Royal Caribbean International has announced its 2021 Europe summer season with 70 percent new itineraries that feature a new mix of destinations on seven ships.
The Anthem of the Seas will return to Southampton for a second consecutive year, and embark on a summer in Europe where no Quantum Class ship has gone before, according to Royal Caribbean. The Anthem will offer a variety of itineraries, ranging from the seven-night Norwegian fjords to 14-night Mediterranean sailings that include new ports of call in Norway, Denmark and France, including Bordeaux. Select cruises will also include late-night visits in Paris, as well as overnights in Rotterdam and Lisbon.
The Oasis Class returns with the Harmony setting sail in the Western Mediterranean on seven-night cruises that include late nights in Florence/Pisa and Rome, Italy. For those wishing to start and end their trip in Italy, round-trip sailings from Rome are also available.
The Vision of the Seas will offer 12-night Mediterranean itineraries visiting the Greek Isles, Kotor, Nice, Rome (Civitavecchia), Florence/Pisa, an overnight in Venice, and late-night calls in Split.
The Rhapsody of the Seas will spend another summer in Venice offering seven-night cruises that alternate between Greece and Croatia with select late-night calls in Kotor and Santorini.
The Odyssey of the Seas, set to debut in November 2020, will be Royal Caribbean’s first Quantum Ultra Class ship to call at bothTurkey and Greece on numerous itineraries.
The Jewel will also sail from Amsterdam, visiting the British Isles and the Baltics with overnights in Edinburgh and St. Petersburg; as well as late-night visits in Liverpool. The Jewel will close out the summer homeported in Barcelona sailing to the Iberian Peninsula and Greek Isles, including visits to Cannes, Athens and Santorini.
The Adventure of the Seas will sail seven- and 11-night Baltic cruises featuring overnights in St. Petersburg and visits to Helsinki, Tallinn and Visby.