Royal Caribbean opens bookings for Europe 2023 sailings
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Royal Caribbean opens bookings for Europe 2023 sailings

MIAMI — Royal Caribbean has opened the books on its 2023 European summer itineraries, with sailings to 25+ countries onboard nine of its ships.

Departures start in May 2023 and cruises range from five to 12 nights.

Here’s a quick look …

  • Odyssey of the Seas (cruising from Rome)
    One of Royal Caribbean’s newest additions, Odyssey of the Seas, returns to Europe after its first summer in the region in 2022. Seven- to 9-night cruises from Rome to Naples head to the Greek Isles and Turkey, plus there are 12-night Holy Land sailings to Limassol, Ephesus and Jerusalem.
  • Symphony of the Seas (cruising from Barcelona & Rome)
    Symphony heads to the Western Med for 7-night cruises, from Barcelona or Rome, to bucket list destinations like Naples, Palma de Mallorca and Provence.
  • Serenade of the Seas (cruising from Barcelona)
    Serenade will sail 8-night itineraries to the Western Med, 12-night cruises to the Greek Isles and 5-night sailings to Italy and France.
  • Explorer of the Seas (cruising from Venice / Ravenna)
    New to Ravenna, Italy, Explorer will explore the Aegean Sea and visit Olympia, Greece – the birthplace of the Olympic Games – for the first time, among several picturesque destinations. Seven-night cruises will sail to the Greek Isles and beyond to Kotor, Montenegro, and Chania, Crete.
  • Brilliance of the Seas (cruising from Rome, Venice (Ravenna), Athens & Barcelona)
    Brilliance will offer passengers a choice of four European cities to start and complete their adventures in the Western Med, Greek Isles and Adriatic Sea. The 7-night cruises will sail from Rome to Athens; Athens to Venice; Venice to Barcelona; and Barcelona to Rome.
  • Rhapsody of the Seas (cruising from Haifa & Limassol)
    Rhapsody will be the first Royal Caribbean ship to sail from Limassol, Cyprus and Haifa, Israel, all in one season. The new summer combination consists of 7-night sailings to ports of call in Turkey, Israel and Greece, including first-time destinations for the cruise line, like Skiathos and Thessaloniki, Greece. Starting in September, the ship will take off on short 4- and 5-night getaways from Haifa and visit Cyprus and the Greek Isles.
  • Anthem of the Seas (cruising from Southampton)
    Anthem will call Southampton, England, home for the third consecutive year. The ship will sail 7-night itineraries to Spain and France, or the Norwegian Fjords.
  • Voyager of the Seas (cruising from Copenhagen & Stockholm)
    Voyager returns to Northern Europe, sailing from Copenhagen and Stockholm to offer a mix of 7- to 11-night itineraries around Scandinavian countries, Estonia and Russia. A longer 14-night sailing from San Juan to Copenhagen features an overnight in Bermuda and visits to St. Thomas, France and Belgium.
  • Jewel of the Seas (cruising from Amsterdam) Jewel will cruise roundtrip from Amsterdam on 12-night sailings to the Arctic Circle, the British Isles, Iceland and Ireland.