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April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s La Soufriere volcano relief efforts continue in St. Vincent. Serenade of the Seas crew members are assisting with the distribution of much-needed supplies to local residents, including about 400 tons of fresh water produced on board, in collaboration with authorities. 
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s La Soufriere volcano relief efforts continue in St. Vincent. Serenade of the Seas crew members are assisting with the distribution of much-needed supplies to local residents, including about 400 tons of fresh water produced on board, in collaboration with authorities. 
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s La Soufriere volcano relief efforts continue in St. Vincent. Serenade of the Seas crew members are assisting with the distribution of much-needed supplies to local residents, including about 400 tons of fresh water produced on board, in collaboration with authorities. 
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s La Soufriere volcano relief efforts continue in St. Vincent. Serenade of the Seas crew members are assisting with the distribution of much-needed supplies to local residents, including about 400 tons of fresh water produced on board, in collaboration with authorities. 
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s La Soufriere volcano relief efforts continue in St. Vincent. Serenade of the Seas crew members are assisting with the distribution of much-needed supplies to local residents, including about 400 tons of fresh water produced on board, in collaboration with authorities. 
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s La Soufriere volcano relief efforts continue in St. Vincent. Serenade of the Seas crew members are assisting with the distribution of much-needed supplies to local residents, including about 400 tons of fresh water produced on board, in collaboration with authorities. 
April 2021 – Crew members aboard Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas prepare provisions and stand at the ready to provide medical care for St. Vincent residents who are evacuating after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
April 2021 – Crew members aboard Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas prepare provisions and stand at the ready to provide medical care for St. Vincent residents who are evacuating after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas docked at the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent to help evacuate residents after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas docked at the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent to help evacuate residents after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas docked at the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent to help evacuate residents after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas docked at the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent to help evacuate residents after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas docked at the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent to help evacuate residents after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
April 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Serenade of the Seas docked at the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent to help evacuate residents after the eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
March 2021 – A sneak peek of Royal Caribbean’s first Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, a new take on its signature Italian trattoria, debuting on Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.

March 2021 – A sneak peek of Royal Caribbean’s first Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, a new take on its signature Italian trattoria, debuting on Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.

March 2021 – A sneak peek of North Star, the signature all-glass observation capsule that goes 300 feet above sea level and boasts 360-degree views, on board Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.
March 2021 – A sneak peek of North Star, the signature all-glass observation capsule that goes 300 feet above sea level and boasts 360-degree views, on board Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.
March 2021 – A sneak peek of Sky Pad, the virtual reality, bungee trampoline adventure, on board Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.
March 2021 – A sneak peek of Sky Pad, the virtual reality, bungee trampoline adventure, on board Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.
March 2021 – A sneak peek of the rock-climbing wall on Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.
March 2021 – A sneak peek of the rock-climbing wall on Odyssey of the Seas. The highly anticipated ship will officially join the Royal Caribbean fleet on March 31.
March 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Jewel of the Seas will set sail from Limassol, Cyprus in July 2021. On Jewel’s 7-night itineraries, guests are able to explore Cyprus, Greece and the Greek Isles and, while on board, they can recharge at the Vitality Spa and Fitness Center and dine at complimentary and specialty bars and restaurants, including guest-favorites Chops Grille and Izumi. Spanning 13 decks, the ship also boasts a rock-climbing wall, sports court, mini golf course and an outdoor movie screen.
March 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Jewel of the Seas will set sail from Limassol, Cyprus in July 2021. On Jewel’s 7-night itineraries, guests are able to explore Cyprus, Greece and the Greek Isles and, while on board, they can recharge at the Vitality Spa and Fitness Center and dine at complimentary and specialty bars and restaurants, including guest-favorites Chops Grille and Izumi. Spanning 13 decks, the ship also boasts a rock-climbing wall, sports court, mini golf course and an outdoor movie screen.
March 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas is set to return to the Caribbean in June 2021. Vision’s 7-night cruises from Bermuda offer travelers a full day and overnight in Bermuda and a visit to Perfect Day at CocoCay as well as a variety of onboard dining options, including Izumi and signature steakhouse Chops Grille, entertainment, and activities such as the deck-defying rock-climbing wall and movie nights under the stars – courtesy of the outdoor movie screen.
