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11 nights cruise in Europe

with Serenade of the Seas
Departure Port
Ravenna (Italy)
Ports of Call
Ravenna (Italy),Treiste,Koper (Slovenia),Zadar,Split Croatia,Dubrovnik (Croatia),Kotor (Montenegro),Valletta,Siracusa (Sicily),Naples (Italy),Civitavecchia/Rome (Italy)
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Europe

Is a dream destination for many and a frequent destination for many more. It has everything to offer just about anyone. Each country is unique and has a wonderful mix of history, culture and many local sights to see. No matter the country or countries you travel to, you’ll never run out of things to do. Even getting around is part of the fun.

Ravenna, Italy

A cruise from Ravenna doesn’t just unlock some of the most captivating destinations in the Mediterranean – it also offers the perfect opportunity to explore one of Italy’s lesser-known gems. With its majestic churches and baptisteries and its abundance of early Christian mosaics, this charming seaside port is a haven for lovers of art and architecture. It also has a surprisingly rich history – Ravenna served as the capital of the Western Roman Empire for three hundred years and became a thriving hub for talented craftsmen, artists and master masons. It’s why the city is rich with museums and beautiful historic palaces. Dedicate a couple days to getting to know Ravenna ahead of your cruise.

Dubrovnik, Croatia

A walk along the Strantoum street and a tour of the Old City will surely take you back in time, with its old narrow streets and historical buildings that have remained virtually intact since the 13th century. High walls surround the main attractions of the town, like the great monasteries of the Dominicans and Franciscans Monks and the amazing Sponza Palace.

Koper, Slovenia

The city of Koper, in southwestern Slovenia, lies on a valley and has evolved into a commercial and industrial centre.The modern urban development, which began after the Second World War, changed completely the image of Koper. Many buildings dating from 15th to 18th century have survived until today and give the city a magnificent appearence. Some of the most important are the Praetor's Palace, dating from the 15th century,a Gothic-Renaissance cathedral with rich baroque interior, the Carpaccio House, the Tocco Palace, which nowadays houses the Ethnographic Museum and archaeological collections.Also, the main gate of the fortification walls of the town, is preserved.
 

Kotor (Montenegro)

In the southeastern edge of Kotor Bay, is located the namesake city, with its medieval color intact, a World Heritage site, under the protection of UNESCO. The walls of the city, stretching for 4.5 kilometers, were gradually growing over the centuries and nowadays create points with stunning view. The natural beauty is inherent in the rich history and tradition, and a host of cultural events organized every year in the region, attract many tourists to the medieval natural harbor of Adriatic. The traces of Illyrians, of the Roman culture,of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque era, are particularly strong and are reflected in the many attractions and monuments of different historical periods.

Valletta

Valletta, the capital of Malta, founded in 1566 by the Knights of St.John.The city is an outdoor museum, with strong elements of Baroque architecture and has been declared by UNESCO as world cultural heritage.Exept of the attractions, the city can offer unique moments of relaxation and nightlife.The atmosphere of the illuminated city at night is breathtaking.

Naples, Italy

Naples

In the shadow of the Vesuvius volcano, Naples is full of architectural treasures. Also hosts one of the most important archaeological museums in the world, the National Archeological Museum. Visit the ancient city of Pompeii or the beautiful island of Capri to enjoy the magnificent view from the mountaintop. Wander through the picturesque streets of the nearby Sorrento and try Lemontselo, a delicious lemon liqueur.

Civitavecchia/Rome, Italy

Civitavecchia is a town and comune of the province of Rome. A sea port which is located 80 kilometres west-north-west of Rome. The harbor is formed by two piers and a breakwater, on which is a lighthouse.

Siracusa, Sicily

Siracusa is a pictureque city in Sicily, in Italy. Like many places in the country, it is an ancient town with a rich heritage. It was built by the ancient greeks and it is so scenic that Cicero once said:"the greatest Greek city and the most beautiful of them all." Beautiful historic remains, basilicas, catacombs and burial caves give the chance to the visitors to have an interesting travel to the distant past. It is an amazing city that combines the history with the modern. Do not forget to taste the delicious italian cuisine and the wonderful wines.

