Entire Royal Caribbean International fleet to be sailing by next spring

Royal Caribbean International will have its entire fleet in service by spring 2022.All 26 ships will be returning to their homes in the new schedule, which is similar to the previously announced plans. This includes a return to California as well as the beginning of the first winter season from Barbados.The next group of 13 ships returning to the seas will sail in September. Oasis of the Seas will make its debut from the New York region with a seven-night itinerary to the line's private island destination, Perfect Day At CocoCay (The Bahamas) with Oasis of the Seas.The ships will resume sailing in Alaska, Asia and the Bahamas as part of their planned return to sailing.More: Royal Caribbean will promote sailing to British islands from GreeceEvery ship that is returning to port will be equipped with the latest health precautions, which have ensured the safety of crew members and passengers.Royal Caribbean requires that all passengers and crew members of Royal Caribbean are fully vaccinated against Covid-19Michael Bayley, President and Chief Executive Officer: We are thrilled and grateful to be able say with confidence when all our ships will return. This is especially important for travelers looking to plan their vacations in the future.Since December, more than 110,000 people have cruised with us. They've had a great time and are safe while still enjoying the unforgettable vacations that they know well.It was amazing to see families reunite onboard our ships as we sailed in the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. It is amazing to know that we will soon be able to welcome even more people in a safe environment when the entire fleet returns by spring 2022.The fleet returns to 2021-22:Oasis of the Seas 7 night Bahamas cruises depart Cape Liberty, New Jersey on September 5, and end in Miamiin November for 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries.Liberty of the Seas 7 night western Caribbean cruises departing from Galveston (Texas) on October 3rd.Serenade of the Seas 4 and 5-night Western Caribbean Cruises departing from Tampa, Florida on October 16th; 7-night Caribbean Itineraries departing December 16th.Explorer of the Seas 7 night southern Caribbean sailings departing from San Juan, Puerto Rico on November 7.Navigator of The Seas 3-, 4-, and 5-night Catalina Island, California cruises, as well as Ensenada, Cabo San Lucas and Mexico cruises, departing from Los Angeles on November 19.Grandeur of The Seas 7-night and 14-night sailings in the southern Caribbean starting from Bridgetown, Barbados on December 5Ovation of the Seas Domestic Itineraries 2- to 10-nights in Australia starting from Sydney, December 13Brilliance of the Seas 4-night Bahamas cruises and 5-night western Caribbean cruises departing from Tampa on December 16Enchantment of the Seas 8 night Bahamas sailings and select 12-night cruises to the southern Caribbean starting from Baltimore, December 23rdVision of the Seas 10 and 11-night itineraries in the southern Caribbean, starting from Fort Lauderdale, Florida on January 24, 2022Voyager of the Seas 7 and 9-night cruises to Northern Europe departing from Barcelona on April 15, 2022Radiance of The Seas 7-night Alaska sailings departing Vancouver on April 29, 2022Rhapsody of the Seas 7 night Mediterranean and Greek Isles Itineraries sailing from the port of Rome, starting May 23, 2022More: Royal Caribbean will promote sailing to British islands from Greece