The Brilliance of the Seas is back in service for Royal Caribbean International today.
After a 21-month hiatus, the ship is once again welcoming guests to Tampa, Florida.
Launching a four- and five-night cruise program from port, the Brilliance became the 19th of Royal Caribbean’s fleet of 25 ships to resume guest activities.
The Radiance-class ship now offers a series of itineraries to Mexico and the Bahamas, with visits to Costa Maya, Cozumel, Nassau, CocoCay and more.
The first navigation, for example, takes four-night cruises and includes a stopover in Costa Maya, in addition to two days at sea.
Departures from Tampa are scheduled to take place until the end of March and will be followed by a summer season in Europe.
Starting in May, the Brilliance of the Seas is set to offer seven-night cruises to the Greek Islands, Montenegro and Croatia, departing from the Italian port of Ravenna.
Built in 2002, the vessel has a capacity of 2,100 guests, who can enjoy amenities including three swimming pools, 12 lounges and bars, a climbing wall, a nine-hole miniature golf course, an interactive golf simulator and a plot of 9,000 m². fitness center and spa.
With the Brilliance now in service, Royal Caribbean added two ships to the active lineup in December.
The ships will be followed by the Enchantment of the Seas, which is scheduled to resume guest activities on December 23 in Baltimore.
Previously, on December 5, the Grandeur of the Seas launched a Barbados-based Caribbean program.