Royal Caribbean International's Vision of the Seas will arrive in Los Angeles on September 28 to offer seven-night Mexican Riviera itineraries. Vision will be the cruise line's second ship in the market, joining Monarch of the Seas, which offers year-round, three- and four-night Baja Mexico cruises.
"We are very excited to offer two great cruise vacation options - week-long vacations on Vision of the Seas and shorter getaways aboard Monarch of the Seas
- from a port that is so convenient for many travelers from the western United States," said Dan Hanrahan, senior vice president, Marketing and Sales, for Royal Caribbean International. "Both options give cruisers
a chance to explore Mexico, while also enjoying the full slate of activities and outstanding entertainment and service onboard these beautiful ships."
At 78,491 tons, Vision of the Seas is 915 ft. long and holds 2,000 guests double occupancy.