Royal Caribbean is going bold and big in Europe for its northern hemisphere summer itineraries in 2021.
With seven RCI ships cruising Europe, the line will visit a range of destinations including fairytale castles and captivating cathedrals in Denmark, lavender fields in France and fjord-filled panoramas in Norway.
Anthem of the Seas will return to Southampton for the second consecutive year and offer 7-night Norwegian Fjords voyages to 14-night Mediterranean cities. She will visit new ports of call including Copenhagen and Aarhus in Denmark.
Harmony of the Seas also heads back to Europe with 7-night sailings to Western Mediterranean including late nights in Florence, Pisa and Rome.
Vision of the Seas will continue to cruise the Greek Isles, Kotor, Montenegro, Nice, Rome, Florence and Pisa with overnights in Venice and late-night calls in Split, Croatia.
Jewel of the Seas will homeport in Barcelona offering holidaymakers cruises to the Iberian Peninsula and Greek Isles including Athens and Santorini and also visit Cannes.
In Italy, Rhapsody of the Seas will spend another summer in Venice with 7-night voyages which alternate between Greece, Croatia and the Greek Isles including late-night calls in Kotor and Santorini.
The new Odyssey of the Seas which will debut in November 2020 will be the line’s first Quantum Ultra Class ship to visit the spectacular shores of Turkey and Greece. Bookings for 2021 sailings open on 9 December this year.
In UK and the Baltic, Jewel of the Seas will sail from Amsterdam to the British Isles and Baltics with overnights in Edinburgh and St Petersburg and late-night visits to Liverpool.
Adventures of the Seas will depart from Stockholm and Copenhagen and offer 7-to-11-night cruises to Helsinki, Tallinn, Estonia and Visby in Sweden.
For more information, visit https://www.royalcaribbean.com/aus/en/cruise-ships/cruise-schedule.
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