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Wednesday,  April 17, 2024 5:20 PM 

Margaritaville at Sea unveils Islander's 7 new itineraries

  • Cruises
  •   03-22-2024  8:11 am
  •   Pax Global Media

Margaritaville at Sea unveils Islander's 7 new itineraries
Margaritaville at Sea's Islander. (Supplied)
Pax Global Media

Margaritaville at Sea unveiled seven new itineraries and four new ports of call for 2025 aboard the Islander, making its maiden voyage in June from Port Tampa Bay.

In addition to the current four- and five-night cruises to Key West, Cozumel and Progreso, passengers can now book six- and seven-night voyages in 2025 to the island hot spots of Belize, Jamaica and Grand Cayman, with stops in Key West and Mexico.

“These longer sails and captivating new ports of call will deliver entirely new experiences for our guests seeking the ultimate in adventure and relaxation,” said Christopher Ivy, CEO of Margaritaville at Sea. “More days at sea also means plenty of time to explore all the Islander has to offer, from brand new entertainment and food and beverage options to exciting amenities and venues.”

The new Margaritaville at Sea Islander will span 12 passenger decks accommodating 2,650 passengers.

Margaritaville at Sea is currently redesigning all 1,100 of Islander’s staterooms, including Grand Terrace Suites, Corner Suites and Islander Suites.

The ship will feature a 14-story atrium with a nautical Margaritaville flip-flop and an atrium bar with three multi-story floating margarita glass chandeliers.

Other amenities include a three-story poolside LandShark Bar at Sea and a Margaritaville-inspired cornhole and mini-golf course, as well as new family-friendly spaces like the Caribbean Amphibian Splash and Slide.

Dining options include JWB Prime Steakhouse and Rita’s Taco House.

Margaritaville at Sea Islander's first available sailing will be June 14 on a 4-night itinerary from Port Tampa Bay in Florida, featuring a stop in Cozumel, Mexico, and two sea days.

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