|14th14||FebFeb||202121||Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey, United States, embark on the Anthem of the Seas||15:00|
|16th16||FebFeb||202121||Port Canaveral, Florida, United States||12:00||21:00|
|Widely known for the Kennedy Space Center, Port Canaveral is located in the city of Cape Canaveral, home to beautiful beaches and Brevard Zoo.|
|17th17||FebFeb||202121||Coco Cay, Bahamas||09:30||18:00|
|Previously called Little Stirrup Cay, Coco Cay is now a private island owned by Royal Caribbean International. The resort offers exclusive activities and relaxation for their cruise line passengers.|
|Nassau's sheltered harbor bustles with cruise-ship activity, while a block away Bay Street's sidewalks are crowded with shoppers who duck into air-conditioned boutiques and relax on benches in the shade of mahogany and lignum vitae trees. Shops angle for tourist dollars with fine imported goods at duty-free prices, yet you'll find a handful of stores overflowing with authentic Bahamian crafts, food supplies, and other delights. With a revitalization of downtown ongoing—the revamped British Colonial Hilton leading the way—Nassau is recapturing some of its past glamour. Nevertheless, modern influences are completely apparent: fancy restaurants, suave clubs, and trendy coffeehouses have popped up everywhere. These changes have come partly in response to the growing number of upper-crust crowds that now supplement the spring breakers and cruise passengers who have traditionally flocked to Nassau. Of course, you can still find a wild club or a rowdy bar, but you can also sip cappuccino while viewing contemporary Bahamian art or dine by candlelight beneath prints of old Nassau, serenaded by soft, island-inspired calypso music. A trip to Nassau wouldn't be complete without a stop at some of the island's well-preserved historic buildings. The large, pink colonial-style edifices house Parliament and some of the courts, while others, like Fort Charlotte, date back to the days when pirates ruled the town. Take a tour via horse-drawn carriage for the full effect.|
|21st21||FebFeb||202121||Cape Liberty, Bayonne, New Jersey, United States, disembark the Anthem of the Seas||06:00|
The images shown are for illustration purposes only and may not be an exact representation of what you find on the ship.
The images shown are for illustration purposes only and may not be an exact representation of what you find on the ship.
Discover the taste of America with all your favourite comfort foods, hand-picked from cities across the states. The dishes are homespun in our kitchen with a few creative twists. New Orleans’ famous gumbo. New England clam chowder. Southern buttermilk fried chicken. All freshly served up in a welcoming surround of sweeping natural landscapes, iconic photography and décor accents emulating the classic American roadster.
When it comes to sharing a little leisure time with family and friends onboard, there’s no better place than Café Promenade.
Simply pick a table with a view, get a cup of coffee, grab a little something to eat, then sit back and relax. Whether you’re in search of snacks, pastries and sandwiches throughout the day and into the night, or looking to quench your thirst from a full line of beverages, you’ll find it at Café Promenade.
Located in an intimate, exclusive enclave within Chops Grille, this private epicurean experience for up to 16 people treats you to a five-course, upgraded steakhouse menu and wine tasting.
Dinner at Chef’s Table is both experiential and educational, as the Chef de Cuisine specially prepares and presents each course, while explaining its cooking techniques, ingredients and flavours. Then a sommelier pairs every course with wine chosen to enhance your enjoyment of the dish.
The height of contemporary cuisine is realised at Chic, where the freshest ingredients of the wild are evolved for a modern palate. Proteins that pack a punch—beef rib-eye, lamb chops, Mediterranean sea bass—are treated to the delicate drizzle of sauces made from scratch. Salt is sea salt. Cream is crème. And truffles mingle with champagne for a butter sauce that surpasses all expectation.
Most intriguing: The first dry-aged steaks at sea, each hand-selected and aged for nearly four weeks to achieve the pinnacle of flavor, tenderness and aroma. This prime beef is joined by Maine lobster, veal Parmesan, grilled branzino and more succulent dishes paired with addictive sides and irresistible desserts.
For more than a decade, the chefs of Chops Grille have proudly presented quality, hand cut steaks at Royal Caribbean’s hallmark restaurant. Now, they give you a fresh twist on a favourite, with a revamped menu that brings contemporary flair to traditional steakhouse offerings.
