For the first time in quite a while, two Royal Caribbean ships visited Port Canaveral.
Allure of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas each stopped in Port Canaveral this week for short resupply visits.
Allure of the Seas came into port first on Monday and docked at Terminal 1.
Photos by Paul Crow
Explorer of the Seas arrived in Port Canaveral on Thursday.
Photos by Twangster
Royal Caribbean did not disclose the purpose of the visits, but the safe bet is for resupply.
Throughout the cruise industry shutdown, cruise ships have made periodic visits to select ports to offload waste and bring on new supplies.
In North America, Royal Caribbean has primarily relied on PortMiami for these visits. Other ports of resupply have included Barbados, Southampton and St. Kitts.
Both Explorer of the Seas and Allure of the Seas recently made the transatlantic crossing after spending their summer in Europe in warm lay up.
Both ships were also in Europe primarily to receive Royal Amplifications in 2020, but those plans had to be postponed until further notice due to the cruise line's current financial situation.