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Royal Caribbean Unveils Bold Features on New ‘Odyssey of the Seas’ Cruise Ship

Debuting November 2020, Odyssey of the Seas will feature a vibrant, two-level pool deck, where two resort-style pools, a kids aqua park and four whirlpools are surrounded by shady casitas and hammocks.

Royal Caribbean International is setting an uncharted course for adventure with the cruise line’s newest ship, “Odyssey of the Seas”.

“Odyssey” will set an all-new standard, created to deliver the most memorable vacations by combining immersive experiences, the best of Royal Caribbean’s trendsetting innovations and the signature ‘Royal Way’ service of our dedicated crew members,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International.

Bold in every direction, Odyssey’s highlights include the ultimate SeaPlex activity space that delivers a dose of adrenaline with new thrills, a little friendly competition and the most interactive arcade at sea.

Caribbean’s new Odyssey of the Seas will be the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to feature two open-air, resort-style pools.

Adding to the mix, “Odyssey” will debut a reimagined Adventure Ocean where young adventure seekers can choose their own immersive experiences across an entirely new layout, while a new maxed-out teen lounge with gaming consoles, music and movies will provide endless hangout options indoors and outdoors on an exclusive patio.

When it’s time to refuel, guests can enjoy the new Teppanyaki restaurant serving Far East flavors, and Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar with rustic Italian dishes and a contemporary flair.

Entertainment across the ship will be punctuated by high-tech signature productions in the Royal Theater and Two70, where art and multimedia merge for surrounding, jaw-dropping performances only on “Odyssey”.

Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar

‘Odyssey’ to Set Sail for the Caribbean, Greece, Turkey

In November 2020, the ship’s inaugural year will kick off in the Caribbean’s clear blue waters and far-flung destinations like Curaçao, Aruba, Grand Cayman and Mexico on eight- and six-night itineraries from Fort Lauderdale, FL.

“Odyssey” will then sail to her homeport of Rome in May 2021 and become the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to cruise Europe for the summer. Ashore, travelers can explore storied towns in Turkey and Greece, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the ruins of Ephesus, the ancient Acropolis of Athens, the classic Cycladic architecture of Mykonos and more.

Navigator Travel is the exclusive agent of Royal Caribbean Cruises in Greece.

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