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Royal Caribbean’s Newest Cruise Ship Terminal Will Open This Fall

Royal Caribbean’s newest state-of-the-art cruise terminal will open later this year in Galveston, Texas as the cruise line brings one of the world’s largest cruise ships to Texas.

The $125 million cruise terminal will allow Royal Caribbean to homeport an Oasis class ship in Galveston for the first time.  The 170,000 sq. ft. building is 75% complete and is scheduled to open in November. The terminal will feature mobile check-in and facial recognition for a seamless arrival experience.

Allure of the Seas will sail seven night cruises to the Western Caribbean beginning on November 13, 2022. The cruise ship will also offer a few shorter four and five night cruises from Galveston as well.

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The week long cruises on Allure of the Seas will visit Cozumel, Costa Maya, and Roatan.  Each seven night cruise will also have three sea days.

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Royal Caribbean posted the following video showing a construction update on this new $125 million cruise terminal in Galveston that will open in November.

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