New Galveston Cruise Terminal & Allure of the Seas

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Royal Caribbean Construction Update: The Final Countdown to the New Galveston Cruise Terminal & Allure of the Seas

November 2022 – The world’s first zero-energy cruise terminal, Royal Caribbean’s $125 million facility in Galveston, Texas, is days away from completion. The 161,334-square-foot facility opens this month, welcoming Allure of the Seas – the first Oasis Class ship and the largest to call Texas home – ahead of its first sailing on Nov. 13, 2022.

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