Royal Caribbean Unveils 2014-15 Brazil and South America Itineraries

Royal Caribbean International announced the winter 2014-15 Brazil and South America season of Splendour of the Seas. Sailing roundtrip from Sao Paulo (Santos), Brazil, Splendour of the Seas will sail three- to eight-night Brazil cruises, calling at Buzios, Ilha Grande and Ilhabela, as well as seven-night Argentina and Uruguay cruises, calling at Punta Del Este and Montevideo, Uruguay; and Buenos Aires, Argentina. A special eight-night sailing, departing Dec. 27, 2014, will take guests to Porto Belo, Buzios, Ilha Grande and Ilhabela, and herald in the New Year at Rio de Janeiro to catch the world-famous fireworks show at Copacabana Beach. Splendour of the Seas’s winter 2014-15 Brazil and South America cruises are now open for sale.

Vacationers also can choose among two trans-Atlantic sailings between Brazil and Spain that bookend Splendour of the Seas’ winter 2014 season. A 15-night westbound itinerary from Barcelona, Spain to Sao Paulo (Santos) will depart on Nov. 22, 2014 and call at Seville (Cadiz), Spain; Lisbon and Madeira (Funchal), Portugal; Tenerife, Canary Islands; and Rio De Janeiro. Splendour of the Seas returns from Sao Paulo (Santos) to Barcelona on April 20, 2015, and calls at Rio De Janeiro and Salvador De Bahia, Brazil; Tenerife; and Malaga, Spain.

Splendour of the Seas was recently revitalized to offer guests more dining choices, entertainment and modern amenities. Splendour of the Seas’ youngest guests, age six- through 36-months old, will have access to the new Royal Babies and Tots Nursery, and Royal Caribbean’s guests can enjoy the exclusive new Diamond Lounge and Concierge Club, respectively. 

For more information, visit www.royalcaribbean.com.

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