Royal Caribbean has included technology-free travel and more city breaks in its 2022 travel forecast.
1. city breaks With many travelers choosing to visit uncrowded vacation locations with large open spaces (or even remote wilderness) throughout 2020/21, Royal Caribbean anticipates returning to the hustle and bustle and excitement of urban city break in 2022.
The new ship from the cruise brand, Wonder Of The Seas, launched in March 2022 and set to be the world’s largest, offers a new 7-night cruise in the Western Mediterranean, covering some of the top city destinations in the world. Europe, all in one trip.
2. Travel Without Technology (Get rid of Google Maps!): Put on Google Maps and see your new destination through your eyes, not through a screen. With some of the best experts and guides for beach trips, there’s no need to stick to Google Maps or search for TripAdivsor for the best restaurant recommendations – let us show you the way without a phone.
3. Go big or go home 2022 is set to be the ‘Roaring Twenties’, and after spending so long indoors, Royal Caribbean anticipates that travelers will look forward to enjoying and enjoying live entertainment, dance and music during future holidays.
Launching in 2023, the new Odyssey Of The Seas will feature hip-hop, swing and dance lessons by professional instructors, as well as several new nightlife venues.
4. The rise of “work”: Moving on from the previous trend, travelers are increasingly looking for longer cruises, or consecutive sailing trips for long periods of time, where they can work on board while exploring the world. Employees continue to embrace the benefits of flexible working, and Royal Caribbean expects to see more travelers embracing sailing while checking in on the day job. Our ships can accommodate onboard work, with onboard Wi-Fi up to six times faster.
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