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Plan Your European Cruises With Royal Caribbean 2025 Lineup

Royal Caribbean International reveals 2025 European cruises
Royal Caribbean International announces European cruises for 2025 [Image by Helga from Pixabay]
Royal Caribbean International has announced its exciting lineup of European cruises for 2025. This includes six of the cruise lines ships, sailing from five popular destinations. Among the itineraries is Allure of the Seas in Barcelona, along with Brilliance, Explorer, Independence, Odyssey and Voyager of the Seas. Feeling excited yet? Read on to find out more about Royal Caribbean’s offerings for 2025.

Royal Caribbean rolls out 2025 European cruises

According to the cruise line, Royal Caribbean has announced its lineup of European cruises for 2025. Meanwhile, the sailings range from two to 12 nights in destinations including Croatia, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Moreover, the new summer 2025 European cruises are already open for bookings on the cruise line’s website now for Crown & Anchor loyalty members, with the official opening on Thursday, November 9.

Highlight of summer 2025 cruises

European cruises in 2025
European cruises [Image by postcardtrip from Pixabay]

– Odyssey of the Seas

Odyssey is to set sail from Rome for 7- to 12-night adventures from popular locations such as Crete, Mykonos, Rhodes and Santorini in Greece. Moreover, passengers will visit Limassol in Cyprus, Ephesus in Turkey and Naples in Italy.

Moreover, Odyssey will be the first cruise ship of its kind to overnight in Istanbul as part of the new, 10-night vacation. While sailing, passengers can enjoy the resort-style pool deck, skydiving at RipCord by iFly, and North Star, the highest viewing deck on a cruise ship.

– Allure of the Seas

Royal Caribbean reveals European cruises for 2025
Royal Caribbean [Image by lovelights from Pixabay]
Among the sailings, Allure of the Seas sails from Barcelona and Rome for seven nights. On this sailing, guests will visit idyllic locations in Italy, Spain and France. Along the way, passengers will see major landmarks like the Leaning Tower of Pisa, a visit to the home of pizza in Naples and the culture and beaches of Mallorca.

Meanwhile, Allure’s Oasis Class offers adventures like FlowRider surf simulators, rock-climbing walls and a nine-story-high zip line. For dining, the cruise ship’s restaurants offer a range of delights, including Italian dishes, American steakhouse classics, Japanese sushi and hibachi. Moreover, guests will get to enjoy the theatrical hit, Mamma Mia!

– Explorer of the Seas

This cruise ship is set to sail from Ravenna, sailing on the Aegean and Adriatic seas on three, different 7-night itineraries. These will offer guests a mix of beaches, crystal-clear waters, and mountains in locations such as Athens and Argostoli in Greece, and Dubrovnik and Split in Croatia. Meanwhile, the cruise ship will also visit Kotor in Montenegro.

While onboard the Explorer, guests can enjoy great cuisine at the steakhouse, Chops Grille, Italian flavors at Giovanni’s Table, and sushi and sashimi at Izumi.

– Brilliance of the Seas

Brilliance will sail from Athens, offering two, 7-night adventures in Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. Moreover, passengers will enjoy vistas of the iconic blue domes of Mykonos while sipping tasty cocktails on board, visiting Limassol’s Marina and exploring fascinating ancient history such as the 15th-century castle in Bodrum, Turkey.

– Independence of the Seas

European cruises
European cruises [Image by Gaye Clifford from Pixabay]
The Independence of the Seas sails from Southampton for the first time in six years, offering a selection of 2- to 12-night sailings. Guests will be able to explore the culture of Bruges in Belgium on a short sail. Moreover, the seven-night cruises will explore destinations like the Norwegian Fjords, as well as France, Portugal and Spain. The major highlights of the itineraries are visits to Spain’s Bilbao and Canary Islands, Copenhagen in Denmark, Lisbon, and the Azores Islands of Portugal, along with Paris and Norway.

– Voyager of the Seas

Meanwhile, Voyager sails from Athens, Barcelona, Ravenna, and Rome on seven-night sailings to the Eastern and Western Mediterranean. Along the way, passengers will get to visit exciting destinations such as Sicily and Sardinia in Italy, Valencia in Spain, plus overnights at Santorini and Istanbul. Moreover, guests will enjoy a visit to Old Town Dubrovnik and Nice, along with many onboard adventures.

Visit Royal Caribbean’s website for more details or to make a booking for 2025.


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