Royal Caribbean adds new summer cruises to Cyprus

Royal Caribbean International has announced two additional sailing seasons from Limassol, Cyprus, in 2022 and 2023.

The cruise line has revealed that after successful summer sailing from Cyprus, Rhapsody of the Seas will offer a range of seven-night Greek Islands cruises that will make a round trip from Limassol in August and September 2022.

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Summer 2022 itineraries will include must-see destinations including the Greek Islands, Greece, Israel, Egypt and Turkey.

In May-August 2023, Rhapsody will return to Limassol on new seven-night cruises to Israel and Egypt, as well as itineraries to Greece and Turkey. Then the ship will sail to Haifa until early November 2023, sailing a mix of two- to seven-night itineraries to Greece, the Greek Islands and Cyprus.

“Cyprus is a key and growing market for Royal Caribbean and represents the ideal gateway for our clients to explore the Eastern Mediterranean,” said Royal Caribbean Vice President Ben Bouldin. “We look forward to returning to this beautiful island for the next two consecutive summers and welcoming more Cypriot guests on board.”

“I have no doubts that with the continued support of the Cypriot Ministry of Tourism and our new trade representatives, we are in an excellent position to develop in Cyprus and continue to provide a memorable holiday in the region,” continued Bouldin.

Cruises departing from Limassol will be available exclusively through approved travel agencies, including Top Kinisis Travel, Let’s Go Tours by Amathus, Century Travel and Louis Travel.

Rhapsody of the Seas will provide guests with a variety of entertainment and relaxation options including the Vitality Spa and Fitness Center, the adults-only solarium, two swimming pools, six hot tubs, a rock climbing wall 40 feet high and more again.

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