Most intriguing: The first dry-aged steaks at sea, each hand selected and aged for nearly four weeks to achieve the pinnacle of flavour, tenderness, and aroma. This prime beef is joined by Maine lobster, veal parmesan, grilled branzino and more succulent dishes paired with addictive sides and irresistible desserts.
Exclusively for suite guests, Coastal Kitchen fuses Mediterranean influences with the unmatched riches of California’s bountiful farmlands. This is a destination that exudes pure freshness. From Pacific Coast favorites like sea bass ceviche, to the Central Valley’s sliced avocado and homemade blueberry pie, to Med-inspired tastes like Serrano ham, whipped goat cheese and roasted grapes.
From sushi to sashimi and tableside cooking preparation using Hot Rocks, Royal Caribbean’s Izumi offers guests an exotic Asian-inspired dining experience.
Warm up with Jamie’s Italian Famous Plank piled high with cured meats, pickles and tempting cheeses. From there, try delicious pastas made in-house everyday—like indulgent pumpkin panzerotti and zingy prawn linguine to name a few. Plus more entrées, small plates, a gorgeous selection of grills and tempting desserts.
Johnny Rockets has been serving up delicious American fare to diners around the world since 1986.Its menu features fresh, never frozen, made-to-order hamburgers, sides, shakes and desserts. So, no matter where you are onboard or in the world, you’re always surrounded by good food and simple pleasures.
Food and drink. It doesn’t have to be so complicated. That’s the philosophy at Michael’s Genuine Pub, the first American gastropub at sea, brought to you by James Beard and award-winning chef Michael Schwartz.
Start with simple ingredients from the best artisanal producers. Combine them with a warm and friendly setting. Throw in a few more great reasons for people to gather, converse and share—like craft beers, including the chef’s own classic American ale, Michael’s Genuine Home Brew. And for those with their sights set beyond hops, a finely curated list of wine, cocktails and spirits, including bourbon whiskey flights, is sure to warm their cheeks.
Welcome to SeaPlex Dog House, where the first-ever food truck at sea serves up gourmet hot dogs for all to enjoy in the SeaPlex, the largest indoor active space at sea. With a wide menu of delicious sausages and hot dogs that span the globe in origin and flavor—plus a variety of tasty condiments, sides and salads.
Weave your way through a vibrant tapestry of pan-Asian flavours as diverse and nuanced as the Far East itself. Every tapestry tells a story – and this one brings together the greatest characters in the history of exotic cuisine.
Turmeric, cumin and red chili in a slow-cooked lamb curry. Ginger and sesame on crusted tuna. Sake-glazed salmon and teriyaki steak. On an eclectic yet balanced menu inspired by Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese and Indian cooking.
With an emphasis on freshness and “spa” cuisine for breakfast and lunch or an upscale dinner, Solarium Bistro offers the very best of healthy dining at sea.
The culinary genius and healthy comfort-food Chef behind Solarium Bistro’s menu is Devin Alexander, the bestselling author of eight cookbooks and Chef of NBC’s The Biggest Loser. She brings her unique approach to healthy cooking to the kitchens of Solarium Bistro where dishes are big on flavour and low in calories and fat.
Looking for an authentic New York pizzeria experience…at sea? Then head to Sorrento's for fully loaded pizzas right out of the oven. Try a different creation every day—from chorizo to Hawaiian to Pizza Florentine, with classic cheese and pepperoni always on call—or have one custom made with your favorite ingredients.
The Café @ Two70° is a gourmet marketplace that lets you pick the view. Choose from a variety of savoury hot-pressed sandwiches, salads custom-made to your liking, homemade soups and more.
Best of all, your selections are packed up picnic-style, so you can enjoy them in Two70° or anywhere else you like onboard.
The Grande Restaurant is a luxuriant nod to a bygone era. When dining was not a task, but a time-honored ritual. When you dressed for a date with an unforgettable dish. At The Grande, every night is formal night, and every night is a special occasion.
From Beef Wellington to Chicken a l’Orange, Roasted Scallops to Sole Almondine, the world’s favourite classic dishes come together in pure opulence at Quantum class’ most elegant restaurant.
Here staff prepare signature specialities tailored to your own taste—like fresh-pressed paninis, juices blended before your eyes, and fluffy omelets. Plus a new 24-hour station, The Grill, with rotisserie chicken, Philly cheese steaks, all-day breakfast and more on a menu that changes daily.
