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Royal Caribbean International U. S. Pacific Coast Cruises

Royal Caribbean’s Pacific Coast cruises are a great way to see North America. You’ll travel to diverse ports that offer everything from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to the serenity of wine country. Ports in Mexico offer a lively Latin flavor, while across the Northern border in Canada you’ll have lots of green space to explore. Along the way you’ll meet friendly people from diverse backgrounds, all offering a different perspective on life along the Pacific Ocean. Hop aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise for the chance to sail along the Pacific coast.  


Things to Do on a U.S. Pacific Coast Cruise with Royal Caribbean


Pack your shades because the Pacific Coast is a seriously cool place to visit. You’ll cruise to low key sites like pubs in Oregon or elegant gardens in British Columbia, and you’ll also have the chance to let loose at a fiesta in Ensenada, Mexico. Featured below are some of the best ways to spend your time cruising the Pacific Coast with Royal Caribbean:



Royal Caribbean view from Astoria, Oregon
  • Astoria Ale Trail (Astoria, Oregon)
    You’ll get a true taste of Oregon on this excursion that takes you to three bars where special beers are being brewed and served. You’ll have the chance to try ales with ingredients like lemongrass, chipotle peppers and strawberries.




Royal Caribbean twilight at Ensenada harbor in Mexico
  • La Bufadora and Mexican Folkloric Fiesta (Ensenada, Mexico)
    La Bufadora is a blowhole that shoots water out of crevices in a cliff. After viewing this interesting natural phenomenon, head to a party where a mariachi band plays while singers and dancers perform in colorful costumes. Continue exploring Ensenada while local artisans display their wares.




Royal Caribbean Avalon Bay of Catalina Island, California
  • Catalina Kayak Expedition (Catalina Island, California)
    Paddle along kelp forests and see lots of interesting fish swim by as you kayak in the ocean off the Catalina coast. You’ll stop for a snack on a frog rock and learn about Catalina Island’s history, including its geology to its ecology.




Royal Caribbean Sausalito waterfront of San Francisco Bay, California
  • Alcatraz Island and Sausalito (San Francisco, California)
    Board a ferry to Alcatraz, the island famous for the prison previously operated here for decades. You’ll tour the former prison and then take a ride under the Golden Gate Bridge. Continue your excursion on a drive to Sausalito, an artsy town filled with galleries and craft shops.




Royal Caribbean Butchart Gardens in Victoria, Canada
  • Chinese Lantern Walk at Butchart Gardens and City Lights (Victoria, British Columbia)
    Walk through the enchanting Butchart Gardens at night with a battery operated Chinese lantern. Your visit will include a talk about the history of the gardens. This is a great way to see this beautiful landmark in a new light.




Royal Caribbean beach at sunset in Malibu, California
  • Beachfront Santa Monica, Malibu and Beverly Hills (Los Angeles, California)
    Stroll along Rodeo Drive, one of the most luxurious shopping streets in all of America. Next you’ll visit Santa Monica and its pier that doubles as an amusement park. This is the perfect spot to bask in the California sunshine.



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Royal Caribbean International U. S. Pacific Coast Departure Ports

Learn more about the different departure ports for a U.S. Pacific Coast cruise with Royal Caribbean. Your Royal Caribbean U.S. Pacific Coast cruise could leave from any of the following cities:

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