Great news for MICE planners! Royal Caribbean’s 3,114-passenger Mariner of the Seas is leaving Asia and returning to the United States to homeport in Miami.  And more great news: Mariner of the Seas’ new short cruises to Bahamas are perfect for meetings & incentives!  This will be the first Voyager-class ship (famous for introducing first-at-sea innovations including a rock-climbing wall and Studio B ice skating rink) – to offer 3 & 4-night Caribbean sailings.

Studio B Ice Skating Rink has 815 seats and can be used for meetings & private events

A Perfect Ship for Meetings and Incentives

The Mariner of the Seas offers a variety of meeting spaces and conference rooms packed with multimedia technology – from podiums, speakers and microphones to plasma screen TVs, LCD projectors, and rapid-speed Wi-Fi. And with 10 dining venues plus 17 bars, clubs and lounges, there’s no shortage of space to entertain and delight your attendees.

The ship will undergo an extensive, 32-day revitalization before beginning the 3 & 4-night itineraries from Miami to the Bahamas in June 2018.

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