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Odyssey of the Seas Steel Cutting to Delivery Mashup

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Odyssey of the Seas to Debut in South Florida, Arriving July 2021

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

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Odyssey of the Seas Floating Out

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

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Odyssey of the Seas Steel Cutting at Meyer Werft

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Returning to U.S., Europe and Australia 2021-22 B-roll

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Friday, June 04, 2021
CALLING ALL VACATIONERS: ROYAL CARIBBEAN ANNOUNCES U.S. COMEBACK FOR SUMMER
Friday, June 04, 2021
ROYAL CARIBBEAN ANUNCIA EL REGRESO DESDE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS PARA ESTE VERANO
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
AN EPIC ODYSSEY CONTINUES – ROYAL CARIBBEAN WELCOMES BRAND-NEW SHIP
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
ROYAL CARIBBEAN DA LA BIENVENIDA A ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS, SU NUEVO BARCO
Wednesday, March 31, 2021

הספינה החדשה של ROYAL CARIBBEAN בדרכה לישראל

Thursday, March 11, 2021
ROYAL CARIBBEAN WILL WOW GUESTS WITH STUNNING LONG CARIBBEAN SAILINGS
Monday, March 01, 2021
ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS REACHES KEY CONSTRUCTION MILESTONE 
 
Monday, March 01, 2021
ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS LOGRA UNA META EN SU CONSTRUCCIÓN
Monday, March 01, 2021

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

Monday, March 01, 2021
ROYAL CARIBBEAN DICE “SHALOM, ISRAEL” CON EL DEBUT DEL ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS
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

