Show
The only show not listed here are the Comedy Shows. If you’d like to attend a Comedy Show or if you are unable to attend one of the showtimes above but would like to see them, we highly recommend making a reservation for them in advance. You will be able to do this after registration and once you’ve received your booking ID number.
Depending on the port, the average daytime high ranges from 82 to 90, with the average low between 70 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Please see below for more detailed weather information for each port.
Miami Average high: 85 Average low: 70
Current weather forecast – Miami
Nassau, Bahamas Average high: 82 Average low: 70
Current weather forecast – Nassau
Cozumel, Mexico Average high: 87 Average low: 73
Current weather forecast – Cozumel
Roatan, Honduras Average high: 90 Average low: 72
Current weather forecast – Roatan
Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico Average high: 88 Average low: 75
Current weather forecast – Costa Maya
*Please note, averages are given for April and May 2019.