Royal Caribbean unveils production in the summer of 2023

Royal Caribbean unveils production in the summer of 2023

Royal Caribbean International has launched an offer in Europe for the summer of 2023. The program will cover more than 25 countries across the Adriatic Islands, the British Isles, the Canary Islands and the Greek islands of Croatia, from the Amalfi coast to the Holy Land.

The company, which builds 9 ships on the old continent, chose only the port of Marseille for one of its voyages: a cruise departing from Barcelona or Rome would stop at Naples, Palma de Mallorca and Marseille. The traditional route run by the Symphony of the Seas.

Haifa, Limasol, two new destinations

The Odyssey of the Seas, one of the newest ships in the Royal Caribbean, will also depart from Rome, making 7 to 9 voyages to Naples, the Greek islands and Turkey, and longer ships (12 nights) to Israel, Cyprus and Turkey. . This time, on departure from Barcelona, ​​the Serenade of the Seas will travel to the Greek islands, Ibiza or Cannes on the 5th, 8th and 12th nights. Italy also welcomes an explorer leaving Ravenna for a cruise in the Aegean Sea (Olympia, Cർte d’Ivoire, Chania, etc.).

Brilliance of the Sea, departing from Italy, Greece or Spain, will visit the ports of Rome, Athens, Venice, Barcelona, ​​Split or Copper in Slovenia, depending on selected options and departure ports. (7 nights). For cruises passing through Turkey, Israel, and Greece (4 to 7 p.m.), the Rhapsody of the Seas will depart from Israel, Haifa, and two new destinations on the American Cruise Line in Limassol, Cyprus.

3 ships in Northern Europe

The Royal Caribbean does not ignore Northern Europe. The Jewel of the Seas is located in the North Sea off Amsterdam and offers 12 night cruises to the Arctic Circle, the British Isles, Iceland and Ireland. Departing from Copenhagen or Stockholm, the Voyager of the Seas will travel through Scandinavian waters, Estonia and Russia from 7 to 11 p.m. Finally, for the third year in a row, the End of the Seas will be based in Southampton, England, and will conduct 7-night cruises to Spain, France, or the Fjordes of Norway for 11 or 12 nights. , Stopovers in Ireland, Portugal and Spain (Vigo, Canary Islands).

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