Split Croatia

Split is a Mediterranean city of exceptional beauty, surrounded by lush pine forests and stands of wildflowers, dating 1700 years ago. Wander through the old cobbled streets and discover the imposing Palace of Diocletian in the heart of the city or catch a ferry to visit the picturesque Ivari island, famous for its fine wines Ntalmatia.

Treiste

Trieste is a magnificent city, with great neoclassical buildings - property of wealthy merchants and sailors, mostly of the 19th century- squares, theaters, museums, all very inspiring to the visitor. A vibrant city with its most beautiful area to be the one between two main squares: the Piazza del 'Unita and the Piazza della Liberta. The creation of modern and free port on both ends of the waterfront created the conditions for a huge development.
 

Zadar

Zadar is a coastal town and seaport of Croatia, located north of Split. The city has been inhabited since the 7th century BC. The old town is built on a peninsula, surrounded by a wall and is completely built up, with the typical architecture of medieval cities. The modern Zadar is a tourist city and major sights are the octagonal church of Agios Donatos (9th century) with its impressive bell tower, the Cathedral of St. Anastasia (9th-12th century) and the Roman market near Zeleni square.

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Day City/Port Arrival Departure
1 Ravenna, Italy ------ 20:00
2 Treiste 07:00 20:00
3 Koper, Slovenia 08:00 18:00
4 Zadar 08:00 18:00
5 Split Croatia 08:00 18:00
6 Dubrovnik, Croatia 08:00 18:00
7 Kotor (Montenegro) 08:00 18:00
8 Cruising 00:00 00:00
9 Valletta 08:00 19:00
10 Siracusa, Sicily 07:00 16:30
11 Naples, Italy 08:00 ------
12 Civitavecchia/Rome, Italy 05:00 00:00
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Serenade of the Seas

With more open space, balconies and expansive glass exteriors on our Radiance Class ships, youmight just forget you’re on a ship at all. 

  • 13 decks of activity, entertainment and accommodation
  • 9-deck Centrum with curved staircases, domed ceilings and glass lifts with panoramic sea views
  • Choice of alternative dining venues
  • Outstanding entertainment from the Casino RoyaleSM to Safari Club, with its self-levelling pool tables and a theatre offering West End style productions
  • An array of bars to choose from
  • Rock-climbing wall, putting green and golf simulator
  • State-of-the-art Day Spa and Fitness Centre
  • Sun deck and solarium, plus main pool area
  • Adventure Ocean® Youth Programme and Optix Teen Centre

Radiance Class Royal Advantage: Outdoor film screen; various new dining options including Boardwalk Dog House, Chops Grille*, Giovanni’s Table*, Izumi*, Park Café, Rita’s Cantina*, Samba Grill Brazilian* and Chef’s Table*; an exclusive wine pairing dinner; Royal Babies and Tots Nursery; flat screen interactive TVs in all staterooms

* Cover charges apply.

 

Ship's Specifications

Inaugural Date  2003
Gross Tonnage 90,090
Length 962 ft
Max Beam 105.6 ft
Draught 27.9 ft
Cruising Speed 22 knots
Guest Capacity (Double Occupancy)                        2,501                       
Staff Size 859
Decks  
Last Refurbished 2012

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Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International has been delivering innovation at sea since its launch in 1969. Each successive class of ships is a record-breaking architectural marvel that revolutionizes vacations with the latest technology. Today, the cruise line continues to dial up the guest experience for adventurous travelers, offering bold onboard thrills, spectacular dining options, breath-taking entertainment and world-class accommodations. All while sailing exciting itineraries to 270+ destinations in 60+ countries on six continents. Royal Caribbean has been voted Best Cruise Line Overall for 20 consecutive years by Travel Weekly readers. And Perfect Day at CocoCay, its private island in The Bahamas, has been recognized as the Private Island Destination by Travel Weekly readers for three years running.

