Royal Caribbean Details 2025-26 Northeast and Caribbean Adventures

Royal Caribbean International has revealed the next in its lineup of 2025-26 sailings. For the summer and winter, seven ships will cruise from seven U.S. cities in Florida, the Northeast and Texas as well as Puerto Rico on five- to 12-night vacations. 

The highlights include Odyssey of the Seas’ second consecutive winter season in the New York area and Oasis Class vacations to the eastern and western Caribbean with Allure of the Seas from Fort Lauderdale, FL, and Galveston, TX, as well as Symphony of the Seas from Bayonne, NJ, and Miami. Plus, travelers looking for more time in the northern Atlantic coast can have their pick from BrillianceJewelLiberty and Vision of the Seas across a combination of Bayonne, Boston, MA, and Baltimore, MD, departures.

Guests will be able to explore tropical destinations from the Caribbean shores to the Bahamas. Vacationers can island-hop to spots like Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis; Cozumel, Mexico; Castries, St. Lucia; St. Johns, Antigua; St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands; and Royal Caribbean’s private destinations, Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas and Labadee, Haiti. Perfect Day at CocoCay offers waterslides and an adults-only area, Hideaway Beach, while Labadee has five shorelines, a vibrant artisans market and the world's longest overwater zip line. For those looking to explore the East Coast, destinations await in New England and Canada, including Portland, ME, and Halifax and Nova Scotia, Canada, plus more.

2025-26 Northeast & Caribbean Highlights

Quantum Class Experiences

Odyssey of the Seas offers experiences for all ages, including the RipCord by iFly skydiving simulator, the North Star all-glass observation capsule and a resort-style pool deck. There are more than 25 restaurants, bars and lounges, like Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, Teppanyaki and Wonderland, as well as entertainment in high-tech venues like Two70 and the Royal Theater.

  • Odyssey of the Seas – From Bayonne: Following its second consecutive summer in Europe, Odyssey will call the New York area home once again. Highlights of the seven-night sailings include Perfect Day at CocoCay and Nassau, Bahamas

Oasis Class Adventures

Allure of the Seas Aquatheater
Allure of the Seas (Photo by Royal Caribbean International)

Popular experiences include the 10-story Ultimate Abyss dry slide, The Perfect Storm trio of waterslides, full-scale entertainment across four stages: air, ice, water and theater; a nine-deck-high zip line, twin FlowRider surf simulators; and more than 40 restaurants, bars and lounges—from American steakhouse Chops Grille to Izumi, with Japanese-inspired flavors and more.  

  • Symphony of the Seas – From Bayonne and Miami: This Oasis Class ship is back in the Northeast for the summer to visit Port Canaveral (Orlando), FL, and Perfect Day at CocoCay ahead of returning to Miami in October 2025. On seven-night eastern and western Caribbean vacations, travelers can visit Perfect Day at CocoCay and Labadee; Falmouth, Jamaica; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; and more.
  • Allure of the Seas – From Fort Lauderdale and Galveston: Getaways from Fort Lauderdale include alternating six- and eight-night eastern and western Caribbean adventures to Charlotte Amalie, San Juan and the Bahamas’ historic capital of Nassau. Plus, each eastern Caribbean getaway will visit Perfect Day at CocoCay. To close out the season, Allure will return to Royal Caribbean’s first zero-energy terminal in the "Lone Star State" for seven-night getaways to the western Caribbean, which will visit Roatan, Honduras, and Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico.

Freedom Class Getaways

Highlights of Liberty of the Seas include thrills like The Perfect Storm dual-racing waterslides and the FlowRider surf simulator, and restaurants serving up everything from sushi and sashimi at Izumi to Tuscan classics at Giovanni’s Table. Plus, there’s original entertainment and ways to go for a night out on the town—whether it’s dancing, bar-hopping or watching a movie under the stars on the pool deck.

  • Liberty of the Seas – From Bayonne: Returning to the Northeast, Liberty brings a varied combination of four-, five- and nine-night adventures to the eastern Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada and New England. Vacationers can have their pick of short escapes or longer getaways to Halifax and Sydney in Canada, Royal Caribbean’s Labadee, San Juan and Philipsburg.
Liberty of the Seas Perfect Storm
Liberty of the Seas Perfect (Photo by Royal Caribbean International)

Radiance and Vision Class Vacations

The Vision Class and Radiance Class ships offer pools, views and experiences. Whether kicking back on the pool deck or at the adults-only Solarium, finding zen at the Vitality Spa, adventuring to new heights on Royal Caribbean’s signature rock climbing wall or dining on prime cuts at Chops Grille or five courses at Chef’s Table, guests have plenty to choose from.

  • Brilliance of the Seas – From Boston and San Juan: Travelers can enjoy coastal adventures up north when the Radiance Class ship returns to Boston after a decade, sailing seven-night adventures to Portland, Saint John, New Brunswick, Halifax and more. In the winter, Brilliance will call at San Juan home for the first time since 2013. Guests ners visit a variety of southern Caribbean destinations like Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao; Tortola, British Virgin Islands; and for the first time, Scarborough, Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Jewel of the Seas – From San Juan: In the winter, Jewel will set sail on seven-night Southern Caribbean getaways to the beaches of St. Croix; Roseau, Dominica; Philipsburg; Charlotte Amalie; and Bridgetown, Barbados.
  • Vision of the Seas – From Baltimore: The year-round Baltimore resident makes its way to Bermuda, Perfect Day at CocoCay or Canada on five- and nine-night vacations for the summer. The winter will bring another lineup of adventures to the table, including eight-night getaways to the Bahamas and 12-night sailings to destinations in the southern Caribbean like St. Croix, Roseau and Philipsburg.


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