Royal Caribbean have unveiled it’s cruise itinerary programme for 2018/19 to Alaska, the Caribbean and Northeast USA which includes the introduction of Symphony of the Seas, the fourth Oasis Class ship.
The itineraries for 2018/19 are very diverse from explorations of the Caribbean to the breath-taking itinearies to the far reaches of Alaska. Alaskan sailings will go on sale from 16th Match whilst Caribbean and Bahamas will open on 17th March. 30th March will see itineraries go on sale for seasonal Caribbean and Northeast cruises and Crown and Anchor Society loyalty members will be able to book those cruises a day before they go on general sale.
Included in the new itineraries will be the inauguration of Royal Caribbean’s new cruise Terminal A at PortMiami.
Symphony of the Seas will be spending the winter months in the Caribbean. From 17th November Symphony of the Seas will depart on seven night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises.
Alaska itineraries will see Explorer of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas depart on seven and nine night itineraries. Explorer of the Seas will depart from Seattle with calls to Victoria, Juneau, and the Inside Passage. Radiance of the Seas will sail on seven and nine night open jaw itineraries between Seward and Vancouver and will allow guests to experience the true beauty of Alaska.
Offering cruises to South Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico, there will be a wide array of itineraries based on 6 ships. Allure of the Seas will operate seven night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries in the winder seson from PortMiami after repositioning from Port Everglades,
Harmony of the Seas wil operate year round seven night cruises to the Caribbean from Port Everglades, with a switch from Saturday to Sunday departures for the winter season.
Oasis of the Seas will operate year round seven night itineraries from Port Canaveral to the Caribbean with Majesty of the Seas offering a selection of three and four night itineraries to the Bahamas.
Liberty of the Seas will see her resume year round itineraries from Galveston, Texas with seven night Mexico and Western Caribbean itineraries.
For further short cruises, Enchantment of the Seas will offer three and four night sailings to The Bahamas from PortMiami and these will operate year round.
Northeast US cruises and seasonal Caribbeans will be on offer from 10 ships/
Anthem of the Seas will operate year round cruises from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey on a selection of five to twelve night itineraries to Bermuda and the Caribbean with seven night itineraries to The Bahamas. Also, in the Autumn season, Anthem of the Seas will offer nine night itineraries to Canada and New England.
Adventure of the Seas will be based in the North East for the first time since she was launched and will sail a serioes of even night itineraries from Cape Liberty in Bayonne to The Bahamas, and New England & Canada during the summer season. In the Autumn 2018, she offer three open jaw 10 and 11 night cruises to see the Fall Foliage in Quebec. She will then re-position to Port Everglades for the winter season, where she will depart on six and eight night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries.
Vision class, Grandeur of the Seas will offer sailings from Baltimore, which will include nine night itineraries to The Bahamas and twelve night cruise to the Southern Caribbean in the winter. Whilst during the summer, she will embark on nine night intineraries to Canada and New England with five night short cruises to Bermuda as well.
Vision of the Seas will be based in Galveston, Texas for the winter season and will operate four and five night Western Caribbean cruises.
Tampa, Florida will see Rhapsody of the Seas based for seven night round trip Western Caribbean itineraries during the winter season.
Winter season will see Jewel of the Seas homeport in San Juan, Puerto Rico where she will offer seven night Southern Caribbean cruises.
Brilliance of the Seas will see Brilliance of the Seas join Rhapsody of the Seas being based in Tampa and she will offer alternating four and five night cruises to the Western Caribbean.
Boston will see Serenade of the Seas based in September and October 2018 where she will offer seven night itineraries to Canada and New England and also seven night cruises to Bermuda. For her winter season, she reposition to Fort Lauderdale to embark on Southern and Eastern ten and eleven night cruises.
PortMiami will see Navigator of the Seas operate five and nine itineraries to Southern and Western Caribbean during the winter season.
Independence of the Seas will be based from Port Everglades in the winter season where she will embark on four and five night cruises to the Western Caribbean.
Source: Royal Caribbean.