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June 2021 - Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas, arrives at its homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the first time. The first Quantum Ultra Class ship to cruise from the U.S., which features SeaPlex - the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea - and a vibrant, Caribbean-inspired pool deck, will sail 6- and 8-night Caribbean cruises beginning July 2021.
June 2021 - Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas, arrives at its homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the first time. The first Quantum Ultra Class ship to cruise from the U.S., which features SeaPlex - the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea - and a vibrant, Caribbean-inspired pool deck, will sail 6- and 8-night Caribbean cruises beginning July 2021.
June 2021 - Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas, arrives at its homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the first time. The first Quantum Ultra Class ship to cruise from the U.S., which features SeaPlex - the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea - and a vibrant, Caribbean-inspired pool deck, will sail 6- and 8-night Caribbean cruises beginning July 2021.
June 2021 - Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas, arrives at its homeport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida for the first time. The first Quantum Ultra Class ship to cruise from the U.S., which features SeaPlex - the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea - and a vibrant, Caribbean-inspired pool deck, will sail 6- and 8-night Caribbean cruises beginning July 2021.
Odyssey of the Seas sports a whole new look and 12 all-new and first-to-brand adventures. Guests of all ages can choose from a lineup of experiences, including a Caribbean-inspired pool deck, the North Star glass observation capsule, SeaPlex – the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea – and world-class restaurants, including the new Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar.
Odyssey of the Seas sports a whole new look and 12 all-new and first-to-brand adventures. Guests of all ages can choose from a lineup of experiences, including a Caribbean-inspired pool deck, the North Star glass observation capsule, SeaPlex – the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea – and world-class restaurants, including the new Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar.
Odyssey of the Seas sports a whole new look and 12 all-new and first-to-brand adventures. Guests of all ages can choose from a lineup of experiences, including a Caribbean-inspired pool deck, the North Star glass observation capsule, SeaPlex – the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea – and world-class restaurants, including the new Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar.
Odyssey of the Seas sports a whole new look and 12 all-new and first-to-brand adventures. Guests of all ages can choose from a lineup of experiences, including a Caribbean-inspired pool deck, the North Star glass observation capsule, SeaPlex – the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea – and world-class restaurants, including the new Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar.
A bird’s-eye view of Odyssey of the Seas, the first of its kind to cruise from the U.S. when it sets sail from South Florida in July 2021. The new ship delivers something for everyone from bow to stern, with 12 all-new and first-to-brand experiences that span adventures, from a signature VR, bungee trampoline experience to glow-in-the-dark laser tag, restaurants with flavors from around the world, dedicated kids and teens programs, and more.
A bird’s-eye view of Odyssey of the Seas, the first of its kind to cruise from the U.S. when it sets sail from South Florida in July 2021. The new ship delivers something for everyone from bow to stern, with 12 all-new and first-to-brand experiences that span adventures, from a signature VR, bungee trampoline experience to glow-in-the-dark laser tag, restaurants with flavors from around the world, dedicated kids and teens programs, and more.
A bird’s-eye view of Odyssey of the Seas, the first of its kind to cruise from the U.S. when it sets sail from South Florida in July 2021. The new ship delivers something for everyone from bow to stern, with 12 all-new and first-to-brand experiences that span adventures, from a signature VR, bungee trampoline experience to glow-in-the-dark laser tag, restaurants with flavors from around the world, dedicated kids and teens programs, and more.
A bird’s-eye view of Odyssey of the Seas, the first of its kind to cruise from the U.S. when it sets sail from South Florida in July 2021. The new ship delivers something for everyone from bow to stern, with 12 all-new and first-to-brand experiences that span adventures, from a signature VR, bungee trampoline experience to glow-in-the-dark laser tag, restaurants with flavors from around the world, dedicated kids and teens programs, and more.
A bird’s-eye view of Odyssey of the Seas, the first of its kind to cruise from the U.S. when it sets sail from South Florida in July 2021. The new ship delivers something for everyone from bow to stern, with 12 all-new and first-to-brand experiences that span adventures, from a signature VR, bungee trampoline experience to glow-in-the-dark laser tag, restaurants with flavors from around the world, dedicated kids and teens programs, and more.
A bird’s-eye view of Odyssey of the Seas, the first of its kind to cruise from the U.S. when it sets sail from South Florida in July 2021. The new ship delivers something for everyone from bow to stern, with 12 all-new and first-to-brand experiences that span adventures, from a signature VR, bungee trampoline experience to glow-in-the-dark laser tag, restaurants with flavors from around the world, dedicated kids and teens programs, and more.
Odyssey of the Seas sports a whole new look and 12 all-new and first-to-brand adventures. Guests of all ages can choose from a lineup of experiences, including a Caribbean-inspired pool deck, the North Star glass observation capsule, SeaPlex – the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea – and world-class restaurants, including the new Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar.
Odyssey of the Seas sports a whole new look and 12 all-new and first-to-brand adventures. Guests of all ages can choose from a lineup of experiences, including a Caribbean-inspired pool deck, the North Star glass observation capsule, SeaPlex – the largest indoor and outdoor activity complex at sea – and world-class restaurants, including the new Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar.
April 2021* – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. The new ship boasts a varied lineup of dining options, including Teppanyaki. With a menu of Far East flavors prepared in style, Teppanyaki will make its North American debut when the ship first sets sail from its homeport of Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.*Updated June 2021
April 2021* – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. The new ship boasts a varied lineup of dining options, including Teppanyaki. With a menu of Far East flavors prepared in style, Teppanyaki will make its North American debut when the ship first sets sail from its homeport of Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.
*Updated June 2021
April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. The new ship’s next-generation SeaPlex is the largest indoor and outdoor activity space at sea, and it touts laser tag, bumper cars, a sports court, interactive games and its first Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. The new ship’s next-generation SeaPlex is the largest indoor and outdoor activity space at sea, and it touts laser tag, bumper cars, a sports court, interactive games and its first Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar is Royal Caribbean’s new take on its signature Italian trattoria. The specialty restaurant serves up hand-tossed pizzas, homemade pasta, a complete charcuterie station, limoncello, wines and more.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar is Royal Caribbean’s new take on its signature Italian trattoria. The specialty restaurant serves up hand-tossed pizzas, homemade pasta, a complete charcuterie station, limoncello, wines and more.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. A Caribbean-inspired pool deck takes island-hopping in the Mediterranean and Caribbean to the next level. Highlights include resort-style pools, The Lime & Coconut, a vibrant three-story bar, on-the-go bites at El Loco Fresh; and North Star, the glass observation capsule that offers 360-degree views from as high as 300 feet.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. A Caribbean-inspired pool deck takes island-hopping in the Mediterranean and Caribbean to the next level. Highlights include resort-style pools, The Lime & Coconut, a vibrant three-story bar, on-the-go bites at El Loco Fresh; and North Star, the glass observation capsule that offers 360-degree views from as high as 300 feet.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. Kids and teens can enjoy dedicated spaces designed just for them – Adventure Ocean and Social180, respectively. Social180 also features a private outdoor deck, The Patio, complete with sweeping ocean views, games and nooks for reading, catching up or kicking back.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. Kids and teens can enjoy dedicated spaces designed just for them – Adventure Ocean and Social180, respectively. Social180 also features a private outdoor deck, The Patio, complete with sweeping ocean views, games and nooks for reading, catching up or kicking back.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. On deck aboard the new ship are adventures of all kinds, including Sky Pad, a bungee trampoline virtual reality adventure, skydiving at RipCord by iFly, the signature FlowRider surf simulator, and rock climbing.

April 2021 – A first look inside Odyssey of the Seas. On deck aboard the new ship are adventures of all kinds, including Sky Pad, a bungee trampoline virtual reality adventure, skydiving at RipCord by iFly, the signature FlowRider surf simulator, and rock climbing.

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* – 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 its highly anticipated debut when it sets sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.
*Updated June 2021
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 its highly anticipated debut when it sets sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.

*Updated June 2021

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 its highly anticipated debut when it sets sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.
*Updated June 2021
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 its highly anticipated debut when it sets sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.

*Updated June 2021

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 its highly anticipated debut when it sets sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.
*Updated June 2021
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 its highly anticipated debut when it sets sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July 2021.

*Updated June 2021

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.

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Returning to the U.S. and Europe 2021
Returning to the U.S. and Europe 2021
October 2019* – Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas will tout a vibrant, new look to match the fleet’s most action-packed top deck to date and a mix of record-holding hits and groundbreaking firsts for a game-changing cruise vacation. The second Quantum Ultra Class ship arrives to South Florida in July 2021. *Updated June 2021
October 2019* – Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas will tout a vibrant, new look to match the fleet’s most action-packed top deck to date and a mix of record-holding hits and groundbreaking firsts for a game-changing cruise vacation. The second Quantum Ultra Class ship arrives to South Florida in July 2021. *Updated June 2021
Odyssey of the Seas Conveyance Infographic
Odyssey of the Seas Conveyance Infographic
Traslado del Odyssey of the Seas
Traslado del Odyssey of the Seas
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