Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas is due to become the first in her class, as well as the world's largest, sailing from the Northeast. The cruise line revealed that its 18-deck ship starts sailing from Bayonne, New Jersey, in May 2020.
- Adventure of the Seas is scheduled to return to Cape Liberty, with various 5- and 9-night summer and fall itineraries to the Bahamas, Caribbean, Bermuda, Canada and New England.
- Vision of the Seas is due to offer a trio of 10- to 11-night itineraries between Bayonne-Quebec City with an overnight in the capital.
- Harmony of the Seas and Symphony of the Seas return to Port Canaveral and PortMiami, respectively, with 7-night itineraries to Eastern and Western Caribbean. Both ships feature visits to CocoCay.
- Brilliance of the Seas sails 7- to 10-night voyages to Canada starting September 2020, while Grandeur of the Seas goes on offering 9-night itineraries to Canada & New England for fall foliage from ship's year-round homeport in Baltimore. In the summer months, Grandeur is due to embark on a combination of 5- and 9-night Bermuda and Bahamas itineraries and transition to 9-night Southeast Coast and Bahamas as well as 12-night Southern Caribbean voyages for the winter.
- In 2020, San Juan is due to welcome the newly refurbished Freedom of the Seas. The ship returns for the 3rd consecutive year with year-round 7-night itineraries throughout Southern Caribbean, sailing to destinations like Philipsburg, Basseterre, St.Johns, Castries, St.Lucia and Bridgetown.
- Liberty of the Seas continues sailing from Galveston to Western Caribbean ahead of her anticipated amplification early 2021.
Royal Caribbean Crown & Anchor Society members began booking sailings on Wednesday, December 12, with the general public available to start booking today, December 13.