Royal Caribbean International operates 26 cruise ships across six continents. In 2023, the company will deploy the following technologies:
Symphony of the Seas will return to the Mediterranean as part of Royal Caribbean’s summer program in Europe.
Starting in April, the Oasis-class vessel will begin offering seven-night cruises to Italy, Spain and France.
2023-24 will be a busier season for Royal Caribbean in Australia after it returns in late 2022.
Vision of the Seas is scheduled to reposition in Baltimore in April. A year-round program of varied itineraries will be offered on board the 1998-built ship, which will replace the Enchantment of the Seas.
In 2023, the Enchantment will return to the Mediterranean thanks to Vision taking over its Baltimore program. Following several years in Europe, the Vision-class vessel will offer a series of seven-night cruises in the Western Mediterranean, the Adriatic, and Greece.
Beginning in November, the ship’s home port will host week-long cruises to the Western Caribbean year-round.
A regular schedule of short cruises is set to be offered by the Allure of the Seas after it repositions from Galveston.
A series of three- and four-night itineraries will begin in late October aboard the 220,000-ton vessel headquartered in Port Canaveral.
A nine-year hiatus in homeport operations in Latin America will be finally put to an end by Royal Caribbean International in late 2023.
A series of seven-night cruises will be offered from Panama’s Colón and Colombia’s Cartagena de Indias on the Rhapsody of the Seas, featuring visits to the Panama Canal, ABC Islands, and more.
One year of service has been completed on the Celebrity Beyond. Celebrity Cruises received the Edge-Class vessel on April 6, 2022, after it was built by Chantiers de l’Atlantique Shipyard […]
According to a press release, Princess Cruises has opened a new seafood restaurant, The Catch by Rudi, in partnership with Culinary Icon Chef Rudi Sodamin. The Catch by Rudi, the […]