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Royal Caribbean postpones May 2021- April 2022 deployment schedule

In:
27Feb2020

After delaying the May 2021- April 2022 deployment schedule by a couple weeks, the new opening schedule has largely been postponed until further notice.

Royal Caribbean's new opening schedule for May 2021- April 2022 deployment simply lists the Short Caribbean sailings debuting the week of March 9, 2020 and the remaining deployment coming at a later date.

Based on the previous deployment schedule, it is reasonable to assume that the China, Australia, Singapore and Transpacific deployments are among the itineraries to be released at a later date.

Deployment schedules gives consumers an idea of when to expect particular cruise schedules to become available to start looking at future cruises.

Royal Caribbean pushes back May 2021- April 2022 deployment schedule back two weeks

In:
19Feb2020

The highly anticipated next release of new Royal Caribbean sailings for May 2021 - April 2022 has been pushed back a couple weeks.

Royal Caribbean has shared a new schedule of when the new sailings will go on sale.

  • Week of March 9, 2020: China – Phase 2
  • Week of March 9, 2020: Short Caribbean
  • Week of March 16. 2020: Australia
  • Week of March 23, 2020: China – Phase 3
  • Week of March 30, 2020: Singapore & Transpacifics

Essentially, China Phase 2 and Short Caribbean will now both be released the week of March 9, instead of the week of Week of February 24 and March 2, respectively.

These 2021-2022 sailings are in addition to the ones that were released in November & December 2019.

All itineraries and openings are subject to change without notice. 

Deployment schedules gives consumers an idea of when to expect particular cruise schedules to become available to start looking at future cruises.

Royal Caribbean releases Spring 2021-2022 opening schedule

In:
11Jan2020

Royal Caribbean has released a deployment schedule for the remaining 2021-2022 sailings, which will become available to book in February & March 2020.

  • Week of February 24, 2020: China – Phase 2
  • Week of March 2, 2020: Short Caribbean
  • Week of March 16. 2020: Australia
  • Week of March 23, 2020: China – Phase 3
  • Week of March 30, 2020: Singapore & Transpacifics

These 2021-2022 sailings are in addition to the ones that were released in November & December 2019.

All itineraries and openings are subject to change without notice. 

Deployment schedules gives consumers an idea of when to expect particular cruise schedules to become available to start looking at future cruises.

Royal Caribbean delays deployment schedule for May 2021 - April 2022

In:
29Oct2019

Royal Caribbean has delayed the deployment schedule for May 2021 - April 2022 by a week.

The new Deployment Schedule reads as follows:

  • Week of November 4, 2019: Alaska & Hawaii
  • Week of November 11, 2019: Europe
  • Week of November 18, 2019: 7+ Night Caribbean
  • Week of December 2, 2019: Northeast, Canada & Bermuda
  • Week of December 9, 2019: China - Phase 1
  • Week of December 16, 2019: Short Caribbean

Alaska & Hawaii itineraries were originally scheduled to come out this week.

All itineraries are subject to change without notice.

Royal Caribbean releases 2021-2022 opening schedule

In:
01Oct2019

Guests eager to book their 2020-2021 Royal Caribbean cruises are one step closer with the release of the cruise line's opening schedule for the May 2021 - April 2022 deployment.

  • Week of October 28, 2019: Alaska & Hawaii
  • Week of November 4, 2019: 7+ Night Caribbean
  • Week of November 11, 2019: Europe & Dubai
  • Week of November 18, 2019: Short Caribbean
  • Week of December 2, 2019: Northeast, Canada & Bermuda
  • Week of December 9, 2019: TBA

All itineraries and openings are subject to change without notice. 

Deployment schedules gives consumers an idea of when to expect particular cruise schedules to become available to start looking at future cruises.

Royal Caribbean opens bookings for 2020 sailings on Voyager of the Seas

In:
22May2019

Royal Caribbean has opened bookings for Voyager of the Seas 2020 sailings from Singapore.

Voyager of the Seas will offer a short season from Singapore, between May 2020 and June 2020 to destinations in Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

At the conclusion of her season, Voyager of the Seas will re-position to Hong Kong, China.

You can view all the 2020 Singapore sailings on Voyager of the Seas.

Royal Caribbean opens 2020 Cuba sailings for bookings

In:
16May2019

Royal Caribbean has put its 2020 Cuba sailings online for guests to begin booking.

Majesty of the Seas and Empress of the Seas return to offer sailings to Cuba with some new itineraries included.  Majesty of the Seas will offer 4 to 6 night adventures, with stops at destinations like Costa Maya, Cozumel and Perfect Day at CocoCay on select sailings.

Empress of the Seas will offer 3 to 8 night sailings, including an overnight or a late stay in Havana, plus Perfect Day at CocoCay on select sailings.

These new 2020 Cuba sailings are available to book exclusively by Crown & Anchor Society members on May 16, 2019. Bookings become available to the general public on May 17, 2019.

You can view a full list of 2020 Cuba sailings here:

Royal Caribbean opens bookings for China 2020 sailings

In:
07May2019

Royal Caribbean released its 2020 China sailings for guests to book, which includes sailings on Quantum of the Seas and Spectrum of the Seas.

The new bookings are available to book for Crown & Anchor Society members on May 7, 2019. Bookings open to the general public on May 8, 2019.

Spectrum of the Seas will sail from Shanghai and is specially tailored for Chinese guests. Quantum of the Seas will sail from Beijing. Both ships will sail to Okinawa, Nagasaki, Tokyo and beyond — plus late-night stays in Kobe and Osaka, Japan on select sailings.

You can view sailings scheduled for Spectrum of the Seas and Quantum of the Seas.

Royal Caribbean updates 2020-2021 deployment schedule

In:
04Mar2019

Royal Caribbean has posted an update for its remaining 2020-2021 deployments, with some additions to the schedule, as well as date changes.

Royal Caribbean Blog reader Pippa Madden alerted us to an updated schedule, which expanded on the previously posted schedule.

  • Week of March 11, 2019 Caribbean (Phase II)
  • Week of March 25, 2019 Dubai
  • Week of April 1, 2019 Australia & Transpacific
  • Week of April 8, 2019 Hong Kong
  • Week of April 29, 2019 China
  • Week of May 20, 2019 Singapore
  • Coming Soon Cuba
  • Coming Soon Odyssey of the Seas

The updated schedule added releases for Hong Kong, as well as referencing a deployment schedule for the recently announced second Quantum Class ship, Odyssey of the Seas.

All itineraries and openings are subject to change without notice. 

Royal Caribbean announces 2020-2021 deployment opening schedule dates

In:
29Jan2019

Royal Caribbean released its deployment schedule for the remaining 2020-2021 itineraries, which indicates when these sailings will go on sale.

While Royal Caribbean released a number of sailings for 2020 and 2021 in the Fall of 2018, the remaining 2020-2021 sailings will be released as follows:

  • Week of March 11, 2019: Caribbean (Phase II)
  • Week of March 18, 2019: Australia & Transpacific
  • Week of March 25, 2019: Dubai
  • Week of April 29, 2019: China
  • Week of May 20, 2019: Asia & Singapore
  • Cuba: Coming soon

All itineraries and openings are subject to change without notice. 

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