World's Largest Ship

Cruising from the East Coast of the United States is about to see an increase in capacity thanks to the World’s Largest Ship and its near 6000 passenger capacity.

Royal Caribbean has just announced that Wonder of the Seas will be sailing from Fort Lauderdale starting March 2022. Together with sailing from Florida, it will also mark Wonders of the Seas debut to the world.

Wonder was originally slated to debut in Asia, but Royal Caribbean has decided in the current climate a U.S. debut will clearly make a difference.

“The momentum taking off across bookings and our returning ships in the U.S. and Europe is significant. With half of our fleet sailing again, we are encouraged by what we’re seeing” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International

Following the Florida debut, Wonder of the Seas will make its way to Barcelona and Rome to kick off a highly anticipated European season in May 2022.

Kicking off the Caribbean cruises with 7-night sailings to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Fort Lauderdale, visiting destinations like Cozumel, Mexico; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; San Juan, Puerto Rico, and more.

All of the sailing from Florida no matter the itinerary guests choose will call on Royals private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay.

May 2022 will see an early start to summer vacations when the wondrous Oasis Class ship heads for the Mediterranean to take centre stage for its inaugural European season.


Royal Caribbean Continues its Return with a Third Ship In Europe

From Barcelona and Rome on 7-night Western Mediterranean cruises, travellers have memorable vacations in store as they sail to the sparkling shores of Europe’s most iconic and historic destinations, such as Palma de Mallorca, Spain and Capri, Italy.

Wonder of the Seas will sail in the Mediterranean in 2022 in place of Allure of the Seas. Allure will now sail from Fort Lauderdale on 6- and 8-night Caribbean cruises.