Royal Caribbean International is set to have seven ships plying European waters in summer 2024, offering voyages from nine different homeports. The sailings, which range from five to 17 nights long, are now open for booking.
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Odyssey of the Seas
For the third year in a row, guests will be able to take seven to nine-night Greek Isles cruises from Rome aboard Odyssey of the Seas. The ship will also offer 12-night Holy Land sailings, visiting ports like Limassol, Cyprus; Kusadasi, Turkey; Jerusalem, Israel; and more.
Oasis of the Seas
For the first time, Oasis of the Seas will head to Europe to offer seven-night western Mediterranean voyages from Barcelona and Rome.
Anthem of the Seas
One of Royal’s “smart” Quantum-class ships, Anthem of the Seas will call Southampton, England home for the fourth consecutive year. Guests can choose from seven-night voyages to Spain and France or north to the Norwegian fjords.
Longer 11 to 14-night voyages will visit spots such as Lisbon, Portugal; Vigo, Spain; and the Canary Islands.
Serenade of the Seas
Travelers can join Royal Caribbean’s Ultimate World Cruise and explore seven continents as part of two segments that make up half of the 274-night world tour aboard Serenade of the Seas. The Ultimate Middle East and Med Cruise begins in Dubai, visiting Greece, Turkey, Croatia, and more before reaching Rome. The Ultimate Europe and Beyond cruise starts in Barcelona and visits countries including Spain, Ireland, and France.
Explorer of the Seas
From Ravenna, Italy, guests can sail the Aegean Sea on seven-night voyages that visit Mediterranean gems including Argostoli, Greece; Kotor, Montenegro; and Chania, Crete.
Voyager of the Seas
Seven-night sailings to Greece, the western Mediterranean, Egypt, and Israel are on the roster for Voyager of the Seas in summer 2024. Sailings on this ship open for booking on Friday, November 18th.
Jewel of the Seas
From Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Jewel of the Seas will offer a variety of 11 to 17-night cruises that visit destinations in the Arctic Circle, the British Isles, Iceland, and Ireland.