ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS TO MAKE BOLD, EUROPEAN ENTRANCE, ARRIVING TO ROME FOR FIRST MEDITERRANEAN SEASON

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ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS TO MAKE BOLD, EUROPEAN ENTRANCE, ARRIVING TO ROME FOR FIRST MEDITERRANEAN SEASON

The Game-changing Quantum Ultra Class Ship Ups the Ante with Extended Stays and Overnights in Bucket List-worthy Mediterranean Destinations, beginning April 2021

MIAMI, Dec. 18, 2019*Royal Caribbean International[1]’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas[2], will deliver a bold lineup of sought-after destinations as the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to homeport in Rome and sail through the Eastern Mediterranean for the summer season. Royal Caribbean’s game-changing ship will be the first to tout a combination of longer stays in every destination and overnights across some of the Mediterranean’s most luring cities and famed beach destinations. Debuting in April 2021, the highly anticipated ship will sail from Rome for its first season before continuing its inaugural year in Fort Lauderdale, FL with 8- and 6-night Caribbean itineraries. Odyssey’s Mediterranean cruises for summer 2021 open today for bookings.

Odyssey will take travelers on sun-soaked summer vacations in the Eastern Mediterranean on  7-, 9- and 12-night itineraries to the scenic shores and ancient ruins of Santorini, Mykonos, Athens and Rhodes, Greece; Ephesus, Turkey; Naples, Italy; Heraklion, Crete; and Haifa and Jerusalem, Israel. Vacationers will have more time than ever to explore local cultures with maximum time on shore, from longer days – up to 15 hours at every port — spent enjoying the multihued waters and beaches of Mykonos and waterfront tavernas of Santorini on 7-night getaways to the Greek Isles, to a double dose of destinations with overnight stays and two full days in Athens and Naples on both 9-night Greek Isles and 12-night Holy Land sailings.

Odyssey will set the standard for delivering unforgettable European adventures, on which travelers will cruise to an exceptional combination of destinations that are in a league of their own as the most popular ports in the Eastern Mediterranean,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “With extended stays and overnights, Royal Caribbean is combining amazing itineraries with our game-changing ship to create a truly one-of-a-kind Europe vacation.”

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