2 New Royal Caribbean Ships for 2022

Set to make a splash in 2022, Wonder of the Seas and Odyssey of the Seas are the latest to join Royal Caribbean’s fleet of big, bold, cutting-edge ships. Take...
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Set to make a splash in 2022, Wonder of the Seas and Odyssey of the Seas are the latest to join Royal Caribbean’s fleet of big, bold, cutting-edge ships. Take a look at what each has in store.

Wonder of the Seas

The aptly named Wonder of the Seas is the word’s biggest cruise ship. Part of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class of ships, celebrated for being among the largest and most extravagant at sea, it is the first to feature eight unique neighborhoods.

Neighborhoods are themed areas designed to help easily navigate all Oasis Class ships, and each has its own dining and entertainment options to explore (Boardwalk, Pool and Sports Zone, Central Park, Vitality Spa, etc.). Wonder of the Seas is the first to offer the luxurious Suite Neighborhood, complete with exclusive restaurants, lounges and room perks including personal plunge pool and bar.

For those seeking an action-packed vacation, this is your ship. The tallest slide at sea, AquaTheater shows, ice skating and zip lining are just a few of the onboard activities that await.

Wonder of the Seas sailings will kick off with Caribbean vacations from Florida in March before heading off for Euro tours through Italy, France and Spain, departing from Barcelona and Rome in May.

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Odyssey of the Seas

When it comes to larger-than-life fun, Royal Caribbean always impresses. As one of its latest and greatest, Odyssey of the Seas is no exception.

While on board, you can choose from a variety of dining options and enjoy endless entertainment, from Vegas-quality shows to bumper cars and laser tag at the SeaPlex activity space. Feed your sense of adventure when you soar high above the sea in the North Star observation capsule, bounce away on a high-flying trampoline/bungee/VR trip in the Sky Pad or ride the waves on the FlowRider surf simulator. And when you want to take it easy, you can kick back at the Solarium, spa or the Caribbean-inspired pool deck.

Sailing now from Fort Lauderdale to the Caribbean and Europe and from Rome starting in May.

Have you ever been on a Royal Caribbean cruise? Which of the new ships would you like to experience next? Tell us in the comments.

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