At Wonderland, our chefs twist their culinary kaleidoscopes to invent an elaborate dreamscape of never-before-seen fare.
The story begins as you open the menu and find your element—Wind, Ice, Fire, Water, Earth and Dreams—each with a selection of small or shareable fantasies. Flash-frozen ice cream tops tender pork belly. Wasabi caviar mingles with spicy tuna cones. Sriracha eggs appear in a plume of smoke. And magical elixirs whisper, “Drink me.” Amidst amorphous mirrors, mystery and sensory surprises, the intention of it all becomes more certain with each maddeningly delicious bite.
The images shown are for illustration purposes only and may not be an exact representation of what you find on the ship.
This jewel-shaped, elevated viewing capsule lifts you 300ft into the air, allowing you to see for miles in all directions. Not only is it a wonderful way to spot future ports as you approach them, it gives you an incredible bird’s-eye view of the ship below.
Whether it’s poolside on a sunny day while enjoying a cocktail, or wrapped up at night under the stars, enjoy blockbuster movies and major sporting events with a twist at the spectacular open-air, poolside cinema screen.
Take a chance at this Vegas-style venue, where Blackjack, Roulette and Texas Hold'em are just a few of the exciting games on offer.
Located up on Deck 14, the pool bars serve the pool areas with refreshments all day.
The stage that started it all: The Royal Theatre. For 45 years, this is where artists have danced, sung and wowed audiences across six continents. And now on Anthem of the Seas, they’ll take it to new heights.
Indulge in your favourite wine at Vintages Wine Bar.
Here you can choose from a selection of craft beers, including Schwartz's Michael's Genuine Home Brew, as well as cocktails, bourbon flights and wine.
Royal Caribbean’s first ever Ice Bar at sea is located within the Two70° venue on deck 5 serving up delicious cocktails and featuring a spiralling staircase around the bar leading up to the second level.
This Latin-themed bar serves up the best mojitos at sea, an amazing selection of tequilas and some of the hottest beats onboard!
An amazing bar that is run by bionic mixologists.
As well as being technically innovative, it’s also easy to navigate; all you have to do is submit your drink order, sit back and watch as the bionic bartenders get to work, shaking, stirring and straining two drinks in just one-minute! There’s even a resident DJ, who plays upbeat and contemporary music, so you’ll be able to enjoy a dance with your family and friends, too.
The first decision you’ll have to make is whether to enjoy a classic cocktail or create your own drink; to do this you must enter it onto the e-menus, on the tablets available. Once you’ve picked which flavours and spirits are going to feature in your delicious creation, all you have to do is pick the order in which everything will be mixed together, according to the four actions: muddle, stir, shake and strain. Once you’re happy, all that’s left to do is name your drink, submit your order and watch your creation come to life!
Alternatively, if you just fancy sipping on one of the classics on offer, then simply select your preferred drink from the e-menu and watch as the bionic bartenders get to work.
Guests staying in Grand Suite-level rooms and higher, Diamond Plus and Pinnacle Club Crown & Anchor® Society members can enjoy access to the Concierge Lounge located aft of deck 12.
The lounge serves complimentary continental breakfast and evening drinks and includes a coffee machine for guests use and selection of snacks throughout the day.
Enjoy your drink with a side of trivia at one of the regular quiz nights held in this relaxed venue.
Diamond, Diamond Plus, and Pinnacle Club Crown & Anchor® Society members enjoy access to this lounge, created to serve these loyal guests with concierge access, complimentary continental breakfast, and evening drinks.
This exhilarating skydiving simulator means you can experience the thrill of weightlessness, as powerful jets hold you up. The whole thing takes place in a 23ft tall glass flight chamber, so you can fly and take in the ocean views at the same time. It's also surrounded by a viewing platform so friends and family can see you having the time of your life. Classes start hourly, but booking is still advised tonsure you get the spot that suits you.
For all the fun of the fair, Anthem of the Seas features the wonderful new SeaPlex. This bright and futuristic space transforms from sports and games by day to music and dancing by night. Take a whirl on the first ever dodgems at sea, or play a few games of basketball. Then after dark, slip on your dancing shoes or roller skates and take to the floor, as the lights go down and the disco lights come up.
