As part of a series of five- to seven-night cruises that run through early November, the 2003-built vessel will offer a series of five- to seven-night cruises around the region.
This season’s first sailing of the Serenade will take passengers to Portland and Bar Harbor, in the United States, and Saint John and Sydney, in Canada.
This program sails roundtrip from Boston and includes itineraries to other ports in the area, including Halifax, Canada.
In addition to its fall foliage cruises along the U.S. East Coast, the Serenade undertakes a series of Panama Cruises in Florida.
Two-week itineraries include trips to various Caribbean and Central American destinations, including George Town in Grand Cayman, Puntarenas in Costa Rica, and Huatulco in Mexico, among others.
As part of this year’s itinerary, the Serenade of the Seas will also offer the longest cruise ever offered by Royal Caribbean: a 274-night trip across the world.
Over 150 ports of call across 60 countries and seven continents will be visited on the Ultimate World Cruise from PortMiami in December.
The unique itinerary features visits to destinations globally before returning to the U.S. in September 2024, including South America, Antarctica, Central America, and the South Pacific.
In addition to visiting New Zealand, Australia, the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, and Northern Europe, the cruise will also visit New Zealand, Australia, the Far East, and Southeast Asia.
The Serenade of the Seas recently celebrated its 20th anniversary as part of Royal Caribbean International’s Radiance Class.
The vessel was originally launched in August 2003 with a series of cruises on the U.S. East Coast, built at Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.
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