Cruises with Royal Caribbean® unlock some of the best and most iconic corners of the world. With us, there’s no limit on adventure — whether you dream of island-hopping to beautiful beaches in the Caribbean and the South Pacific, 
exploring wild national parks in Alaska and northern Europe, soaking up ancient history and culture in the Mediterranean or immersing yourself in Asia’s many exotic wonders. Choose from all kinds of globetrotting itineraries sailing to more than 300 awe-inspiring ports of call. No matter where you wander, you’re in for a getaway unlike any other. 

There are so many reasons to get excited about a Royal Caribbean® cruise. Choose from itineraries that take you to top-rated vacation destinations, from sun-soaked Caribbean isles to ancient temples in Asia and everywhere in between. 
Make the most out of every moment at sea while traveling onboard the world’s best cruise ships, loaded from bow to stern with game-changing thrills, dazzling entertainment, as well as next-level dining and unmatched activities for all kinds of  adventure-seekers. No matter which ship you choose to sail on, this is a fleet filled with incredible feats.

On the world’s largest cruise ships, bigger means bolder adventures. There isn’t a holiday in the world that packs more adventure into one week than Oasis Class ships – Harmony®, Allure®, Symphony®, Oasis®, Wonder® and Utopia of the Seas℠. Whether you’re looking forward to a thrill-filled getaway with a squad that spans several generations, or a sun-soaked couples’ retreat elevated by world class dining and electrifying nightlife, each Oasis Class cruise ship offers experiences to wow every kind of traveler. Discover why the largest cruise ships sailing to Caribbean and Europe vacation destinations are consistently awarded Best Ship year after year by Travel Weekly readers. 

50+ Years of Innovation and Memorable Vacations
Touting six of the world’s largest cruise ships among its fleet of 29 renowned ships and one-of-a-kind private destinations, Royal Caribbean International brings to life unforgettable vacations and inspires the next generation of adventurers with the latest innovations and unique experiences.

Private Island Destinations
The global cruise line is a proven leader when it comes to bringing new features and unexpected adventures to life. More recently, Royal Caribbean upped the ante with the introduction of the Perfect Day Island Collection, beginning with Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas. The 2019 opening debuted the $250 million transformation of the cruise line’s existing private destination, and it quickly became its No. 1 Caribbean destination. 

Game-changing Ships
For 50-plus years, Royal Caribbean has built its reputation on providing the most innovative cruise experiences. Cruising for the modern traveler was first redefined in 1999 with new onboard adventures on Voyager Class ships, such as a rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink and the Royal Promenade – a main boulevard of shops, restaurants and lounges that runs the length of the ship. In 2006, the line further transformed the industry with the introduction of Freedom Class, which featured the first FlowRider surf simulator at sea, the H20 Zone aqua park and cantilevered whirlpools suspended 112 feet above the ocean.

It was in 2009 when Royal Caribbean’s renowned Oasis Class ships hit the high seas and revolutionized cruising. Architectural marvels Oasis, Allure, Harmony and Symphony of the Seas are known as the largest cruise ships in the world. They tout the cruise line's signature neighborhood concept of seven distinct themed areas, which include Central Park, Boardwalk, the Royal Promenade, the Pool and Sports Zone, Vitality Spa and Fitness Center, Entertainment Place and Youth Zone. The fifth ship to join the innovative lineup was Wonder of the Seas, sailing from Florida and Spain in 2022. The world’s largest cruise ship is set to make waves with eight distinct neighborhoods, a Royal Caribbean first, that include all-new features and signature adventures: from the Suite Neighborhood and Wonder Playscape, an interactive, open-air kids’ play area with endless ocean views; to the Ultimate Abyss, the tallest slide at sea; and the AquaTheater entertainment venue brought to life by high divers, slackliners, dancers, special effects and more.

