Bar-raising, gravity-defying, game-changing. That’s how Royal Caribbean describe the latest ship in its adrenaline-fuelled, packed-full-of-fun fleet.
Odyssey of the Seas will become the second Ultra Quantum-class ship, sister to the recently-launched Spectrum of the Seas and crammed full of the same features. Best of all, Odyssey of the Seas is coming straight to our doorstep, sailing cruises in Europe in 2021 after spending its first season in the Caribbean.
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There are great holidays and then there are great adventures. Odyssey of the Seas promises both, with attractions like RipCord, the sky-diving simulator, a North Star observation capsule 300ft above the ocean, a two-deck tall Two70 entertainment hub and the SeaPlex. This Royal Caribbean International signature is a hive of activity, where any misconceptions that cruising might be boring are quickly replaced by activities like roller skating, bumper cars or circus schools. Did someone say ‘trapeze’? It’s time to let all your Greatest Showman fantasies come to the fore, all with a sea view.
With even more attractions set to be unveiled over the coming months, ahead of Odyssey of the Seas Europe itineraries going on sale in November 2019, the newest ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet will be the most technologically-advanced, tricked-out family cruise ship around for holidays in 2020.
Royal Caribbean’s new ship will spend its first season in the Caribbean following its launch in November 2020. Cruises from Fort Lauderdale to the Caribbean will vary in length from six to 8-nights, callings at Cozumel, George Town, Aruba, Curacao and Royal Caribbean’s exclusive private island hideaway, Perfect Day at CocoCay, depending on itinerary.
After a maiden season in the Caribbean, Odyssey of the Seas will relocate to Europe. While itineraries are still to be revealed, rumour on the street is that the latest Royal Caribbean Ship will cruise from Barcelona. Stay tuned for more details on her European sailings, due to go on sale in November.
Odyssey of the Seas Caribbean cruises are on sale now.
» 16 decks
» 4,200 passengers
» 24 restaurants & bars
» 21 dining options: Italian, teppanyaki & Mexican
» 3 Pools
» Island-style pool deck
» Bungee trampoline VR experience