March 2021 – Royal Caribbean’s Vision of the Seas is set to return to the Caribbean in June 2021. Vision’s 7-night cruises from Bermuda offer travelers a full day and overnight in Bermuda and a visit to Perfect Day at CocoCay as well as a variety of onboard dining options, including Izumi and signature steakhouse Chops Grille, entertainment, and activities such as the deck-defying rock-climbing wall and movie nights under the stars – courtesy of the outdoor movie screen.
March 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas out sailing the North Sea during sea trials. The sea trials are one of the final milestones in the construction of a new ship; it’s when the 169,000-gross-ton ship and its innerworkings are put to the test, from the azipods – propulsion systems that help with maneuvering – to the navigation system and engines. Odyssey makes a highly anticipated debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
March 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas out sailing the North Sea during sea trials. The sea trials are one of the final milestones in the construction of a new ship; it’s when the 169,000-gross-ton ship and its innerworkings are put to the test, from the azipods – propulsion systems that help with maneuvering – to the navigation system and engines. Odyssey makes a highly anticipated debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
March 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas out sailing the North Sea during sea trials. The sea trials are one of the final milestones in the construction of a new ship; it’s when the 169,000-gross-ton ship and its innerworkings are put to the test, from the azipods – propulsion systems that help with maneuvering – to the navigation system and engines. Odyssey makes a highly anticipated debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
March 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas out sailing the North Sea during sea trials. The sea trials are one of the final milestones in the construction of a new ship; it’s when the 169,000-gross-ton ship and its innerworkings are put to the test, from the azipods – propulsion systems that help with maneuvering – to the navigation system and engines. Odyssey makes a highly anticipated debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
March 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas out sailing the North Sea during sea trials. The sea trials are one of the final milestones in the construction of a new ship; it’s when the 169,000-gross-ton ship and its innerworkings are put to the test, from the azipods – propulsion systems that help with maneuvering – to the navigation system and engines. Odyssey makes a highly anticipated debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
March 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas out sailing the North Sea during sea trials. The sea trials are one of the final milestones in the construction of a new ship; it’s when the 169,000-gross-ton ship and its innerworkings are put to the test, from the azipods – propulsion systems that help with maneuvering – to the navigation system and engines. Odyssey makes a highly anticipated debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
Adventure of the Seas features The Perfect Storm duo of racer waterslides, a guest-favorite that boasts three stories of high-speed adventure. Cyclone and Typhoon take guests on the ultimate ride as they go head-to-head through twists and turns for bragging rights.
Adventure of the Seas features The Perfect Storm duo of racer waterslides, a guest-favorite that boasts three stories of high-speed adventure. Cyclone and Typhoon take guests on the ultimate ride as they go head-to-head through twists and turns for bragging rights.
The amplified Navigator of the Seas offers something for every kind of traveler. The ship’s next-level adventures range from adrenaline-inducing features to an array of elevated dining and nightlife experiences, like The Blaster aqua coaster, the longest waterslide at sea; a resort-style Caribbean poolscape; the signature three-level bar The Lime & Coconut; and the first blow-dry bar at sea – To Dry For.
The amplified Navigator of the Seas offers something for every kind of traveler. The ship’s next-level adventures range from adrenaline-inducing features to an array of elevated dining and nightlife experiences, like The Blaster aqua coaster, the longest waterslide at sea; a resort-style Caribbean poolscape; the signature three-level bar The Lime & Coconut; and the first blow-dry bar at sea – To Dry For.
January 2020 - Coco Beach Club, the exclusive beach club at Perfect Day at CocoCay, touts the first floating cabanas in The Bahamas, a dedicated restaurant with upscale dining, an oceanfront infinity pool and beach cabanas with seaside views.
January 2020 - Coco Beach Club, the exclusive beach club at Perfect Day at CocoCay, touts the first floating cabanas in The Bahamas, a dedicated restaurant with upscale dining, an oceanfront infinity pool and beach cabanas with seaside views.
October 2019 - Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, Royal Caribbean’s new take on its signature Italian trattoria, will invite guests to gather for authentically rustic dishes on board the highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas that debuts in May 2021. From hand-tossed pizzas fresh out of the oven to charcuterie delights from the salumi e formaggi station, the dining venue serves up a “Sunday supper” experience every day of the week.
October 2019 - Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, Royal Caribbean’s new take on its signature Italian trattoria, will invite guests to gather for authentically rustic dishes on board the highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas that debuts in May 2021. From hand-tossed pizzas fresh out of the oven to charcuterie delights from the salumi e formaggi station, the dining venue serves up a “Sunday supper” experience every day of the week.
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