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Winter 2022-2023: Royal Caribbean Concentrates Capacity in North America

Symphony of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International has concentrated its winter 2022-2023 deployment to core cruise markets.

Concentrating its capacity in the United States, the brand will see over 20 ships sailings from stateside ports.

Mostly offering itineraries to the Caribbean and the Bahamas, the U.S.-based fleet includes all of the five Oasis-Class vessels, in addition to the 2021-built Odyssey of the Seas.

Australia and Asia will also host Royal Caribbean vessels, with three Quantum-Class ships serving the two regions.

Here’s the company’s full deployment breakdown:

Caribbean and Bahamas

Wonder of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 5,448 guests
Built: 2022
Homeport: Port Canaveral (United States)
Length: Three to eight nights
Itineraries: Regular seven-night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean with visits to the Bahamas, Mexico, St. Maarten, St. Thomas and more, as well as a special three-night cruise to the Bahamas in December and an eight-night Eastern Caribbean voyage in January
Sailing Season: Year-round starting on November 13

Odyssey of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 4,200 guests
Built: 2021
Homeport: Fort Lauderdale (United States)
Length: Six to nine nights
Itineraries: Six-night cruises to Eastern and Western Caribbean, in addition to eight-night cruises to the Southern Caribbean visiting Jamaica, Haiti, Grand Cayman, Aruba, Curaçao and more
Sailing Season: November 13 to April 16

Symphony of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 5,448 guests
Built: 2018
Homeport: Miami (United States)
Length:
Seven nights
Itineraries: Western and Eastern Caribbean visiting Cozumel, Costa Maya, St. Thomas, Honduras, CocoCay and more
Sailing Season: November 5 to March 4

Harmony of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 5,448 guests
Built: 2016
Homeport: Fort Lauderdale (United States)
Length: Five to eight nights
Itineraries: Western, Eastern and Southern Caribbean visiting Curaçao, Aruba, Haiti, Mexico, Jamaica and more
Sailing Season: November 7 to March 4

Allure of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 5,400 guests
Built: 2010
Homeport: Galveston (United States)
Length: Four to seven nights
Itineraries: Regular week-long cruises to the Western Caribbean visiting Cozumel, Costa Maya and Roatán
Sailing Season: November 13 to October 15

Oasis of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 5,400 guests
Built: 2009
Homeport: Miami (Unites States)
Length: Four to ten nights
Itineraries: Regular week-long cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean, in addition to a special ten-night voyage to CocoCay, Labadee, St. Thomas, Philipsburg, St. Kitts and San Juan
Sailing Season: November 2 to April 30

Independence of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2008
Homeport: Port Canaveral (United States)
Length: Three and four nights
Itineraries: Bahamas with visits to Nassau and Perfect Day at CocoCay
Sailing Season: Year-round

Liberty of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2007
Homeport: Fort Lauderdale (United States)
Length: Three and four nights
Itineraries: Bahamas with visits to Nassau and Perfect Day at CocoCay
Sailing Season: November 1 to April 28

Serenade of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,000 guests
Built: 2003
Homeport: Tampa (United States)
Length: Four to ten nights
Itineraries: Short cruises to Mexico, in addition to ten-night voyages to Central America and week-long voyages to the Western Caribbean and the Bahamas
Sailing Season: October 29 to April 15

Freedom of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,600 guests
Built: 2006
Homeport: Miami (United States)
Length: Three and four nights
Itineraries: Bahamas with visits to Nassau and Perfect Day at CocoCay
Sailing Season: Year-round

Jewel of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,000 guests
Built: 2004
Homeport: Port Canaveral (United States)
Length: Five to nine nights
Itineraries: Eastern, Western and Southern Caribbean with visits to Bimini, Nassau, San Juan, Cozumel, Ocho Rios, Curaçao, Bonaire and more
Sailing Season: November 6 to April 16

Mariner of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2003
Homeport: Port Canaveral (United States)
Length: Two to five nights
Itineraries: Short cruises to the Bahamas, the Western Caribbean and more
Sailing Season: Year-round

