Several cruise lines this week including cruise giants Carnival Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean, and Celebrity Cruises announced new cruise itineraries for 2020-2021. With cruise ships headed to new homeports all around the globe, the next few years promise to be exciting for the cruise industry.
From cruises to the Caribbean to Europe, here is the latest on new cruise itineraries announced by the major cruise lines.
Norwegian Cruise Line – Norwegian Cruise Line is shuffling many of their largest cruise ships to new homeports. Norwegian Joy will join Norwegian Encore in Miami while Norwegian Escape will sail from Port Canaveral for the first time.
The cruise line announced itineraries for 12 of their cruise ships that include cruises from New York, Puerto Rico, and Florida. You can see a complete rundown of these new cruise itineraries here.
Royal Caribbean – One of the world’s largest cruise ships will sail from the New York City area when an Oasis class ship homeports up north for the first time. Oasis of the Seas will sail from Bayonne, New Jersey and offer seven night Caribbean cruises. You can read more about Royal Caribbean’s new Caribbean cruises here.
In addition to the Caribbean cruises, Royal Caribbean also announced new cruises in Europe. Allure of the Seas will spend seven months in the Mediterranean with five other Royal Caribbean cruise ships. From seven to 12 night cruises, you can see what the cruise line is offering to Europe here.
Carnival Cruise Line – Carnival will be sailing from a new homeport in 2020 when Carnival Miracle sails out of San Francisco. The ship will offer four to 15 night cruises to Hawaii, Alaska, and Mexico. After the series of cruises out of San Francisco, the cruise ship will move to San Diego for the winter 2020-2021 cruise season. You can read more about Carnival’s new cruises here.
Celebrity Cruises – Celebrity Cruises has released more new sailings for 2020-2021 that include cruises to Alaska, Bermuda, Canada, and Pacific Coastal itineraries in the cruise line’s most expansive season yet. You can see a rundown of the new itineraries that have been released by Celebrity Cruises for the 2020-2021 cruise season here.
Holland America Line – Holland America will be sailing six cruise ships in Europe in 2020 including the cruise line’s return to Turkey. Anchored by the return of Nieuw Amsterdam to the Mediterranean, Nieuw Statendam, Rotterdam, Veendam, Zaandam and Zuiderdam will offer cruises from March through early November that will visit Norway, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Ireland, Portugal, and other European countries. Read More Here
Silversea Cruises – Silversea is giving one of their cruise ships a second refurbishment to enable the ship for cruises to the Arctic and Antarctica. These new cruises on the 254 passenger cruise ships will begin in late 2020.