Adventure the world over with Royal Caribbean

Calendars all across the country are waiting to have vacation dates filled in. And, with newly released Royal Caribbean global adventures for 2022 and 2023, you can gear up for your most exciting vacation yet. 

A Royal Caribbean International Cruise Shoip Sails down an Alaskan River

Just a few years ago, Spectrum of the Seas made headlines as the first Royal Caribbean Quantum Ultra Class ship. And in 2022, you can experience Spectrum out of Beijing for the first time ever, on four to eight-night itineraries to iconic Japanese ports like Nagasaki and Sasebo. You also have the option to set sail from exciting Shanghai.  

And speaking of the east, look to the northeastern U.S. where there’s no shortage of Royal Caribbean vacations to quench your thirst for discovery. From Cape Liberty, longtime family favorite Adventure of the Seas returns along with Quantum Class stunner, Anthem of the Seas, for a range of four to 11-night sailings visiting 

Bermuda, Canada, New England, Eastern, and Southern Caribbean, plus Perfect Day at CocoCay. Baltimore and Boston also get in on the action in 2022, serving as home ports for Enchantment of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas, respectively. 

A couple jumps off a boat into the waters off the coast of Naples, Italy

When it comes to short getaways, Royal Caribbean delivers escapes that certainly go the distance in travel memories. The 2022-2023 collection includes eight ships sailing three to four-night cruises to the Caribbean’s most popular destinations, including Grand Bahama Island, Cozumel, Perfect Day at CocoCay, and beyond. Where you can also gear up for four and five-night cruises across the Western Caribbean and Mexico. And with homeport options that include Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa, and Galveston, you have never had more adventures at your fingertips. 

For those who want to cash in a few more vacation days, the 2022-2023 season is packed with adventures that go full-throttle. The new Odyssey of the Seas and four Oasis Class ships — Oasis, Allure, Harmony, and Symphony of the Seas — plus other Royal Caribbean classics are set for 7-11 night sun-soaked getaways from four Florida ports as well as fun-filled Galveston and vibrant San Juan. Visiting top-rated destinations like St. Thomas, Aruba, the Dominican Republic, and beyond, plus more stops at private destination Perfect Day at CocoCay. The choices are many, but each offers a trip of a lifetime. 

Excited to get back to cruising? Reach out to your AAA Travel advisor to learn more about all of the great opportunities for adventure that Royal Caribbean has to offer.