Royal Caribbean has launched a new video, allowing guests to take a whistle-stop tour of new vessel Odyssey of the Seas. Take a look above for an exclusive timelapse of the ship, showcasing a combination of thrilling new adventures and signature experiences.
Royal Caribbean International has announced that the largest cruise ship in the world, Wonder of the Seas, will debut in the United States next year.
Royal Caribbean has returned to California with offering new, short getaways from Los Angeles. It is the first time the cruise giant has sailed from the state in more than a decade.
Royal Caribbean International is celebrating travel partners across Europe, the Middle East and Africa and their commitment to the cruise line with a new promotion to celebrate a global return to sailing.
Royal Caribbean has unveiled a new video, taking a look at the upcoming Wonder of the Seas. The film brings viewers all the latest on the fifth ship in the Oasis Class of vessel.
Royal Caribbean has launched a new video, taking a look at the construction of Wonder of the Seas. She will be the largest cruise ship in operation once launched, in spring next year.
The next group of returning ships and itineraries will begin to safely set sail in September with Oasis of the Seas’ first sailing from the New York area. Anthem of the Seas has also extended its UK season.
Royal Caribbean has returned to Alaska, becoming the first cruise line to sail in the region since September 2019. Serenade of the Seas will offer a series of seven-night cruises from Seattle.
Royal Caribbean has welcomed Anthem of the Seas to the UK for the first time in six years. The ship made her debut in Southampton in 2015, and is now ready for a summer season sailing around the UK.
Ben Bouldin of Royal Caribbean will take over the role from Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice president UK & Europe, who has been in the post for three years.
Royal Caribbean has marked the start of construction on its first Icon-class ship. To celebrate the milestone, the cruise line held a steel-cutting ceremony at Finnish shipyard Meyer Turku.
Royal Caribbean International has announced that six of its ships will begin sailing from major United States cruise ports in Florida and Texas in July and August.