The cruise line announced that it will be adding six new ships to its fleet by 2022, which will increase the total number of ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet to 24.
The carnival cruise is a cruise line that operates multiple ships. All of the ships will be sailing by spring 2022.
The timetable for when the remaining ships will resume service has been published by Royal Caribbean International. Twelve ships are yet to restart sailings, including those from the United States, Australia, and Europe. So far, seven ships in the fleet, including the new Odyssey of the Seas from Florida, have resumed service.
The final ship restart dates have been announced by Royal Caribbean.
The cruise company has announced when the remaining ships will start sailing. By Spring 2022, the complete fleet, including those from the United States, Australia, Europe, and Asia, will be back in operation.
In September, the Oasis of the Seas will be the first ship to return, with cruises departing from Cape Liberty, New Jersey. The ship will also do a test voyage on August 22 in order to get CDC clearance before beginning official sailings.
“We are thrilled and grateful to be able to state with certainty when all of our ships will return, particularly for tourists who are planning their vacations ahead of time. Since December, more than 110,000 guests have sailed with us, and they’ve done so securely while enjoying the unforgettable vacations they know we’ll deliver,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International. “It’s been wonderful to watch family reunite on board our ships as they travel throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia. And knowing that we’ll be able to welcome more in a secure way once our full fleet returns in spring 2022 is fantastic.”
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The last ship to return will be Rhapsody of the Seas, which will resume sailings from Rome to the Greek Islands on May 23, 2022.
Navigator of the Seas will begin sailings from Los Angeles on November 19, 2021, Ovation of the Seas will resume sailings from Australia on December 13, 2021, and Grandeur of the Seas will resume sailings from Barbados on December 5, 2021. It’s also worth noting that, although Serenade of the Seas is now cruising in Alaska, the ship will return to Tampa, Florida, in October. The full list is as follows:
- Oasis of the Seas — 7-night Bahamas cruises departing from Cape Liberty, New Jersey, commencing September 5; and 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises departing from Miami, beginning November 1.
- Liberty of the Seas — Starting October 3rd, Liberty of the Seas will offer 7-night Western Caribbean cruises from Galveston, Texas.
- Serenade of the Seas* — 4- and 5-night Western Caribbean cruises departing Tampa, Florida, commencing October 16; and 7-night Caribbean cruises departing Tampa, Florida, beginning December 1.
- Explorer of the Seas* — 7-night Southern Caribbean cruises departing San Juan, Puerto Rico, beginning November 7th.
- Beginning Nov. 19, the Navigator of the Seas will offer 3-, 4-, and 5-night cruises from Los Angeles to Catalina Island, California, as well as Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
- Starting December 5, the Grandeur of the Seas will sail from Bridgetown, Barbados, on 7- and 14-night Southern Caribbean cruises.
- Beginning December 13, Ovation of the Seas will offer 2- to 10-night domestic itineraries in Australia, departing from Sydney.
- Starting December 16, Brilliance of the Seas will offer 4- and 5-night Bahamas and Western Caribbean itineraries from Tampa.
- Starting December 23, the Enchantment of the Seas will sail to the Bahamas for 8 nights and select 12-night itineraries to the Southern Caribbean from Baltimore.
- Beginning January 24, 2022, the Vision of the Seas will sail 10- and 11-night Southern Caribbean itineraries from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
- Starting April 15, 2022, the Voyager of the Seas will sail to Northern Europe on 7- and 9-night itineraries from Barcelona, Spain.
- Beginning April 29, 2022, the Radiance of the Seas will operate 7-night Alaska cruises from Vancouver, Canada.
- Rhapsody of the Seas will begin sailing from Rome on May 23, 2022, on 7-night Mediterranean and Greek Isles itineraries.
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Seven ships have already resumed service, including Odyssey of the Seas, which departed Port Canaveral on July 31, Serenade of the Seas, which departed Seattle on July 19, Anthem of the Seas, which departed Southampton, UK on July 7, Jewel of the Seas, which departed Cyprus on July 10, Freedom of the Seas, which departed Fort Lauderdale on June 20, and Adventure of the Seas, which departed Port Canaveral on June 20.
Also see: Which Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships Are Back in Service?
The cruise company has been striving to completely vaccinate staff members, and by the time each ship resumes service, every crew member on board will have been fully vaccinated. Before embarking on a cruise, all passengers who are eligible for the vaccination must be completely immunized. Due to the state’s vaccination passport prohibition, the requirement is just a strong suggestion for cruises departing from Florida.
There may be various procedures and standards in place since different ships leave from different areas and nations across the globe. Royal Caribbean is continuing to cooperate with the appropriate authorities to ensure the safety of its passengers and crew.
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