The Serenade of the Seas made its inaugural call to the Port of Progreso, Yucatan, México, on Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas.
From its homeport in Tampa, Florida, the ship departed on a four-day roundtrip sailing, arriving in Progreso on Saturday, July 8.
During the traditional plaque exchange ceremony, Captain Stig Nielsen welcomed the port officials.
The Yucatan Tourism Board’s Technical Secretary Raul Paz Noriega, General Director of ASIPONA Progreso, Admiral Jorge Carlos Tobilla Rodriguez and Rodolfo Barron were among the Yucatan officials who visited the Serenade of the Seas and participated in the protoclarity plaque exchange.
As part of a four-day roundtrip voyage from Tampa, Florida on Saturday, August 5, the Serenade of the Seas will visit the Port of Progreso once again.
With its maiden voyage in August 2003, Serenade of the Seas entered service. With port visits to Key West, Florida, Cozumel, Mexico, Costa Maya, and Coco Cay, Bahamas, the Radiance Class ship now offers regular Caribbean sailings from Tampa, Florida. Each itinerary lasts four to six nights.
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