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November 2021 – Navigator of the Seas sets sail for the first time from its new year-round home in Los Angeles, California, marking Royal Caribbean International’s return to the state after more than a decade. The action-packed ship, featuring a $115 million series of new features and experiences, offers vacationers a new way to get away with short 3- to 5-night cruises to Catalina Island, California and the Mexican Riviera.
November 2021 – Navigator of the Seas sets sail for the first time from its new year-round home in Los Angeles, California, marking Royal Caribbean International’s return to the state after more than a decade. The action-packed ship, featuring a $115 million series of new features and experiences, offers vacationers a new way to get away with short 3- to 5-night cruises to Catalina Island, California and the Mexican Riviera.
November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International celebrated its new game-changing ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during the ship’s naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Erin Brown, Odyssey’s Godmother and the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship and all those who sail on it for decades to come.

November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International celebrated its new game-changing ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during the ship’s naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Erin Brown, Odyssey’s Godmother and the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship and all those who sail on it for decades to come.

November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International celebrated its new game-changing ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during the ship’s naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Erin Brown, Odyssey’s Godmother and the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship and all those who sail on it for decades to come.

November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International celebrated its new game-changing ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during the ship’s naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Erin Brown, Odyssey’s Godmother and the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship and all those who sail on it for decades to come.

November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International celebrated its new game-changing ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during the ship’s naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Erin Brown, Odyssey’s Godmother and the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship and all those who sail on it for decades to come.

November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International celebrated its new game-changing ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during the ship’s naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Erin Brown, Odyssey’s Godmother and the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship and all those who sail on it for decades to come.

November 2021 - From left to right: Royal Caribbean Group Chairman and CEO Richard Fain, Odyssey of the Seas Godmother Erin Brown, Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley and Captain Sindre Borsheim of Odyssey. To celebrate Royal Caribbean’s new ship, Odyssey of the Seas, the cruise line held a Caribbean-inspired naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Brown, the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship.

November 2021 - From left to right: Royal Caribbean Group Chairman and CEO Richard Fain, Odyssey of the Seas Godmother Erin Brown, Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley and Captain Sindre Borsheim of Odyssey. To celebrate Royal Caribbean’s new ship, Odyssey of the Seas, the cruise line held a Caribbean-inspired naming ceremony in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Brown, the first Bahamian paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on the ship.

November 2021 - The Bahamas’ first paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, Erin Brown, celebrates Royal Caribbean International’s new ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during a naming ceremony held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Brown, selected to serve as the ship’s Godmother, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on Odyssey and all those who sail on it for decades to come.
November 2021 - The Bahamas’ first paratriathlete to compete in the Paralympic Games qualifiers, Erin Brown, celebrates Royal Caribbean International’s new ship, Odyssey of the Seas, during a naming ceremony held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13. Brown, selected to serve as the ship’s Godmother, bestowed a blessing of safekeeping on Odyssey and all those who sail on it for decades to come.
November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International’s President and CEO, Michael Bayley, speaks at the cruise line’s Caribbean-inspired naming ceremony for new, game-changing ship Odyssey of the Seas. The celebratory occasion took place at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13.
November 2021 - Royal Caribbean International’s President and CEO, Michael Bayley, speaks at the cruise line’s Caribbean-inspired naming ceremony for new, game-changing ship Odyssey of the Seas. The celebratory occasion took place at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida on Saturday, Nov. 13.
With epic ocean views from every angle, the resort-style Caribbean pool deck on Odyssey of the Seas features laidback casitas. Available by reservation only, these private lounge spots offer seclusion and relaxation. Perks include a welcome mimosa, chilled hand towels, luxury loungers, charging capabilities and a service button that directly calls a dedicated bar server at The Lime & Coconut poolside bar.   

With epic ocean views from every angle, the resort-style Caribbean pool deck on Odyssey of the Seas features laidback casitas. Available by reservation only, these private lounge spots offer seclusion and relaxation. Perks include a welcome mimosa, chilled hand towels, luxury loungers, charging capabilities and a service button that directly calls a dedicated bar server at The Lime & Coconut poolside bar.   

On board Odyssey of the Seas is a bold, new Adventure Ocean. The robust program is designed exclusively for kids up to 12 years old. At AO Babies, the youngest of travelers – 6 to 36 months old – have a dedicated space to engage their imaginations with story time, games and more.

On board Odyssey of the Seas is a bold, new Adventure Ocean. The robust program is designed exclusively for kids up to 12 years old. At AO Babies, the youngest of travelers – 6 to 36 months old – have a dedicated space to engage their imaginations with story time, games and more.

The upscale Grand Loft Suite aboard Odyssey of the Seas offers two levels of luxury. Complete with a dedicated Royal Genie, dining at the exclusive suites-only restaurant, Coastal Kitchen; access to the Suite Deck and more, the lineup of suites aboard Odyssey offers guests Royal Caribbean’s signature Royal Suite Class experience.

The upscale Grand Loft Suite aboard Odyssey of the Seas offers two levels of luxury. Complete with a dedicated Royal Genie, dining at the exclusive suites-only restaurant, Coastal Kitchen; access to the Suite Deck and more, the lineup of suites aboard Odyssey offers guests Royal Caribbean’s signature Royal Suite Class experience.

