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Odyssey back to Bayonne, Brilliance to Boston in Royal Caribbean's 2025/26

Odyssey of the Seas returns to Bayonne for seven-night cruises to The Bahamas, including Perfect Day at CocoCay and Nassau
Royal Caribbean International's summer 2025/winter 2026 lineup in the US Northeast and Caribbean includes Odyssey of the Seas back in Bayonne.

And Brilliance of the Seas will return to Boston after a decade.

These deployments are among Royal Caribbean's newly released schedule for seven ships from seven cities.

The Quantum-class Odyssey of the Seas will sail its second consecutive winter season in the New York area, while Oasis-class ships Allure of the Seas will cruise the western and eastern Caribbean from Port Everglades and Galveston and Symphony of the Seas will operate from Bayonne and Miami.

Brilliance, Jewel, Liberty and Vision of the Seas will sail from Boston, San Juan, Bayonne and Baltimore.

Odyssey of the Seas

Following its second consecutive summer in Europe, Odyssey of the Seas returns to Bayonne for seven-night cruises to The Bahamas, including Perfect Day at CocoCay and Nassau.

Symphony of the Seas

From Bayonne, Symphony will give families the chance to sail on summer vactions to Port Canaveral and Pefect Day at CocoCay before returning to Miami in October 2025. There, weeklong eastern and western Caribbean cruises visit destinations including CocoCay, Labadee, Falmouth (Jamaica), St. Maarten and St. Thomas.

Allure of the Seas

From Port Everglades, Allure of the Seas will sail alternating six- and eight-night eastern and western Caribbean adventures to St. Thomas, San Juan and Nassau, plus each eastern Caribbean getaway will visit Perfect Day at CocoCay. Then Allure returns to Galveston and Royal Caribbean's world first zero-energy cruise terminal for weeklong trips to Roatán, Costa Maya and Cozumel.

Liberty of the Seas

From Bayonne, Freedom-class Liberty of the Seas offers varied four-, five- and nine-night adventures to the eastern Caribbean, Bermuda and Canada/New England. Vacationers have their pick of short escapes or longer getaways to Halifax and Sydney in Nova Scotia, Labadee, San Juan and St. Maarten.

Radiance- and Vision-class ships

Radiance-class Brilliance of the Seas' return to Boston means weeklong cruises to Portland (Maine), Saint John (New Brunswick), Halifax and beyond. In the winter, Brilliance will call San Juan home for the first time since 2013 for cruises to southern Caribbean destinations like Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao; Tortola and, for the first time, Scarborough, Tobago.

In the winter, Jewel of the Seas will also sail from San Juan on seven-night southern Caribbean getaways to St. Croix, St. Thomas, Dominica, St. Maarten and Barbados.

Year-round Baltimore ship Vision of the Seas will make its way to Bermuda, Perfect Day at CocoCay or Canada on five- and nine-night summer vacations. Winter cruises include eight-night getaways to The Bahamas and 12-night sailings to the southern Caribbean.