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Royal Caribbean Reveals Cruise Lineup For 2025-26

Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas
Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas [Image by dmsgy4 from Pixabay]
Royal Caribbean has just unveiled its cruise lineup for 2025-26 and bookings are already open for members of the cruise line’s loyalty program, the Crown & Anchor Society. Meanwhile, bookings for the general public also opened on February 15, 2024. Read on to find out what Royal Caribbean has lined up for cruisers in the coming two years.

Royal Caribbean cruises for 2025-26

During the summer and winter of 2025-26, Royal Caribbean’s cruise ships will set sail from seven US cities in Florida, Texas, the Northeast and Puerto Rico. Meanwhile, cruise itineraries will range from five to 12 nights. A breakdown of the upcoming cruises is included below.

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Royal Caribbean International announces cruises for 2025-26 [Image by Helga from Pixabay

Odyssey of the Seas: homeport at Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey

The cruise ship’s itinerary includes Caribbean getaways to The Bahamas. In each case, stops will be made at Royal Caribbean’s private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay.

Allure of the Seas: Sailing from Fort Lauderdale

This cruise ship will feature six- and eight-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises out of Fort Lauderdale. This will be followed by seven-night western Caribbean sailings out of Galveston.

Symphony of the Seas: homeport at Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey

The cruise ship sails from Bayonne during the summer of 2025 before returning to Miami in October 2025. After this, the Oasis-class cruise ship will offer seven-night eastern and western Caribbean voyages.

Liberty of the Seas: Sailing from Bayonne, New Jersey

The Liberty of the Seas will sail from Bayonne and will offer four-, five- and nine-night cruises to the eastern Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada and New England.

Brilliance of the Seas: Sailing from Boston

This cruise ship will feature seven-night cruises from Boston to Atlantic Canada. This is followed by southern Caribbean sailings, departing from Puerto Rico.

Jewel of the Seas: Sailing from homeport in Puerto Rico

The Jewel of the Seas will offer seven-night southern Caribbean getaways.

Vision of the Seas: Sailing from Baltimore

This cruise ship will feature roundtrip sailings from Baltimore to Bermuda, Perfect Day at CocoCay or Canada. This is followed by cruises to The Bahamas and the southern Caribbean.

Other exciting news from Royal Caribbean

The cruise line is looking forward to the launch of the Utopia of the Seas this coming summer and Royal Caribbean is already dreaming of her sister ship. Jason Liberty, President and CEO, of Royal Caribbean Group announced:

While we eagerly anticipate the debut of Royal Caribbean’s Utopia of the Seas this summer, we’re already dreaming up her sister ship and the next installation in the brand’s extremely popular Oasis Class.

Across our three brands, we are focused on continuously challenging ourselves to deliver the ultimate vacation experience.

While as yet, there is no more information about the upcoming cruise ship, it will make its maiden voyage in 2028, so that’s something to look forward to.

Like other ships, Royal Caribbean’s largest cruise ships in the Oasis Class, feature the neighborhood concept, a split superstructure design and multiple entertainment options. These include fun on the air, ice, water and the stage on the new, as yet unnamed cruise ship.


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