Published on : Friday, July 7, 2017
This luxurious 7-night cruise will set sail and visit some of the popular Caribbean destinations like Phillipsburg, St. Maarten, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas & Nassau and Bahamas. This luxurious voyage even includes NASA-approved sunglasses for safe and optimal viewing of the solar eclipse.
On 21st August 2017, the people of the United States of America will see the celestial phenomenon- a total solar eclipse. Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines is giving an opportunity to see the solar eclipse from the mid sea. The day will turn to night and nothing but the outermost part of the sun’s atmosphere, called the corona, shimmer in the clear sky.
Total Eclipse Cruise is also offering the eclipse party and the other recreational facilities to the guests and the company is seeking to make this event gala in human history. Total Eclipse Cruise will be the right cruise to view the solar eclipse. This solar eclipse will last for a few brief minutes along a narrow path. This is called the path of totality. The rest of the United States of America including Alaska and Hawaii will experience a partial solar eclipse. In the celestial history, a total solar eclipse hasn’t crossed U.S.A since 1918. Many ships and cruises are sailing to the Caribbean Sea along the projected path, which the stars are aligned.
From Total Eclipse Cruise by Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, one can get the slate of eclipse-themed activities, which includes the dance parties, trivia, lectures, interactive science fun for kids, and cocktails and innovative dishes, which will be only available on this cruise with names like the Cosmic Cosmo, Planetary Punch and Moon Pie.