South Pacific island will be the first carbon-neutral private cruise destination in the world
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Author: Rebecca Gibson/Tuesday, September 17, 2019/Categories: News, Royal Caribbean, Ports and destinations
Royal Caribbean International’s Odyssey of the Seas will be the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to homeport in North America when she debuts at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, South Florida in November 2020.
Odyssey of the Seas will offer six- to eight-night cruises to destinations in the Western and Southern Caribbean.
Guests on the six-night voyages will have the opportunity to go deep diving in Cozumel, Mexico; swimming with sea turtles in George Town, Grand Cayman; and visit Royal Caribbean’s new Perfect Day at CocoCay island in The Bahamas, which opened in May 2019 and offers multiple attractions. Meanwhile, those on the eight-day sailings will be able to head to Curacao and also visit Aruba for excursions like off-roading in Arikok National Park.
Following her maiden US season, Odyssey of the Seas will reposition to Europe to sail summer cruises in 2021.
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