Royal Caribbean has announced 2018 European deployment, headlined by the fleet’s newest ship Symphony of the Seas.
The cruise line also will introduce a Holyhead as a new brand new port-of-call for the 2018 summer season.
Destinations returning to European itineraries in 2018 include: Flam, Molde, and Skjolden in Norway and Isafjordur, Iceland.
Ben Bouldin, Royal Caribbean’s Managing Director of UK & Ireland said: “We’re proud to sail 24 of the world’s most innovative cruise ships to over 250 destinations worldwide and excited to announce our extraordinary 2018 UK and European deployment itineraries.”
The 2018 deployment includes:
- Independence of the Seas – sailings to the Mediterranean and Canaries, as well as Northern and Western Europe
- Navigator of the Seas – sailings to the Mediterranean, Canaries, Western Europe, and the Baltics with overnight stop in St Petersburg.
- Brilliance of the Seas – sailings to the Baltic and British Isles
From Venice / Rome
- Jewel of the Seas – sailing between the Greek Isles and the Western Mediterranean
- Rhapsody of the Seas – sailing between ‘Greece & Croatia’ and ‘Greek Isles
From Copenhagen / Stockholm
- Serenade of the Seas – will sail a variety of sailings, including Scandinavia & Russia, the Fjords and the Arctic Circle in early summer and August
- Symphony of the Seas – will sail 7 night Western Mediterranean voyages
- Vision of the Seas – will alternate the ‘Mediterranean Venice’ and ‘Mediterranean Greek Isles’ sailings