Royal Caribbean announces 2010 Europe cruises

ROYAL Caribbean International recently announced the deployment of eight ships in Europe for 2010.
The cruise company offers guests many combinations of cruise ships and European itineraries, ranging from four to 14 nights, and three to five night cruise tour vacation extensions, in the Mediterranean, and Northern and Western Europe. In addition to the freedom class Independence of the Seas, Royal Caribbean will position three voyager class ships in the region for the very first time, with Adventure of the Seas to make her European debut and join sister ships Navigator of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas.
Also sailing European waters in 2010 will be Brilliance of the Seas, Jewel of the Seas, Splendour of the Seas and Vision of the Seas. In all, Royal Caribbean is unveiling 57 unique Europe itineraries, visiting 22 countries and 55 ports. Bookings open immediately for 2010 Europe cruises and cruise tours aboard all ships.
 “Royal Caribbean International’s 2010 Europe season offers a myriad of spectacular cruise and cruise tour choices for family and adventurous vacationers,” said Adam Goldstein, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International.
“Cruising in Europe is well known as the best vacation value to see the continent’s historic and cultural destinations.”
 Although Royal Caribbean will position the same number of ships in 2009 and 2010, the 3,114 guest Adventure of the Seas will replace the 1,804 guest Legend of the Seas and boosts the line’s capacity by 1,310 berths. The 2010 season will debut Adventure of the Seas’ seven night sailings from Malaga, Spain, and Vision of the Seas’ 12 night Holy Land voyages from Venice, Italy. Also brand new for Royal Caribbean in 2010 will be maiden port calls at Akureyri, Iceland, and Gothenburg, Sweden. For more information or call +9714 3314299.