Royal Caribbean unveils 2018-19 China, Singapore and Australia itineraries

Royal Caribbean has unveiled  its full roster of 2018-19 China, Singapore and Australia itineraries. As part of the new deployment schedule Mariner of the Seas will sail a “Global Odyssey” from Asia, featuring three long sailings from Singapore to Dubai, Dubai to Barcelona and Barcelona to Miami, before repositioning in her new home in Miami, Florida. Voyager of the Seas will have her first full season in Singapore and Radiance of the Seas will offer more open-jaw itineraries between Auckland, New Zealand and Melbourne or Sydney, Australia. Finally during the winter, Ovation of the Seas will reposition to Sydney reclaiming the title as the largest ship based in the region.

Adventures from China and Singapore

Quantum of the Seas will continue to sail from Shanghai for the fourth consecutive season, offering 78 sailings to and from Japan, beginning January 2018. Highlights will include:

– 6-night Japan itinerary: Visiting the historic city of Nagasaki and overnighting in Okinawa, Japan, guests will be able to dive into  the unique culture of the nation’s southernmost prefecture

– 8-night Ultimate Japan itinerary: Showcasing the best of the nation with stops in Kobe, Tokyo and Nagasaki, Japan

Beginning April 2018, Ovation of the Seas will return to Tianjin, China for its second season, offering a rich lineup to explore the best of Japan, including two new ports for the ship: Sasaebo and Shimonoseki. Highlights will include:

– 5-night Japan itinerary: Sailing to Sasaebo and Shimonoseki, Japan, travelers will venture to what many know as “The Gateway to Japan”

– 7-night Ultimate Japan itinerary: Guest uncover far-flung locales in Japan, including the scenic ports of Sakaiminato, Maizuru and Nagasaki, Japan

Beginning 30 April 2018 Voyager of the Seas will offer a combined total of 77 sailings from Singapore, Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China, offering countless adventures across Southeast Asia, . Itinerary highlights include:

– 4-night Malaysia itinerary: Sailing from Singapore and visiting Penang and Phuket, Malaysia, a hub of vibrant neighborhoods and heritage architecture

– 5-night Vietnam itinerary: From Hong Kong to far-flung destinations, including Chan May and Nha Trang, Vietnam, guests will discover a country of breathtaking beauty and a storied past 

The voyages from China and Singapore are available to book from April 26 and April 27 onwards.

Journeys in Australia and South Pacific

Beginning November 2018 Ovation of the Seas will offer 13 sailings from Sydney, Australia, making this her third and longest season in the country. Highlights will include:

– 10-night New Zealand itinerary: Departing Sydney, featuring the country’s endemic wildlife and Maori heritage with stops in Milford Sound, Napier and Picton, New Zealand

– 14-night Singapore to Sydney, open-jaw itinerary: Setting sail this Fall to ports of call including Adelaide and Hobart, Tasmania

Radiance of the Seas will have an expanded open-jaw program with three new itineraries venturing out into Australia in 2019. Highlights will include:

– a new 10-night, open-jaw itinerary which departs from Auckland, New Zealand to Melbourne, Australia visiting various captivating destinations throughout the Tasman Sea

Explorer of the Seas will join Ovation of the Seas for her fourth season based in Sydney with 23 sailings exploring the island destinations of the South Pacific and Fiji. The ship’s cruises will range from 3- to 14-night itineraries, and will begin in October 2018. Highlights will include:

– a 12-night South Pacific and Fiji itinerary with a lineup of exotic destinations including Noumea in Caledonia, Port Vila in Vanuatu and Lautoka and Suva inFiji

The Australia and South Pacific cruises are available to book from May 16 onwards.

Summary of the 2018-2019 Royal Caribbean deployment in China, Singapore and Australia:

Pictures courtesy of Royal Caribbean.

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