For the first time in over a decade, Royal Caribbean® is back in the City of Angels, offering 3- and 4-night cruises from the West Coast to two top-rated vacation destinations in the Channel Islands and along the Baja Coast — Catalina and Ensenada. You can get excited about the ship you’ll be sailing on too. Designed to deliver wow-worthy weekends, the Amplified Navigator of the Seas® offers endless ways to fill every moment onboard with fun.
The best part about setting sail on a Catalina Island cruise or Ensenada, Mexico cruise is that all of these short sailings squeeze in plenty of captivating scenery, unique activities and epic fun in the sun. Whether you’re traveling with your best friends, your significant other or your little ones, these are just some of the top experiences you can look forward to on the best weekend cruises from Los Angeles.
The Amplified Navigator of the Seas® is home to a newly redesigned resort-style pool deck that’s perfect for soaking up the sunshine on short cruises from Los Angeles. With double the surface area, the pool offers plenty of room to lounge and swim. Not to mention, the hot tubs are now located on the top deck, so you can enjoy endless views of the Baja coast and Mexican Riviera as you unwind. What’s more, no matter where you choose to kick back onboard, you’re never far from your go-to vacation cocktails — thanks to a new signature bar called The Lime and Coconut℠. By day, this three-level hangout is the ultimate spot to sip tropical drinks, all your favorite wines and ice-cold brews. At night, it turns into an island-inspired lounge with live music.
Whether you’re looking to spend a few days unwinding on some of the West Coast’s best beaches or want to fill every moment with new discoveries, cruises from Los Angeles onboard Navigator of the Seas® offer the perfect mix of sun-soaked relaxation and bold, adrenaline-amping thrills. Remember that these are just some of the many experiences you can look forward to onboard and onshore. If you haven’t already booked your 3- or 4-night cruise from LA, explore open sailings here.