Introducing Virtual Adventure Zone, the first fully immersive 4D virtual reality experience at sea. The high-tech, free-roaming journey uses the latest technology to take gamers on an adventure to another dimension. Special effects, like wind vibrations and sound-enhancing features, bring to life a truly multisensory journey for every guest.
Introducing Virtual Adventure Zone, the first fully immersive 4D virtual reality experience at sea. The high-tech, free-roaming journey uses the latest technology to take gamers on an adventure to another dimension. Special effects, like wind vibrations and sound-enhancing features, bring to life a truly multisensory journey for every guest.
Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar debuts on board Odyssey of the Seas. The authentic, family style dining experience serves up a menu of favorites – like an array of handcrafted pizzas, charcuterie boards and pastas – as many as 50 wines by the glass and classic Italian cocktails with a twist, including a negroni and aperol spritz.
Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar debuts on board Odyssey of the Seas. The authentic, family style dining experience serves up a menu of favorites – like an array of handcrafted pizzas, charcuterie boards and pastas – as many as 50 wines by the glass and classic Italian cocktails with a twist, including a negroni and aperol spritz.
Tastebuds are in for a ride on board Odyssey of the Seas. El Loco Fresh is an on-the-go, poolside eatery that serves up tasty Mexican fare. The menu includes made-to-order tacos, burritos, quesadillas and more – even a salsa and toppings station

Tastebuds are in for a ride on board Odyssey of the Seas. El Loco Fresh is an on-the-go, poolside eatery that serves up tasty Mexican fare. The menu includes made-to-order tacos, burritos, quesadillas and more – even a salsa and toppings station

Odyssey of the Seas features stunning art from bow to stern. Monumental sculptures, textured paintings, interactive works and more engage all the senses. Flow, created by Czech artist Lasvit, is a sculpture of Bohemian handblown glass and polished gold metal that takes center stage in the ship’s Via.
Odyssey of the Seas features stunning art from bow to stern. Monumental sculptures, textured paintings, interactive works and more engage all the senses. Flow, created by Czech artist Lasvit, is a sculpture of Bohemian handblown glass and polished gold metal that takes center stage in the ship’s Via.
Odyssey of the Seas Environmental Fact Sheet (Horizontal)
Odyssey of the Seas Environmental Fact Sheet (Horizontal)
Odyssey of the Seas Environmental Fact Sheet
Odyssey of the Seas Environmental Fact Sheet
The lively resort-style pool deck on board Odyssey of the Seas sports a vibrant look. Spanning two decks, the Caribbean-inspired experience features the ultimate ocean views from more angles than one. Guests can kick back at two open-air pools, the North Star all-glass observation capsule, The Lime & Coconut poolside bar, Mexican grab-and-go eatery El Loco Fresh, a variety of seating – from in-pool loungers, nooks to casitas, and more.
The lively resort-style pool deck on board Odyssey of the Seas sports a vibrant look. Spanning two decks, the Caribbean-inspired experience features the ultimate ocean views from more angles than one. Guests can kick back at two open-air pools, the North Star all-glass observation capsule, The Lime & Coconut poolside bar, Mexican grab-and-go eatery El Loco Fresh, a variety of seating – from in-pool loungers, nooks to casitas, and more.
Odyssey of the Seas’ lineup of new and signature experiences for all ages include a bold, new Adventure Ocean. The robust program for kids up to 12 years old is designed for young travelers to chart their own adventures from one vibrant, open space to the next. At Hangout, kids can kick back and play with the latest game consoles, digital interactive tables, board games and more.

Odyssey of the Seas’ lineup of new and signature experiences for all ages include a bold, new Adventure Ocean. The robust program for kids up to 12 years old is designed for young travelers to chart their own adventures from one vibrant, open space to the next. At Hangout, kids can kick back and play with the latest game consoles, digital interactive tables, board games and more.

Odyssey of the Seas’ bold features extend from bow to stern, with a robust art collection that spotlights an array of mediums. Monumental sculptures, textured paintings, interactive works and more engage all the senses. Fall of the Seas, created by the artist Pere Gifre, is a cascading waterfall that transforms with a change of perspective as guests go from one floor to the next.

Odyssey of the Seas’ bold features extend from bow to stern, with a robust art collection that spotlights an array of mediums. Monumental sculptures, textured paintings, interactive works and more engage all the senses. Fall of the Seas, created by the artist Pere Gifre, is a cascading waterfall that transforms with a change of perspective as guests go from one floor to the next.

On board Odyssey of the Seas is a bold, new Adventure Ocean. The robust program is designed exclusively for kids up to 11 years old to chart their own adventures from one vibrant, open space to the next. In Workshop, young adventurers can let their creativity lead the way with hands-on arts, science and tech activities.

On board Odyssey of the Seas is a bold, new Adventure Ocean. The robust program is designed exclusively for kids up to 11 years old to chart their own adventures from one vibrant, open space to the next. In Workshop, young adventurers can let their creativity lead the way with hands-on arts, science and tech activities.

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Health and safety protocols, guest conduct rules, and regional travel restrictions vary by ship and destination, and are subject to change without notice. Due to evolving health protocols, imagery and messaging may not accurately reflect onboard and destination experiences, offerings, features, or itineraries. These may not be available during your voyage, may vary by ship and destination, and may be subject to change without notice.
NOTICE: Health and safety protocols, guest conduct rules, and regional travel restrictions vary by ship and destination, and are subject to change without notice. Due to evolving health protocols, imagery and messaging may not accurately reflect onboard and destination experiences, offerings, features, or itineraries. These may not be available during your voyage, may vary by ship and destination, and may be subject to change without notice.