Royal Caribbean announced its 2016-2017 deployment schedule for Europe and Alaska and with it, where its cruise ships will be located.
Royal Caribbean’s 2016 Europe itineraries will open for booking starting March 19, 2015, and 2016 Alaska will open on March 26.
Here's a breakdown of the deployments by ship
Harmony of the Seas
Harmony of the Seas, will homeport at Barcelona and sail a round-trip, seven-night Western Mediterranean itinerary. Harmony of the Seas will also offer cruises from Rome (Civitavecchia), but guests must sail round-trip for seven nights.
Brilliance of the Seas
Alternate 12-night Italian Mediterranean and Greek & Italian Mediterranean cruises.
Independence of the Seas
Will sail mostly 10- to 14-night Mediterranean or Canary Island cruises from Southampton.
Navigator of the Seas
From Southampton, Navigator of the Seas will offer new six- to 14-night Norwegian Fjords, Baltic, Mediterranean or Canary Island itineraries.
Serenade of the Seas
Seven-night Norwegian Fjords and seven- to 13-night Scandinavia and Russia itineraries, round-trip from Copenhagen, Denmark, in early summer and August, and from Stockholm, Sweden, in June and July.
Jewel of the Seas
Alternate brand new 10-night Greece & Adriatic and 11-night Greece, Turkey & Croatia itineraries from Venice
Vision of the Seas
Alternate seven-night Greek Isles and Greek Isles & Turkey cruises from Venice.
Rhapsody of the Seas
Will homeport at Rome (Civitavecchia) and sail nine-night Greek Isles cruises in early summer and autumn months. From late June through August, the ship will alternate seven-night Greek Isles and Greek & Turkey cruises.
Explorer of the Seas
Based in Seattle, Explorer of the Seas will offer seven-night round-trip itineraries up Tracy Arm Fjords for an incomparable view of Sawyer Glacier.
In September, the ship will sail three Pacific Coastal cruises, seven nights in duration, which feature an overnight in San Francisco, California.
Radiance of the Seas
Alternate seven-night northbound and southbound Alaska cruises between Vancouver, B.C., and Seward.