Picture it: 18 projectors combine to create an ambient surface over 100 feet wide and over 20 feet tall. Across this vast expanse, impromptu digital shows come to life in stunning 12K resolution, a pixel-perfect industry first. It looks as real as the world you know—but with fantastical scenes like nothing you’ve ever dreamed.
In the daytime you can admire the breathtaking 270° ocean views while at nighttime you can take in the spectacular entertainment thrills – hi-tech digital projection and extraordinary performance art. It’s also home to a super-stylish ice bar where mixologists are waiting to create cocktails just for you.
The Music Hall on Anthem of the Seas is a vast space, specially designed for entertainment. The huge stage plays host to a great line-up of high-energy bands who’ll have you rocking the night away. There’s a spacious dancefloor where you can party on down and plenty of comfortable seating if you just want to relax with a drink.
Virtual Concert projects high-resolution footage across Vistarama and all six Roboscreens® in Two70°, to create a multisensory musical experience as impressive as the real thing. It's a one-of-a-kind production you’ll find only on Quantum Class ships.
More like a mini water park at sea, the H20 Zone features brightly coloured sculptures spraying out water in all directions, an interactive fountain, water cannons, geysers, a circular current pool, a swimming pool fed by a waterfall and two hot tubs. There’s a dedicated pool for infants and toddlers, so the little ones can join in the fun too, plus, lots of handy deck chairs nearby for parents to keep an eye on the kids.
Treating teenagers more like adults, this programme is a way for them to meet new friends while they enjoy their favourite pastimes, from morning until 2am. As well as sports, gaming, pool parties, dancing and music, teens have their very own designated areas to hang out in such as The Living Room and Fuel teen night club.
The Living Room is a great space, with chairs and beanbags scattered around the room, surrounded by foosball, Xboxes and a widescreen TV for movies. Teens are allowed to come and go as they please in the Living Room, there no need to sign in or out.
Directly above is Fuel, the teen-only disco. There are dance parties most nights, often with a theme -- Miami night or '90s, for example -- as well as pool parties in the Solarium at the front of the ship.
With three age-specific groups – Aquanauts (3-5 years), Explorers (6-8 years and Voyagers (9-11 years), this award-winning youth programme is so much fun, kids won’t even notice that it’s educational as well! Events run from morning until ten in the evening every day, kids can make new friends whilst enjoying a whole range of activities and games.
Enjoy the magic of Bubbling Potions, uncover the dinosaur-sized secrets of Jurassic Jr, and take over the ship with the Pirate Party Parade. Parents of three-year olds can opt for pagers so Adventure Ocean staff can stay in touch.
Space Mud, Fossil Fever and Meteorology Madness. Hands-on science gets young minds churning – along with explorations of arts with Adventure Art and Adventure Theatre. Round out the night with dancing through the decades and ice cream for all.
For 9 to 11 year olds there’s a range of cool and educational activities including science experiments, backstage tours and new sports like Gagaball.
Seaplex is the largest, most revolutionary indoor active space at sea. By day kids can shoot some hoops and charge around on a full-size basketball court or master the art of the flying trapeze at the circus school.
Come night-time they can discover the thrills of the first bumper car and roller skate offering at sea – with music from a DJ booth, floating overhead. There’s even a food truck to serve up tasty snacks when hunger pangs hit.
The tiniest cruisers (6-36 months) are kept entertained by trained professionals in the onboard nursery. Offering day and evening drop-off options, so you can leave your little ones while you enjoy some quiet time. Older kids can look forward to the award-winning Youth Zone programme.
