Royal Caribbean Itinerary 2014-2015 Ports
This is an RCCL itineraries review of all Royal Caribbean itinerary 2014-2015 changes. Compare all old and new Royal Caribbean destinations and cruise ports (see here also all home ports changes), with two new ships to be launched in 2014 and 2015.
List of Royal Caribbean cruise destinations
Our Royal Caribbean cruise Itinerary review starts with a concise info on the Royal Caribbean International destinations scheduled for 2014 and sailed by the RCCL ships (continents, countries, ports of departure and ports of call).
- Alaska - operated with 2 ships, departing from different ports on 7-day round-trip itineraries – one leaving from Vancouver and the other one out of Seattle, also with one-way relocation cruises to and from Australia with Hawaii.
- Asia itineraries – Southeast Asia itinerary from Singapore, East Asia with departures from China exclusively and 7-day Dubai cruises.
- Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific Islands (New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Fiji), all departing from Sydney.
- Canada (New England) – only with one ship leaving out of NYC, New York, with very limited number of sailings.
- CARIBBEAN - ports of departure in Florida (Miami, Tampa, Fort Lauderdale, Port Canaveral), New Orleans (Louisiana), Galveston (Texas), San Juan (Puerto Rico), also from Baltimore (Maryland), New York City and out of Colon (Panama).
- (Eastern Caribbean) Bahamas - visiting Nassau and Coco Cay (the line’s private island), some also call on Key West (Florida), longer trips may also visit Jamaica or Florida (Port Canaveral).
- (Western Caribbean) Panama Canal - with one-way crossings between Florida and California (Fort Lauderdale – San Diego).
- Western Caribbean - regular round-trip itineraries to Mexico (Cozumel), Honduras (Roatan), some with visiting Jamaica and Haiti (Labadee, another RCI private island resort).
- Eastern Caribbean - to St Maarten, St Thomas, Puerto Rico, Haiti, Antigua, Dominica, Tortola (BVI), Martinique.
- Southern Caribbean - with regular round-trip cruises departing from San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Colon (Panama), also from Fort Lauderdale, FL.
- Bermuda - leaving out of New York (longer itinerary with Caribbean) and from Baltimore.
- (one-way) Transatlantic cruises on ships repositioning in Spring and Fall – Puerto Rico to UK (UK to Puerto Rico), UK to Boston, Florida to UK, from New Orleans, Galveston and Florida to the Mediterranean, from Mediterranean to New Orleans and Florida, from South America to Europe.
- (Europe) Mediterranean - operated with mostly round-trip departures from UK, Italy, Spain and France to ports in Eastern and Western Med.
- (Europe from UK) Baltic - with departures predominantly from England (Southampton and Harwich) and also from Copenhagen (Denmark) and Stockholm (Sweden) to Norway (Norwegian Fjords), Scandinavia and Russia (St Petersburg).
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Royal Caribbean Itinerary 2014 changes, departure ports by ship
|list of Royal Caribbean ships names||RCCL itineraries 2014 changes|
|Adventure Of The Seas||7day Southern Caribbean leaving from San Juan Puerto Rico (with Barbados).Transatlantic repositioning – 14day Miami to Southampton, and 14day Southampton to Puerto Rico.
In Europe departing from Southampton, UK
|Allure Of The Seas||
|Anthem Of The Seas (new cruise ship 2015)||There are some highly plausible suggestions that the Anthem ship in 2015 will be sailing on the RCCL Independence ship’s current routes:
Europe from UK (Southampton round-trip departures):
|Brilliance Of The Seas||7day to Southern Caribbean (with Barbados) departing from San Juan, Puerto Rico.7day to New England from Boston, MA.4- & 5day to Western Caribbean from Tampa, Florida (all visiting Cozumel, Mexico).(In Europe) 12d Iceland-Norway and 12-13day Baltic with departures from UK (Harwich, England).Transatlantic – 15day Harwich-Boston, 13day Boston-Tampa.|
|Enchantment Of The Seas||
|Explorer Of The Seas||leaving out of Bayonne New Jersey / New York (2014 only)
leaving from Port Canaveral FL (in 2014 and 2015)
|Freedom Of The Seas||
|Grandeur Of The Seas||departures out of BaltimoreMD:
|Independence Of The Seas||(UK) Europe departing from Southampton, England
Transatlantic repositioning – Florida-UK, and UK-Florida.
|Jewel Of The Seas||
|Legend Of The Seas||leaving out of Fort Lauderdale
Transatlantic Florida to Europe (Baltic region) and Europe to USA (Bayonne) for Canada Fall cruise deals from Quebec City.
|Liberty Of The Seas||
|Majesty Of The Seas||
|Mariner Of The Seas||Sails on exclusively short Southeast Asia cruises leaving from Singapore to thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Indonesia.|
|Navigator Of The Seas||
|Oasis Of The Seas||
|Quantum of the Seas (new cruise ship 2014)||
|Radiance Of The Seas||Australia itineraries out of Sydney cruise port
Transpacific relocation to and from Alaska (with Hawaii)
For the Summer sails on one-way 7day Alaska cruises leaving from Vancouver to Anchorage/Seward, and Seward to Vancouver, 1 roundtrip special.
|Rhapsody Of The Seas||Australia cruises leaving from Sydney
Transpacific repositioning Australia to Alaska, and Alaska-Australia (visiting Hawaii)
In the summer sails on 7day Alaska cruises from Seattle (roundtrip).
|Serenade Of The Seas||In Winter sails on 7day Western Caribbean and Florida-Bahamas cruises leaving out of New Orleans.Transatlantic repositioning from New Orleans to Europe/Mediterranean.In Summer sails on 11-12day Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona and Rome.|
|Splendour Of The Seas||
|Vision Of The Seas||
|Voyager Of The Seas||Sails on New Zealand and Australia cruises leaving from Sydney to
(one-way cruise) Australia to Asia (from Sydney to Singapore, and Singapore to Sydney). 10day Singapore to Japan, 9day Hong Kong to Singapore.
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