Royal Caribbean Announce 2021 Itinerary

International tourists learned that Royal Caribbean has redesignated their “Oasis Class Vessels” for 2022. Sailing regions for six ships were classified for dates that Royal Caribbean believes won’t sustain Covid Protocols. Vessels selected for the repurposed itinerary include:

  • Symphony of the Seas.
  • Harmony of the Seas.
  • Oasis of the Seas.
  • Liberty of the Seas.
  • Explorer of the Seas.
  • Mariner of the Seas.

Prebooking’s are being offered by Royal Caribbean, with packages provided detailed scheduled for what tourists can anticipate with their purchase. It should be clarified that most regions selected by Royal Caribbean have been previously visited. Most selections are still sustained in the Caribbean, unsurprising when factoring the company’s namesake Booking packages indicate that “Symphony & Harmony of the Seas” will traverse the Western to Eastern Caribbean for several nights. Symphony of the Seas will launch of Miami, with Harmony departing from port Canaveral in Florida.

Symphony of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s latest vessel, which is obtaining special treatment. Several day trips are being offered in the Eastern Caribbean Region, enabling tourists to visit islands like Puerto Rico. Costs associated with this prebooking is lower than anticipated, a rarity when visiting the Eastern Caribbean.

Harmony of the Seas

Itinerary details regarding “Harmony of the Seas” was also provided with Royal Caribbean’s press release. Confirmations were made that starting in Summer 2020, Harmony will five locations on their several day trips. It’s one of the most prominent & active itineraries offered by Royal Caribbean in recent years. Sailing tourists are expected to clamour for the booking option that offers St. Thomas, Falmouth, Coco Cay, Jamaica, and St. Kitts & Nevis for visitation.

The most prominent announcement pertained to “Oasis of the Seas”, which since its inception is returning to New York City. All departures for Oasis will launch from New York & return to New Jersey, with the trip’s tourist destination being either the Bahamas or Florida. This booking will likely see the least attention from tourists. One ship hasn’t been detailed in Royal Caribbean’s press release, that being Liberty of the Seas. Below is information on Mariner & Explorer.

  • Mariner of the Seas: Departing from Florida, Arriving in Bermuda.
  • Explorer of the Seas: Departing from Miami, Arriving in San Juan, or Puerto Rico.