|Return flights including luggage allowance|
|7 nights aboard the Anthem of the Seas|
|Evening entertainment & Broadway style shows|
|Choice of traditional or anytime dining|
|Drinks Packages available|
|Speciality Restaurants (charges may apply)|
|24-hour room service|
|Port Taxes and Fees|
|ABTA and ATOL Protection*|
|Interior staterooms from||£1,469pp|
|1U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£1,579pp|
|2U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£1,528pp|
|3U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£1,549pp|
|4U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£1,469pp|
|Oceanview staterooms from||£1,601pp|
|1M||Spacious Ocean View||£1,681pp|
|2M||Spacious Ocean View||£1,681pp|
|Balcony staterooms from||£1,783pp|
|1E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£1,812pp|
|2E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£1,783pp|
|1D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,936pp|
|2D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,914pp|
|3D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,929pp|
|4D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,907pp|
|5D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,922pp|
|6D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,900pp|
|7D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,914pp|
|8D||Ocean View Balcony||£1,893pp|
|1C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£1,987pp|
|2C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£1,980pp|
|4C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£1,973pp|
|2F||Studio Ocean View Balcony||£2,155pp|
|Suite staterooms from||£2,075pp|
|GL||Grand Loft Suite||£4,199pp|
|GS||Grand Suite (1 Bedroom)||£2,637pp|
|GT||Grand Suite (2 Bedroom)||£3,287pp|
|GB||Grand Suite with Large Balcony||£2,790pp|
|J1||Junior Suite with Large Balcony||£2,185pp|
|OL||Owner's Loft Suite||£4,966pp|
|OS||Owner's Suite (1 Bedroom)||£3,338pp|
|RL||Royal Loft Suite||£7,200pp|
|SL||Sky Loft Suite||£3,791pp|
|Interior staterooms from||£2,199pp|
|1U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,309pp|
|2U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,258pp|
|3U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,279pp|
|4U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,199pp|
|Oceanview staterooms from||£2,331pp|
|1M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,411pp|
|2M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,411pp|
|Balcony staterooms from||£2,513pp|
|1E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,542pp|
|2E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,513pp|
|1D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,666pp|
|2D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,644pp|
|3D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,659pp|
|4D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,637pp|
|5D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,652pp|
|6D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,630pp|
|7D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,644pp|
|8D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,623pp|
|1C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,717pp|
|2C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,710pp|
|4C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,703pp|
|2F||Studio Ocean View Balcony||£2,885pp|
|Suite staterooms from||£2,805pp|
|GL||Grand Loft Suite||£4,929pp|
|GS||Grand Suite (1 Bedroom)||£3,367pp|
|GT||Grand Suite (2 Bedroom)||£4,017pp|
|GB||Grand Suite with Large Balcony||£3,520pp|
|J1||Junior Suite with Large Balcony||£2,915pp|
|OL||Owner's Loft Suite||£5,696pp|
|OS||Owner's Suite (1 Bedroom)||£4,068pp|
|RL||Royal Loft Suite||£7,930pp|
|SL||Sky Loft Suite||£4,521pp|
|Interior staterooms from||£2,196pp|
|1U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,306pp|
|2U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,255pp|
|3U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,276pp|
|4U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,196pp|
|Oceanview staterooms from||£2,328pp|
|1M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,408pp|
|2M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,408pp|
|Balcony staterooms from||£2,510pp|
|1E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,539pp|
|2E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,510pp|
|1D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,663pp|
|2D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,641pp|
|3D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,656pp|
|4D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,634pp|
|5D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,649pp|
|6D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,627pp|
|7D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,641pp|
|8D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,620pp|
|1C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,714pp|
|2C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,707pp|
|4C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,700pp|
|2F||Studio Ocean View Balcony||£2,882pp|
|Suite staterooms from||£2,802pp|
|GL||Grand Loft Suite||£4,926pp|
|GS||Grand Suite (1 Bedroom)||£3,364pp|
