Royal Caribbean International canceled five 2021 cruises on the Liberty of the Seas to accommodate an extended drydock.

The scheduled drydock is part of the line’s $1 billion Royal Amplification fleet enhancement program that spans 10 ships over four years and includes the Freedom class of ships, of which the Liberty, built in 2007, is a part of. The line’s Oasis of the Seas recently completed its upgrade under the program.

The ship’s cancellations begin with a Feb. 14, 2021, sailing. Royal said that all passengers have been informed and that it is offering them alternative cruises. The other affected sailings were to have departed on Feb. 21 and 28 and March 7 and 14.


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