Brilliance of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupncy): 2,000 guests
Built: 2002
Homeport: Tampa (United States)
Length: Four to six nights
Itineraries: Short cruises to the Bahamas, Mexico and the Western Caribbean
Sailing Season: November 20 to March 27

Radiance of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,000 guests
Built: 2001
Homeport: New Orleans and Galveston (United States)
Length: Four to 10 nights
Itineraries: Western Caribbean departing from New Orleans between November and January; Bahamas and Western Caribbean departing from Galveston between February and April
Sailing Season: November 3 to April 15

Adventure of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2001
Homeport: Galveston (Unites States)
Length: Four and five nights
Itineraries: Short cruises to Mexico visiting Costa Maya, Cozumel and Puerto Progreso
Sailing Season: November 10 to April 27

Explorer of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2000
Homeport: Miami (United States)
Length: Six to nine nights
Itineraries: Western and Southern Caribbean visiting Grand Cayman, Jamaica, Bahamas, Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire and more
Sailing Season: October 23 to April 15

Voyager of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 1999
Homeport: San Juan (Puerto Rico)
Length: Five to seven nights
Itineraries: Southern and Eastern Caribbean visiting St. Maarten, St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Kitts, Grenada, Curaçao, Aruba and more
Sailing Season: November 6 to April 23

Vision of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,000 guests
Built: 1998
Homeport: Fort Lauderdale (United States)
Length: Nine to 11 nights
Itineraries: Ten- and 11-night cruises to Southern Caribbean and Central America visiting Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Aruba, Curaçao, St. Lucia and others
Sailing Season: November 16 to April 21

Rhapsody of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,000 guests
Built: 1997
Homeports: Bridgetown (Barbados)
Length: Five to 14 nights
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean and Central America with visits to Trinidad and Tobago, St. Lucia, Colombia, Panamá, Costa Rica, Grenada, Aruba, Curaçao and more
Sailing Season: November 20 to April 16

Grandeur of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 1,950 guests
Built: 1996
Homeport: Miami (United States)
Length: Five to nine nights
Itineraries: Five-night cruises to Key West and the Eastern Caribbean, in addition to nine-night voyages the Southern and Eastern Caribbean visiting St. John, St. Lucia, Barbados and more
Sailing Season: November 4 to April 21

U.S. East Coast

Anthem of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 4,100 guests
Built: 2015
Homeport: Cape Liberty/New York (United States)
Length: Seven to 11 nights
Itineraries: Seven- and eight-night cruises to the Bahamas and Florida, in addition to 11-night cruises to Southern and Eastern Caribbean
Sailing Season: October 29 to April 23

Enchantment of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 2,250 guests
Built: 1997
Homeport: Baltimore (United States)
Length: Five to 12 nights
Itineraries: Southern Caribbean, Bahamas and Florida
Sailing Season: November 3 to April 20

U.S. West Coast

Navigator of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 3,100 guests
Built: 2002
Homeport: Los Angeles (United States)
Length: Three to seven nights
Itineraries: Short cruises to Baja California, in addition to week-long cruises to the Mexican Riviera
Sailing Season: Year-round

Australia and New Zealand

Ovation of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 4,100 guests
Built: 2016
Homeport: Sydney (Australia)
Length: Seven to 12 nights
Itineraries: Australia Coast, Tasmania, South Pacific, New Zealand and more
Sailing Season: October 29 to April 5

Quantum of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 4,100 guests
Built: 2014
Homeport: Brisbane (Australia)
Length: Four to 13 nights
Itineraries: Australia Coast, Tasmania, South Pacific, New Zealand and more
Sailing Season: November 1 to April 4

Asia

Spectrum of the Seas
Capacity (at 100% Occupancy): 4,200 guests
Built: 2019
Homeport: Singapore
Length: Three to nine nights
Itineraries: Short cruises to Malaysia and Thailand, in addition to longer voyages to Vietnam and Thailand
Sailing Season: Year-round

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