Royal Caribbean released new itineraries to destinations in the Caribbean for the 2023-2024 cruise season.
- Harmony OTS will move from PortMiami (Florida) to Galveston (Texas) in November 2023 and start a 4-night cruise on November 1, 2023, before changing to 7-night voyages through April 2024.
- Symphony OTS will shift to Fort Lauderdale (Port Everglades, Florida) after sailing back from Europe in November 2023. From Port Everglades, Symphony OTS will sail alternating 6- and 8-night voyages to the Caribbean.
- Odyssey OTS will remain in Port Everglades as well, sailing alternating 6- and 8-night voyages through April 2024.
- Oasis OTS will move back to PortMiami after completing her summer voyages from New York (Cape Liberty Bayonne NJ-NYC). Oasis of the Seas will start with a 4-night voyage on November 1, 2023, and then switch to 7-night alternating cruises from PortMiami through April 2024.
- Wonder OTS (world's largest passenger ship) will continue to offer 7-night voyages from Port Canaveral (Orlando, Florida) through April 2024.
- Brilliance OTS will start offering 7-night voyages from Tampa (Florida). She returns to the port after her summer season and sails 7-night Western Caribbean voyages.
- Voyager OTS will call Port Canaveral home and sail 6- and 8-night voyages around the Caribbean.
- Icon OTS, the first cruise ship in the Icon Class, is due to debut in fall 2023 and is so far absent from the deployments. Royal Caribbean has not revealed where Icon will sail from yet.
More voyages will be announced over the course of the next weeks.