Do you live near New York, New Jersey, or Boston, and are you looking to book a cruise for next year but don’t want to travel too far? Then Royal Caribbean has got you covered.
The cruise line has released new cruises today that include a line-up for next year, and the year after, for three vessels to homeport in Boston and New York City. The ships will be sailing on voyages that range from 4-days long to a cool 11-days.
The destinations that the Adventure of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas, and Voyager of the Seas will sail to include New England and Canada and more tropical destinations like Bermuda Bahamas, A Perfect Day at CocoCay, and much more.
Adventure of the Seas
Adventure of the Seas will be returning to Bayonne, New Jersey, in 2022 to set sail on itineraries that include Bermuda, The Caribbean, and Canada. The cruise line plans to sail on 5-day city getaways for a burst of sunshine towards Bermuda and 9-day voyages to the eastern Caribbean.
These voyages include stops in Caribbean favorites like St. Maarten, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, and Royal Caribbean’s private destination, Labadee, in Haiti. The first Caribbean voyage to leave from New Jersey will be a 9-day voyage sailing on May 12, 2022.
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For those looking for some cooler weather, the 138,193 gross tons, 3,807 passenger Adventure of the Seas will also be sailing on 4- and 9-night voyages up the east coast towards ports like Halifax, Nova Scotia; Saint John, New Brunswick; Boston; Portland, and Bar Harbor, Maine.
The first Northeastern voyage the Adventure of the Seas will be sailing on will depart May 26, 2022, and sail towards Bar Harbor, Maine, and Halifax, Nova Scotia, before returning to Cape Liberty, New Jersey.
Anthem of the Seas
New York’s favorite Anthem of the Seas will be sailing from Southampton, England; in October 2022, it will be homeporting in the Big Apple. City dwellers can relax in the knowledge they are just a stone’s throw away from a relaxing 7-night, or 11-night, voyage towards the Caribbean and Bahamas.
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The 168,666 gross ton, 4,180 passenger cruise ship Anthem of the Seas will set out on 7-night cruises to The Bahamas, including full days in Nassau and Perfect Day CocoCay.
Are you looking to spend a little longer catching some sunshine? Guests can opt for one of Anthem’s 11-night southern Caribbean sailings to islands such as San Juan, Puerto Rico; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; St. John’s, Antigua; Castries, St. Lucia; and Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis.
Voyager of the Seas
Last but not least, Voyager of the Seas will be making her Boston Debut. The 3,602 passengers, 138,194 gross tons, the cruise ship will be sailing from Boston, Massachusets, on 7-day voyages North and South. 7-night sailings to Canada will bring guests to coastal towns, including Saint John, Halifax, Bar Harbor, and Portland, during the golden leaf season.
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The 7-night voyages to the Caribbean will stop in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and St. Thomas and a day of memory-making at Perfect Day at CocoCay.
If you are looking for a genuinely epic cruise, the Voyager of the Seas will be doing a 14-night Arctic Crossing from Denmark on September 4, 2022, which will see the ship sailing through the rugged and unspoiled landscapes of Iceland and Greenland.
There is certainly more than enough to look forward to as more and more cruise lines release their itineraries for next year and the year after. We can’t wait!