As you can imagine, with so many ships in Royal Caribbean’s fleet, and many more coming, the possibilities of destinations is endless.
Royal’s ships will have a base in almost every corner of the world. Now traveling to far off destinations is made easier with a trusted brand in mind.
Royal Caribbean prides itself in anticipating their guest’s wishes for newer ships, more itineraries, as well a keeping crowd favorites, such as Chop’s Grill in the entire fleet.
With this new announcement, Royal has kept multiple ships to continue the voyages in demand, as well as circulating Seasonal ships into new destinations.
Some ships, such as the Harmony of the Seas will be newly introduced as she will find her home port, while others, such as the Vision and the Rhapsody will bring unique itineraries not normally offered to different parts of the world.
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Cruises in Europe
One of the hottest destinations will be Europe next year, as many of the Royal Caribbean ships will have a presence there.
Keep an eye on their itineraries, as they go far beyond the standard Mediterranean courses.
Many will visit the far islands off the coast of Spain while others the British Isles.
Canada and New England
In addition to the Anthem, the Grandeur and Serenade of the Seas will explore the New England area as well as into Canada.
The Vision and Radiance class ships respectively are much more intimate and relaxed than the larger ships on the fleet for those looking for less crowds.
Both ships have been updated in 2012 to incorporate the features of the newer ships to attract children and adults of all ages.
Transatlantic and Transpacific Voyagers
As you can see, the most popular ship transitions are over the Atlantic. With many ships to chose from, both brand new and those favored by Royal Caribbean guests for many years, there are plenty of options.
As many do, you can extend your land vacation pre or post cruise since most days will be at sea during these voyages.
For those who enjoy the yearly Transatlantic voyages will surely appreciate the Transpacific voyages offered in the Spring of 2016.
Since the sailings are lengthier, they can be shortened to the hallway point of Hawaii for those conscious on dates.
For those world travelers who have seen and done it all, this Spring 2016 Transpacific voyage is sure to excite anyone!
Departing from Australia and arriving in Washington State, it is the small stops in between that are truly magnificent.
With ports of calls such as Vanuatu and New Caledonia, mass cruise ships rarely make it to these exotic islands. Crowd favorites such as Fiji and Hawaii are also featured in this spectacular voyage.
Harmony of the Seas
The newest ship to be debuted next year will be the Harmony of the Seas, an Oasis class ship.
She will be slightly different than her sisters with a few elements of the Quantum class, such as the Bionic Bar, and a couple of entirely new additions, such as three large waterslides spanning a few decks.
Once the Harmony completes its voyages in the Mediterranean, she will find her home port of Ft. Lauderdale in the Fall of 2016.
The new ship will alternate itineraries with her sister, the Allure, in the Caribbean.
Ovation of the Seas
Another new ship joining the Royal fleet is the new Quantum class ship, the Ovation of the Seas.
True to it’s name, it will feature the best of the best from its brand, from entertainment to ship features and of course dining.
She will begin her Spring arrival with a focus on France, Belgium and Spain.
For those looking for a once in a lifetime cruising experience, the 52 Night Global Odyssey is your answer.
Aboard the newest ship, you will have the experience of sailing through the Mediterranean, Middle East, India, Southeast Asia before rounding off in China.
You of course always have the option of booking sections of this cruise as well.
Allure of the Seas
Allure of the Seas will return to her roots in Ft. Lauderdale with a few changes in her usual itineraries.
She will alternate between 5, 7 and 10 day departures to suit each of her eager guests.
Recently upgraded, even past guests will be thrilled with the updates in each of the neighborhoods. Serving the Bahamas and Caribbean, the Allure of the Seas will cater to tried and true fans of the ship.
Oasis of the Seas
The original Oasis of the Seas will find it’s new home in none other than Port Canaveral!
This is a huge step for the port, which has been gradually expanding in the last several years to welcome one of the largest ships into its home.
For some, it is an easier commute to the port and others a much more relaxed city to depart from.
Anthem of the Seas
One of the newest ships in the fleet, the Anthem of the Seas will pick up where her sister, Quantum, left off in New York City.
With a range of departure dates from 7 nights into 12, she will be a wonderful escape for those in the New England area.
Sailing into the Bahamas, Caribbean and Bermuda, this new ship will offer all of the latest technology, entertainment, and high end cuisine to make the journey unforgettable.
Quantum of the Seas
The Quantum of the Seas has found her home in Shanghai, China, where she will continue to do 4, 5, and 6 night departure throughout Asia.