Royal Caribbean has announced that Wonder of the Seas, the next Oasis Class vessel, will set sail from Shanghai and Hong Kong in 2022. She will be the largest ship in the world on debut.
Royal Caribbean is extending the suspension of some sailings, including all trips from the United States, until June 30th. However, a small number of trips will go ahead from new homeports around the world.
Royal Caribbean has officially taken delivery of its 25th ship, Odyssey of the Seas. The second Quantum Ultra Class ship sets sail from Haifa, Israel in May and Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
The vessel will call Cyprus home for the first time and sail to the picturesque shores and ancient ruins in Cyprus, Greece and the Greek Isles through October.
Royal Caribbean will bring more adventure to the tropics with a series of new seven-night cruises onboard Vision of the Seas from first-time homeport Bermuda.
The global cruise line has announced a summer line-up of seven-night cruises on board Adventure of the Seas, setting sail this June from new the Bahamas.
Royal Caribbean will not return until at least May 31st, with Celebrity Cruises and Silversea set to resume operations at the same time. Azamara will not return until at least July.
Odyssey of the Seas, a brand-new ship under construction for Royal Caribbean at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, has completed its ten-plus-hour, 20-mile conveyance.
Royal Caribbean will begin sailing from Israel for the first time this summer, with the arrival of brand-new ship, Odyssey of the Seas. The vessel will offer three- and seven-night trips in May.
Royal Caribbean Group has reported a net loss of $5.8 billion for financial 2020. This compares to the net profit of $1.9 billion reported last year by the cruise giant.
Royal Caribbean has announced the extension of the Singapore season for Quantum of the Seas. The decision follows the success of the safe cruises pilot programme, which launched in December.
The cruise line said the all cash deal with Sycamore Partners would allow it to focus on core operations after almost a year out of the water following the Covid-19 pandemic.