Royal Caribbean International will have 6 ships in Civitavecchia Port of Rome in 2018.
Independence of the Seas and Navigator of the Seas will sail out of Southampton, the same 2 vessels sailing from the United Kingdom this year. The ships will explore the Mediterranean (Independence will be in Civitavecchia on July and September. Navigator on May, August, and September), and Canary Islands, as well as Morocco. Independence of the Seas will offer a new Northern Europe cruise, including a visit to Rotterdam.
Jewel of the Seas will feature departures from Rome on 7 and 9-night cruises to Greece and Turkey, as well as 7-night Western Mediterranean voyages visiting Spain and France.
Vision of the Seas will explore Northern Europe, Vision OTS will be at Civitavecchia Port from May to October 2018.
Royal Caribbean International as founded on 1968 in Norway. The RCI other brands are Azamara Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, CDF Croisieres (France), and Pullmantur Cruises (Spain).
With a fleet of young and modern ships, Royal Caribbean invests relentlessly for the development of new products and services that can make your holidays onboard experience rich and memorable.
On the company’s ships, you will find, for example, the walls for climbing (rock climbing), the skating rinks and surf simulators!
The Caribbean and the Antilles islands are the main navigation areas of Royal Caribbean cruises. But not only, the Royal Caribbean ships travel the seas around the world: Europe, Asia, South America, Canada and Alaska … Since 2012, numerous low cost Royal Caribbean cruises are available departing from the main ports of the Mediterranean: Civitavecchia Port of Rome included.
Ships of the Royal Caribbean International cruise are divided into different classes, including Freedom, Voyager, Radiance, Vision and Sovereign, each offering a wide range of services on board. The Sovereign class is probably one of the most luxurious, with plenty of activities on board: casino, theater, basketball court and spa.