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Royal Caribbean European Bookings Now Open For Summer 2017

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As of March 4 2016 Royal Caribbean has opened bookings for the 2017 European summer season including the Eastern and Western Mediterranean. Let’s take a look at some highlights below from the cruise line.

Jewel of the Seas

The ship will sail from Italy on seven- and nine-night voyages that visit Greece and Turkey, as well as seven-night sailings through the Western Mediterranean – offered more frequently with additional departures dates in 2017 – visiting France, Spain and Italy.

Freedom of the Seas

The ship will host guests on seven-night sailings through the Western Mediterranean, departing from Barcelona, Spain.

Brilliance of the Seas

The vessel will navigate eight European destinations with a 12-night itinerary, departing from Barcelona, Spain.

Independence of the Seas

The ship will sail the Mediterranean and the Spanish Canary Islands from Southampton, England with itineraries that extend from 7 to 14 nights.

Navigator of the Seas

The ship will also sail the Mediterranean and the Spanish Canary Islands from Southampton, England with itineraries that extend from 7 to 14 nights.

Serenade of the Seas

The ship will head to northern Europe with a checklist of ports that includes Copenhagen, Denmark, Tromso, Norway and the Swedish capital of Stockholm.

Vision of the Seas

The ship will also sail northern Europe with a checklist of ports that includes Copenhagen, Denmark, Tromso, Norway and the Swedish capital of Stockholm.

It’s worth checking out the Royal Caribbean site and also taking a look at the cruise lines top 10 deals.

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