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Game-changing Odyssey of the Seas to Debut in Israel, Arriving May 2021

Odyssey of the Seas Construction Sneak Peek: Royal Caribbean’s Newest Ship

Odyssey of the Seas Floating Out

Revealing the Bold, New Odyssey of the Seas, Sailing May 2021

Odyssey of the Seas Steel Cutting at Meyer Werft

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Monday, March 01, 2021
ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS REACHES KEY CONSTRUCTION MILESTONE 
 
Monday, March 01, 2021

ROYAL CARIBBEAN SAYS “SHALOM, ISRAEL” WITH ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS DEBUT

Monday, March 01, 2021

חדשה עולמית: ענקית השיט ROYAL CARIBBEAN מודיעה באופן היסטורי על כניסתה לישראל בחודשים הקרובים!

Thursday, December 03, 2020

ROYAL CARIBBEAN ANNOUNCES BOLD EUROPEAN LINEUP IN 2022

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS TO MAKE BOLD, EUROPEAN ENTRANCE, ARRIVING TO ROME FOR FIRST MEDITERRANEAN SEASON

Thursday, October 24, 2019

ROYAL CARIBBEAN UNVEILS BOLD FEATURES ON NEW ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS

Friday, September 13, 2019
ROYAL CARIBBEAN TO WELCOME FIRST QUANTUM ULTRA CLASS SHIP TO NORTH AMERICA

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March 2021 – The highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone – a 10-plus-hour conveyance. Escorted by two tugboats, the ship slowly traveled backward 20 miles (32 kilometers) down the Ems River to reach the North Sea.
March 2021 – The highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone – a 10-plus-hour conveyance. Escorted by two tugboats, the ship slowly traveled backward 20 miles (32 kilometers) down the Ems River to reach the North Sea.
March 2021 – After months of planning, Odyssey of the Seas’ 10-plus-hour conveyance has bridges opened or removed for the ship to safely sail 20 miles (32 kilometers) down the Ems River.
March 2021 – After months of planning, Odyssey of the Seas’ 10-plus-hour conveyance has bridges opened or removed for the ship to safely sail 20 miles (32 kilometers) down the Ems River.
March 2021 – Odyssey of the Seas passes the autobahn on its 20-mile (32-kilometer), 10-plus-hour conveyance down the Ems River.
March 2021 – Odyssey of the Seas passes the autobahn on its 20-mile (32-kilometer), 10-plus-hour conveyance down the Ems River.
March 2021 – The highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone – a 10-plus-hour conveyance to the North Sea. The 20-mile (32-kilometer) journey to the open sea via the Ems River began at night at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
March 2021 – The highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone – a 10-plus-hour conveyance to the North Sea. The 20-mile (32-kilometer) journey to the open sea via the Ems River began at night at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
March 2021 – Royal Caribbean's game-changing new ship Odyssey of the Seas completed its 10-plus-hour, 20-mile (32-kilometer) conveyance down the Ems River to reach the North Sea, in preparation for her sea trials and delivery.
March 2021 – Royal Caribbean's game-changing new ship Odyssey of the Seas completed its 10-plus-hour, 20-mile (32-kilometer) conveyance down the Ems River to reach the North Sea, in preparation for her sea trials and delivery.
March 2021 – The highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone – a 10-plus-hour conveyance. Escorted by two tugboats, the ship slowly traveled backward 20 miles (32 kilometers) down the Ems River to reach the North Sea.
March 2021 – The highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone – a 10-plus-hour conveyance. Escorted by two tugboats, the ship slowly traveled backward 20 miles (32 kilometers) down the Ems River to reach the North Sea.
January 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, outside of the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The Quantum Ultra Class ship is nearing the final stages of construction before her delivery in Spring 2021.
January 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, outside of the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The Quantum Ultra Class ship is nearing the final stages of construction before her delivery in Spring 2021.
January 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, outside of the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The Quantum Ultra Class ship is nearing the final stages of construction before her delivery in Spring 2021.
January 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, outside of the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The Quantum Ultra Class ship is nearing the final stages of construction before her delivery in Spring 2021.
January 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, outside of the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The Quantum Ultra Class ship is nearing the final stages of construction before her delivery in Spring 2021.
January 2021 - Odyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, outside of the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The Quantum Ultra Class ship is nearing the final stages of construction before her delivery in Spring 2021.
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
November 2020 – Odyssey of the Seas reaches its next construction milestone at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Debuting in spring of 2021, the Quantum Ultra Class ship was floated out of the building hall to transfer docks – a process that took more than seven hours. 
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 – from hand-tossed pizzas fresh out of the oven to charcuterie delights from the salumi e formaggi station – for a “Sunday supper” experience every day of the week. Odyssey debuts in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and then heads to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.*Updated February 2021
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 – from hand-tossed pizzas fresh out of the oven to charcuterie delights from the salumi e formaggi station – for a “Sunday supper” experience every day of the week. Odyssey debuts in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and then heads to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
*Updated February 2021
October 2019 – Odyssey of the Seas will combine the best of Quantum Class with new Royal Caribbean favorite Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade, now boasting a prime location within SeaPlex. With TVs at every angle to cheer on the home team and club-level views of the competition below, sports fans won’t miss a beat. Odyssey debuts in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and then heads to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.*Updated February 2021
October 2019 – Odyssey of the Seas will combine the best of Quantum Class with new Royal Caribbean favorite Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade, now boasting a prime location within SeaPlex. With TVs at every angle to cheer on the home team and club-level views of the competition below, sports fans won’t miss a beat. Odyssey debuts in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 and then heads to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November.
*Updated February 2021
October 2019 – Royal Caribbean’s new Odyssey of the Seas will be the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to feature two open-air, resort-style pools. Designed for downtime under the sun and stars, Odyssey will debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 before heading to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November to sail to the eastern, southern and western Caribbean.*Updated February 2021
October 2019 – Royal Caribbean’s new Odyssey of the Seas will be the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to feature two open-air, resort-style pools. Designed for downtime under the sun and stars, Odyssey will debut in Haifa, Israel in May 2021 before heading to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November to sail to the eastern, southern and western Caribbean.
*Updated February 2021
October 2019 – Debuting May 2021 in Haifa, Israel for her inaugural summer season,Odyssey of the Seas will tout a vibrant, two-level pool deck, where two resort-style pools, a kids aqua park and four whirlpools are surrounded by shady casitas and hammocks, perfect for enjoying the sea breeze under the sun and stars. *Updated February 2021
October 2019 – Debuting May 2021 in Haifa, Israel for her inaugural summer season,Odyssey of the Seas will tout a vibrant, two-level pool deck, where two resort-style pools, a kids aqua park and four whirlpools are surrounded by shady casitas and hammocks, perfect for enjoying the sea breeze under the sun and stars. 
*Updated February 2021

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Odyssey of the Seas Conveyance Infographic
Odyssey of the Seas Conveyance Infographic
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