Royal Caribbean International has announced that six of its ships will begin sailing from major United States cruise ports in Florida and Texas in July and August.
The comeback will kick off on July 2nd in Miami, with Freedom of the Seas embarking on a special Fourth of July weekend sailing to Perfect Day at CocoCay.
By the end of August, 12 Royal Caribbean ships will be cruising once again across the Bahamas, Caribbean, Alaska and Europe.
On the heels of the first cruise in Royal Caribbean’s return to the United States will be the debut of the brand-new Odyssey of the Seas on July 3rd.
The ship will set sail from Fort Lauderdale on new six- and eight-night Caribbean cruises, to soon be followed by Allure, Symphony, Independence and Mariner of the Seas.
In the coming weeks, the cruise line will announce its plans to reintroduce its full fleet around the globe by year’s end.
The 2021 summer cruises are available to book today.
“This is it. Holidaymakers can finally plan to take their precious time off this summer and truly get away after what has been a challenging time for everyone.
“I would like to sincerely thank our guests and travel partners for their…