|GT||Grand Suite (2 Bedroom)||£4,014pp|
|GB||Grand Suite with Large Balcony||£3,517pp|
|J1||Junior Suite with Large Balcony||£2,912pp|
|OL||Owner's Loft Suite||£5,693pp|
|OS||Owner's Suite (1 Bedroom)||£4,065pp|
|RL||Royal Loft Suite||£7,927pp|
|SL||Sky Loft Suite||£4,518pp|
|Interior staterooms from||£2,171pp|
|1U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,281pp|
|2U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,230pp|
|3U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,251pp|
|4U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,171pp|
|Oceanview staterooms from||£2,303pp|
|1M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,383pp|
|2M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,383pp|
|Balcony staterooms from||£2,485pp|
|1E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,514pp|
|2E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,485pp|
|1D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,638pp|
|2D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,616pp|
|3D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,631pp|
|4D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,609pp|
|5D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,624pp|
|6D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,602pp|
|7D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,616pp|
|8D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,595pp|
|1C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,689pp|
|2C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,682pp|
|4C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,675pp|
|2F||Studio Ocean View Balcony||£2,857pp|
|Suite staterooms from||£2,777pp|
|GL||Grand Loft Suite||£4,901pp|
|GS||Grand Suite (1 Bedroom)||£3,339pp|
|GT||Grand Suite (2 Bedroom)||£3,989pp|
|GB||Grand Suite with Large Balcony||£3,492pp|
|J1||Junior Suite with Large Balcony||£2,887pp|
|OL||Owner's Loft Suite||£5,668pp|
|OS||Owner's Suite (1 Bedroom)||£4,040pp|
|RL||Royal Loft Suite||£7,902pp|
|SL||Sky Loft Suite||£4,493pp|
|Interior staterooms from||£2,145pp|
|1U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,255pp|
|2U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,204pp|
|3U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,225pp|
|4U||Interior with Virtual Balcony||£2,145pp|
|Oceanview staterooms from||£2,277pp|
|1M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,357pp|
|2M||Spacious Ocean View||£2,357pp|
|Balcony staterooms from||£2,459pp|
|1E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,488pp|
|2E||Obstructed Ocean View Balcony||£2,459pp|
|1D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,612pp|
|2D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,590pp|
|3D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,605pp|
|4D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,583pp|
|5D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,598pp|
|6D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,576pp|
|7D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,590pp|
|8D||Ocean View Balcony||£2,569pp|
|1C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,663pp|
|2C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,656pp|
|4C||Ocean View with Large Balcony||£2,649pp|
|2F||Studio Ocean View Balcony||£2,831pp|
|Suite staterooms from||£2,751pp|
|GL||Grand Loft Suite||£4,875pp|
|GS||Grand Suite (1 Bedroom)||£3,313pp|
|GT||Grand Suite (2 Bedroom)||£3,963pp|
|GB||Grand Suite with Large Balcony||£3,466pp|
|J1||Junior Suite with Large Balcony||£2,861pp|
|OL||Owner's Loft Suite||£5,642pp|
|OS||Owner's Suite (1 Bedroom)||£4,014pp|
|RL||Royal Loft Suite||£7,876pp|
|SL||Sky Loft Suite||£4,467pp|
|(All prices are £GBP per person)|
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|Sun 4th Apr 202104 Apr 21||1,302||1,551||1,592||2,080|
|Sun 4th Apr 202104 Apr 21||2,010||2,259||2,300||2,788|
|Sun 4th Apr 202104 Apr 21||2,028||2,277||2,318||2,806|
|Sun 4th Apr 202104 Apr 21||2,108||2,357||2,398||2,886|
|Sun 4th Apr 202104 Apr 21||2,109||2,358||2,399||2,887|
|Sun 11th Apr 202111 Apr 21||1,273||1,478||1,541||1,715|
|Sun 11th Apr 202111 Apr 21||1,981||2,186||2,249||2,423|
|Sun 11th Apr 202111 Apr 21||1,999||2,204||2,267||2,441|
|Sun 11th Apr 202111 Apr 21||2,076||2,281||2,344||2,518|
|Sun 11th Apr 202111 Apr 21||2,080||2,285||2,348||2,522|
|Sun 18th Apr 202118 Apr 21||1,419||1,572||1,657||2,146|
|Sun 7th Nov 202107 Nov 21||660||748||828||1,193|
|Sun 14th Nov 202114 Nov 21||629||719||799||1,193|
|Sun 21st Nov 202121 Nov 21||779||879||1,009||2,099|
|Sun 28th Nov 202128 Nov 21||629||719||799||1,193|
|Sun 5th Dec 202105 Dec 21||660||748||828||1,193|
|Sun 20th Feb 202220 Feb 22||711||806||901||1,437|
|Sun 20th Feb 202220 Feb 22||1,605||1,700||1,795||2,331|
|Sun 27th Feb 202227 Feb 22||697||784||887||1,765|
|Sun 6th Mar 202206 Mar 22||700||787||889||1,364|
|Sun 13th Mar 202213 Mar 22||722||809||911||1,386|
|Sun 20th Mar 202220 Mar 22||Please call for availability|
|Sun 27th Mar 202227 Mar 22||743||831||933||1,692|
|Sun 3rd Apr 202203 Apr 22||722||809||911||1,663|
|Sun 10th Apr 202210 Apr 22||697||784||887||1,899|
|Sun 17th Apr 202217 Apr 22||711||806||901||1,714|
|Sun 24th Apr 202224 Apr 22||711||806||901||1,510|
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