Expedia’s website says that the company’s first cruise from Miami to the Bahamas is scheduled to take place this year, but you may have to wait until next year.
That cruise is the Gulf of Mexico’s first Caribbean cruise.
The Gulf of Miami is the largest cruise ship in the world, and according to Expedia, its first cruise will take place on January 14, 2021, at a cost of $7,800.
You’ll be staying in the luxury Gulf of Oman with your family and friends, and you’ll have the opportunity to explore the Caribbean on the ship.
But Expedia says you’ll need to be at least 18 years old to book the Gulf.
That cruise will be the first time a cruise from the Caribbean has taken place.
In 2016, Expedia said it was going to take its first Caribbean tour, and it will again be sailing from Miami on January 16, 2021.
But you’ll only be able to book this year’s cruise on Expedia if you have a reservation for a Gulf cruise.
“Due to the significant increase in demand, the current booking policy is being changed to include this date,” the company said in a statement.
“As a result, we are making an adjustment to the current Gulf cruise booking policy, and expect to have this date booked in February.”
If you don’t have a booking yet, Exp.com is offering a two-week free trial, and that will allow you to book a Gulf Cruise, or any other Caribbean cruise, at an additional cost.
The company says it is offering the two-month trial as a way to get you started.
It says the two weeks will be “short enough to get the most out of the booking, but long enough to make sure the boat is ready for you and your family.”
But it’s a good time to plan ahead.
The Gulf of the Caribbean cruise will likely be the last one Expedia does this year.