The cruise industry is gearing up and getting back on its feet after being on halt for months after the coronavirus pandemic hit the world. Some of the biggest cruise companies have already come up with exciting itineraries for later this year and 2022. With themes such as, F.R.I.E.N.D.S, Halloween or Star Trek; and voyages to some breathtaking destinations across the Caribbean, Northern islands, and more; several high-end cruise providers are gearing up to make 2022 special for its guests. So, if you are fully vaccinated and COVID free, here are five international cruises for you to plan out your 2022 sail.
1. F.R.I.E.N.D.S-themed cruise aboard Celebrity Equinox
Miami-headquartered Celebrity Cruises is all set to welcome you on a F.R.I.E.N.D.S themed cruise next year, starting May 15-21, 2022. The trip is being organised by FANA World Travel, an international luxury travel company based out of Singapore and the United States. The cruise titled, 'The One When They Went On a Cruise', aboard the cruise liner, Celebrity Equinox, will set sail with 500 fans from Fort Lauderdale in Florida, USA and visit the ports of Key West, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. While onboard, passengers can take part in F.R.I.E.N.D.S -themed trivia contests, cooking demonstrations, and events like the 'Dress as Your Favorite Friend' party. For more information Click Here.
2. Christmas and Halloween on Disney Cruise Line
The Disney Cruise Line has announced its Halloween and Christmas lineup for 2022—Halloween on the High Seas and Very Merrytime Cruises—that include routes to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Canada and more. The Caribbean and Bahamian voyages include a stop at Disney Castaway Cay, their private island paradise. You can also drop anchor in Bermuda or Canada on an unforgettable voyage from New York. For more details, Click Here.
3. Star Trek: The Cruise V aboard Mariner of The Seas
Make your sci-fi dreams come true with Royal Caribbean's Star Trek-themed cruise all set to sail from February 26 to March 5, 2022. On the seven-day voyage, you will get a chance to not just be a passenger but a part of the crew as well and enjoy an immersive Star Trek experience on board the Mariner Of The Seas. The cruise will take you to the Caribbean ports of Nassau, San Juan and St. Maarten, as you enjoy an immersive experience of the cult show with Star Trek-themed shows, events, activities and parties. To learn more and to book your cabin, Click Here.
4. Around the world with Princess Cruises
Princess Cruises has announced its 2022-2023 itinerary, which includes voyages across Asia, Alaska, Australia, New Zealand, Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii, Mexico, South America, Antarctica, and more. In a Tweet on Princess Cruises’ official Twitter handle, Captain of the cruise ship, Sky Princess, Michele Tuvo said, " Exciting times ahead! Our beautiful #SkyPrincess will be sailing out of #Southampton in 2021, 2022 and 2023 too. Our new 2023 Europe cruises go on sale 16 July 2021." From the Caribbean wonderlands of Roatan to the glaciers of Alaska, the scenic coastlines and towns of California, and more; the options are sure to give you a hard time picking one. For more information Click Here.
5. Fred Olsen Cruises
UK-based Fred Olsen Cruises is ready to embark upon a 34-night sailing to the Caribbean and 15-night to the Mediterranean in 2022. The company has unveiled two new cruise ships, Borealis and Bolette. "Now, more than ever, people are dreaming of their holidays and yearning to get their travels booked in for 2022, and we have been working closely with our destination partners and the UK government when it comes to our future itineraries. Whether you want to explore the streets within the historic city walls of Dubrovnik, seek out the Northern Lights in Norway or gain an insight into many ancient civilisations on a longer voyage to the Caribbean and the Americas, there is sure to be a cruise to suit you," Clare Ward, Director of Product and Customer Service at Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, said in a release. To book a cruise with Fred Olsen, Click Here.