Royal de­tails 2020/21 int’l de­ploy­ment

Cruise Weekly - - News -

ROYAL Caribbean In­ter­na­tional has re­leased fur­ther de­tails of its 2020-21 in­ter­na­tional sea­son, pro­vid­ing info on itin­er­ar­ies in the Caribbean, Europe and United States on board its fleet of “Royal Am­pli­fied” ves­sels.

Ad­ven­ture of the Seas will re­turn to Cape Lib­erty in New Jersey fol­low­ing a re­fur­bish­ment in 2019, sail­ing a com­bi­na­tion of five- and nine-night itin­er­ar­ies to Ber­muda, New Eng­land and Canada, The Ba­hamas and the Caribbean.

Royal also re­vealed Sym­phony of the Seas and sis­ter ship Har­mony of the Seas will re­turn to Port Mi­ami and Port Canaveral, Florida, re­spec­tively, of­fer­ing seven-night itin­er­ar­ies to a va­ri­ety of Caribbean des­ti­na­tions.

For pas­sen­gers want­ing shorter Caribbean itin­er­ar­ies, a re­vamped Mariner of the Seas and Navigator of the Seas are sched­uled to carry out three­and four-night sail­ings to The Ba­hamas.

Canada and New Eng­land will have plenty of cruise op­tions with Bril­liance of the Seas sail­ing seven- to 10-night cruises to Canada from Bos­ton start­ing in Sep 2020, while Grandeur of the Seas will con­tinue to of­fer ni­nenight itin­er­ar­ies to Canada and New Eng­land year-round from her home­port in Baltimore.

An­them of the Seas will re­turn to Southamp­ton, Eng­land, for the first time in five years, em­bark­ing on eight- to 14-night cruises to coastal towns along the Mediter­ranean, Northern Europe and the Ca­nary Is­lands.

RCI’s pri­vate is­land Per­fect Day at Co­coCay will also wel­come 10 ships from an un­prece­dented num­ber of ports in­clud­ing the newly added Galve­ston, Texas.

Pic­tured: Sym­phony of the Seas.

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