Royal Caribbean’s 2020 Europe has first Voyager-class ship in Baltic

These extend from Italy and Israel to the British Isles and the Arctic Circle.

Brilliance of the Seas will make a round-trip from Ravenna to become a new home port for the line to replace Venice in 2021, and Voyager of the Seas will be the first Voyager-class ship to operate in the Baltic Sea. Anthem, Allure and Odyssey of the Seas, which debut Royal Caribbean’s second Quantum Ultra ship in 2021, will return to their respective home ports in Southampton, Barcelona and Civitavecchia (Rome).

From Italy

Odyssey will return to Civitavecchia for seven- and nine-day cruises to the Greek islands and Turkey, as well as 12-day cruises in the Holy Land. New in 2022, the itineraries of the Holy Land will include Limassol in Crete.

From Ravenna, Brilliance will embark on a seven-night cruise to Greece and Croatia.

From Spain

The Oasis class returns to Barcelona with seven-night Allure cruises in the western Mediterranean, including late nights in Civitavecchia, Naples and Livorno. Round-trip flights from Civitavecchia are also available.

Vision of the Seas will introduce new eight-night cruises in the western Mediterranean for the summer and add shorter five-night crossings for the fall months from September 2022. The ship will visit the French Riviera, including Toulon and Monte Carlo, as well as Italy’s Cagliari, Sardinia and Palermo, Sicily.

Great Britain and the Baltic Sea

Voyager’s first Northern Europe season includes seven, ten and eleven night adventures on the tour of Copenhagen (May to June and August) and Stockholm (July). Destinations are the Norwegian fjords and overnight stays in St. Petersburg.

Jewel of the Seas will launch a new route in September 2022. The 9- and 10-day Open Jaw cruises between Tarragona, Spain and Piraeus visit Katakolon, Santorini, Monte Carlo, the Amalfi Coast and the French Riviera, among others.

Before repositioning in Tarragona, Jewel offers a varied mix of 12-day itineraries from Amsterdam to destinations such as Iceland, the British Isles, the Arctic Circle and the Norwegian fjords.

Options for seven to 14 nights

Anthem will arrive in Southampton for the second year in a row in May 2022 and will undertake a variety of cruises of seven, twelve and 14 nights to Northern Europe or the Iberian Peninsula, the Western Mediterranean and the Canary Islands.

Seven-night cruises visit the Norwegian coast and Spain, while twelve-night cruises to the Canary Islands stop in Vigo, Spain. Lisbon and Madeira, Portugal; as well as Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Tenerife in the Canary Islands.

Travelers can also escape to the Mediterranean on a 14-day cruise that includes Nice, Civitavecchia, Naples, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, and Lisbon.

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