Royal Caribbean International has announced its itineraries for summer 2022 in Europe.
Seven ships will spend the season in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, including the brand-new Odyssey of the Seas which is set to debut in 2021.
Odyssey of the Seas
On April 23, 2022, Odyssey of the Seas will depart Fort Lauderdale, Florida and head to Rome, Italy on a 14-night transatlantic crossing. It will call in Portugal, Spain, and Italy.
Then, from May through September, the ship will operate seven to nine-night sailings in the Greek Isles roundtrip from Rome. On May 25, there will be one 11-night Holy Land cruise, visiting two ports in Israel along with a variety of calls in Greece.
In October, the ship will operate two 12-night Holy Land cruises roundtrip from Rome, visiting a variety of ports in Israel, Cyprus, and Greece.
Allure of the Seas
Mega-ship Allure of the Seas will spend May to October in the Western Mediterranean, offering seven-night roundtrip cruises from both Barcelona, Spain and Rome, Italy. Calls will include Naples, Capri, Marseille, Florence, and Palma De Mallorca.
On October 27, 2022, Allure will offer a three-night voyage from Rome to Capri, ending in Barcelona.
Anthem of the Seas
“Smart ship” Anthem of the Seas will spend the season in various parts of Europe. The vessel kicks off the season with a two-night weekend getaway cruise roundtrip from Southampton, followed by a seven-night cruise to the Norwegian fjords also roundtrip from Southampton.
After that, the ship will offer a mix of cruises: seven-night voyages through Spain and France, 12-night cruises in the western Mediterranean and Canary Islands, and one 14-night sailing around the Mediterranean. All of these cruises will also be roundtrip from Southampton, England.
Jewel of the Seas
Like Anthem, Jewel of the Seas will spend the summer in various regions of Europe. On June 8, 2022, the ship will operate a 12-night British Isles cruise roundtrip from Amsterdam, Netherlands. Then, Jewel will sail two 12-night Arctic Circle voyages through Norway.
From July through early September, the ship will operate two 12-night British Isles cruises, a 12-night Iceland and Ireland voyage, and a nine-night Norwegian fjords sailing.
In September, the ship will shift down into the Mediterranean, offering eight to 10-night cruises in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Turkey, and Greece.
Voyager of the Seas
From April through August, Voyager of the Seas will homeport in Copenhagen, Denmark and Stockholm, Sweden offering Scandinavia and Russia cruises. But to kick off and end the season, there will be two seven-night ‘Best of Northern Europe’ cruises that stop in Oslo and Kristiansand, Norway; Skagen, Denmark, and Gothenburg, Sweden.
The rest of the Scandinavia and Russia voyages will be seven to 11-nights long, and include calls in Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, and (on 11-night cruises) Latvia.
Brilliance of the Seas
Following a 14-night transatlantic sailing from Florida to Rome, Brilliance of the Seas will spend most of summer 2022 in the Adriatic Sea and Greek Isles.
As bookends to the season, the ship will offer two 6-night Italy & Adriatic cruises on May 9 and October 30, calling in Croatia, Italy, Greece, and (for the May 9 one) Montenegro.
From May to September, the ship will offer seven-night Greece & Croatia and Greek Isles cruises roundtrip from Venice.
Vision of the Seas
Vision of the Seas will spend the season in the Mediterranean, offering a mix of Western Caribbean, France & Italy, and Greek Isles cruises from Barcelona ranging from five to 12 nights long.
The voyages will call on ports such as Provence, Cannes, and Nice, France; Portofino, Florence, and Sardinia, Italy; Mykonos, Athens, and Santorini, Greece; Ephesus, Turkey; and Monte Carlo, Monaco.
These 2022 European cruises are now open to the general public for booking.