"Set sail on the fabulous Royal Caribbean Explorer for a Mediterranean adventure."
One of the best things about Europe is that there are seemingly endless ports of call.
From the sunny coastlines of Nice in France, to the spectacular romance of Italy's Florence, Royal Caribbean make it easy for you to explore these wonderful cities. From the moment you step on board, prepare to be dazzled.
This energetic port lies conveniently close to the bright lights of London.
An 'at sea' day is your chance to explore all the amazing activities the ship has to offer.
Enjoy another day at sea.
Take the cable car to the top of the 1,400ft sheer-sided peak for panoramic views of the town, your ship,
Spend a full day at sea.
Right in the middle of the Cote d'Azur, Nice has long attracted writers and artists.
Hidden piazzas, opulent baroque churches and classical ruins at every turn.
The Tuscan region is yours to explore.
Marseille is one of the most visited cities in France.
Spend a day at sea.
A spectacular legacy of Moorish culture, your must-sees are within an easy walk of the pier.
Lisbon is one of Europe’s oldest and most beautiful capitals.
Enjoy a day at sea.
Make the most of the Explorer as you take your last full day at sea.
Return home to Southampton to complete your voyage.
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