The leading cruise line followed up Oasis Class with the introduction of Quantum Class, which debuted in 2014 with unprecedented innovation in ship design, thrilling activities, cutting-edge technology and multidimensional entertainment. There are groundbreaking features on board that are now guest favorites, including North Star, the glass capsule that takes guests more than 300 feet above the ocean; Two70, an immersive, multimedia entertainment venue; and robot bartenders at Bionic Bar. Then came Quantum Ultra Class, with Spectrum of the Seas’ debut in 2019 and Odyssey of the Seas in 2021. Odyssey became the first of its kind to cruise in North America, and it’s also set to visit the Mediterranean’s most luring cities and famed beach destinations in the summers.

The next generation of cruising is about to set sail with the debut of Icon of the Seas in 2024, the first of the new, game-changing Icon Class ships. Introducing all-new features, Icon will be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) – the cruise line’s first – and sail with additional sustainable features, like shore power connectivity, to dramatically reduce fuel consumption and emissions. The new class represents Royal Caribbean’s next significant step in its journey to becoming emission-free.

With a passion for building revolutionary ships and private destinations, and its commitment to continuous improvement, the cruise line also has a long history of protecting the communities and oceans in which it operates. This includes reducing energy consumption in both marine and hotel operations as well as designing and building the most efficient ships. These principles drive every effort to be a leader in sustainable design and innovation.

 

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INCLUDED

  • Accommodation in a cabin of your choice
  • Full board daily on the cruise ship
  • Selected refreshments at the ship's buffet restaurant
  • The fun and entertainment program, use of swimming pool & gym
  • Professional liability insurance

NOT INCLUDED

  • Meals at themed restaurants
  • Alcoholic and bottled drinks and soft drinks
  • Optional excursions
  • Internet access
  • Services of the beauty and rejuvenation center (spa)
  • Purchases from the ship's stores and everything not expressly mentioned in the included
  • Gratuities (added to the final price of the reservation)
  • Port charges and taxes (added to the final price of the reservation)
  • Air tickets
  • Transfers from/to port/airport
  • Travel insurance

For passengers staying in Royal Suite Class Suites on the Quantum, Oasis and Icon class ships, the cruise price includes additional benefits depending on the category to which the Suite belongs as follows:

SEA CLASS - Junior Suite & Junior Suite with Large Balcony and Sunset Junior Suite in the Icon category:
Amenities : Dining at Coastal Kitchen themed restaurant (drinks not included) & The Grove in Icon class, bathrobe for use on board, luxury bedding, luxury bath products, Lavazza coffee maker

SKY CLASS – Golden Junior Suite, Golden Balcony, Grand Suite - 1 Bedroom, Grand Suite with Large Balcony – 1 Bedroom, Grand Suite – 2 Bedrooms, Owner's Suite – 1 Bedroom, Crown Loft Suite, AquaTheater Suite – 1 Bedroom, Spacious AquaTheater Suite – 1 bedroom, Sky Loft Suite and in the Icon category, Surfside Family Suite – 1 bedroom with 2 double beds, Sky Junior Suite – 1 bedroom, Panoramic Suite – 1 bedroom, Grand Suite – 1 bedroom, Infinite Grand Suite – 1 bedroom, Sunset Suite – 1 Bedroom, Sunset Corner Suite – 1 Bedroom:
Amenities: Concierge Service, 24-hour access to Coastal Kitchen Restaurant & The Grove in Icon Class, bottled water in the cabin (on arrival), full access to the ship's Voom wi-fi, priority boarding and disembarking, priority dining reservations, access in Suite Lounge, access to Suite Sun Deck & Grove Suite Sun Deck in Icon Class, bathrobe for use on board, luxury linens, luxury bath products, Lavazza coffee maker

STAR CLASS – Aquatheater Suite with large balcony – 2 bedrooms, spacious Aquatheater Suite with large balcony – 2 bedrooms, Star Loft suite, Ultimate Panoramic Suite, Grand panoramic Suite – 1 bedroom, Owner's Panoramic Suite – 1 bedroom, Grand Loft Suite, Owner's Loft Suite, Villa Suite – 4 bedrooms, Royal Loft Suite, Ultimate Family Suite and in the Icon category, Icon Loft – 1 bedroom, Ultimate Family Townhouse – 2 bedrooms
Amenities: Exclusive access to Royal Genie service, all-day access to Coastal Kitchen & The Grove in Icon category, complimentary dining at themed restaurants, complimentary deluxe beverage package, complimentary soft drink package, daily bottled water in suite, gratuities, access to wi- fi of the ship, access to the ship's Suite Lounge, full access to the Suite Sun Deck &, in the Grove Suite Sun Deck in the Icon class complimentary Coca Cola, soft drinks and water in the minibar, complimentary dry cleaning, bathrobes for use on board, luxury bedding, luxury bathroom products, Lavazza coffee maker

