New Royal Caribbean Ships: Cruise Line to Provide More Ships in 2021
2021 will be an exciting time for new Royal Caribbean ships.
Cruisers will be excited to hear there will be new Royal Caribbean ships in the European lineup for 2021. Royal Caribbean is expanding to provide a variety of new ports of call in Europe. The ports will be part of seven different ships and several new European itineraries in 2021.
A greater number of new Royal Caribbean ships will be available for sailing the continent than in previous years. At CruiseExperts.com we are ready to book your Royal Caribbean European cruise. Call us at 1.888.804.CRUISE (2784), and let us get you the best rates and deals possible.
Greater Passenger Choices
When you have time constraints and budget limitations, you need more ship and itinerary options. Royal Caribbean recognizes what its guests need and want by making it easier than ever to enjoy a great European cruise with new and unique ports to visit.
The cruise line has announced that seventy percent of the European lineup in 2021 offers new itineraries with unique ports of call.
New Royal Caribbean ships added to the lineup include:
• Adventure of the Seas
• Harmony of the Seas
• Jewel of the Seas
• Odyssey of the Seas
• Rhapsody of the Seas
• Vision of the Seas
Anthem of the Seas – New voyages for Anthem include departures from Southampton. Several seven- to fourteen-night cruises to Norway will include a new port stop in Stavanger.
Anthem is a Quantum-class vessel, and other new stops for the ship include Copenhagen and Aarhus in Denmark as well as Bordeaux, France. Anthem is also offering select sailings that provide late-nights visits in Paris and overnight stays in Rotterdam and Lisbon.
Harmony of the Seas – 2021 will be Harmony of the Seas first return to Europe since 2016. Harmony will be sailing week-long Mediterranean voyages from both Barcelona and Rome (Civitavecchia).
Vision of the Seas – Vision is a smaller and popular vessel that will sail 12-night itineraries to the Greek Isles, Kotor, Montenegro; Nice, France; Rome and Florence/Pisa; with an overnight in Venice, and late-night calls in Split, Croatia.
Rhapsody of the Seas – The sister ship of Vision will return to Venice, offering seven-night sailings between Greece, Croatia, and the Greek Isles. There will also be select late-night stops in Kotor and Santorini.
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