GENERAL NOTES
Prices are per person in Euro €, in a double cabin in the lowest available category

  • In order to complete the booking and in accordance with the company's policy, it is necessary to provide the full details of all passengers as stated in (a) Passport(s) / Identity Card(s) depending on the cruise you have chosen (Name, Date and Place of Birth, Issue and Expiry Date, Issuing Authority).
  • In addition it is necessary to send the contact details (Name and Mobile phone) of a person (relative or friend) as an Emergency Contact.
  • For your participation in the above cruise it is necessary to have a valid passport. On some cruises with destination ports in the Western Mediterranean you can also travel with a new type of identity card with Latin characters. Ask us about the cruise you are interested in.
  • Confirmation requires a deposit of the total value of the reservation (the amount varies, depending on the duration of the cruise) and payment 45 days before the departure of the cruise. For reservations made in a period of less than 45 days, immediate payment is required.
  • Deposits for suite bookings will be calculated as 10% of cruise fare per guest. If the 10% value is less than the standard deposit amount, the standard amount will be applied. All suite bookings, including Junior Suites, have non-refundable deposits. As such, the full 10% deposit per person will be withheld upon cancellation. If your clients downgrade from a suite category to a lower category which has a lower cruise fare, the higher deposit will still be held.
  • Prices are not fixed. They are linked to the availability of cruise ships.
  • Early booking ensures availability on the cruise, the cabin class you want at competitive prices.

MINIMUM AGE TO SAIL UNACCOMPANIED
Minimum age to sail unaccompanied on sailings originating in North America is twenty-one (21). On sailings originating in South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand is eighteen (18).

The exceptions age policy are as follows: Minors Traveling with Parents: Minors can be berthed without an adult in the stateroom only when at least one parent is sailing, and the staterooms are physically adjacent (directly next door or directly across the hall) to one another. 

INFANT POLICY
Infants sailing on a cruise must be at least 6 months old as of the first day of the cruise and/or CruiseTour. HOWEVER: For transatlantic, transpacific, Hawaii, select South American and other selected cruises and/or CruiseTours, 
the infant must be at least 12 months old as of the first day of the cruise/CruiseTour. For the purposes of this policy, any cruise that has 3 or more days consecutive at sea will require infants to be 12 months old on the first day of the 
cruise/CruiseTour.

Cancellations for individual bookings Amounts of cancellations per person (excluding insurance premiums or conversion costs)

3 - 5 nights

90 days or more before departure = no charge per person*
89 – 60 days before departure € 25 per person
59 – 30 days before departure € 80 per person
29 – 8 days before departure 50% of the total price (excluding taxes and gratuities)
7 – 0 days before departure 100% of the cruise value (excluding taxes and gratuities)

6+ nights

90 days or more before departure = no charge per person*
89 – 60 days before departure € 50 per person
59 – 45 days before departure 100% of the deposit
44 – 30 days before departure 25% of the total price (excluding taxes and gratuities)
29 – 8 days before departure 50% of the total price (excluding taxes and gratuities)
  7 – 0 days before departure 100% of the cruise value (excluding taxes and gratuities)
For the holiday period, cancellation fees start 89 days before the cruise departure, however, as the period may vary, please contact us for details.

*Please note that some advertised fares may be offered on a non-refundable deposit basis (NRD - nonrefundable deposit basis), meaning that no matter when you cancel your booking, the minimum cancellation charge will always be loss of the advance payment given per person or part of it and you receive the difference in the form of a voucher. Other terms may also apply to such bookings, including but not limited to the charge for changes to the booking.

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