Atlantis is kicking off next year with a Southern Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale, Feb. 2 to 9. Up to 2,800 guests will sail on the new Celebrity Silhouette, with stops in Bahamas, Dominican Republic and Curacao. There are staterooms available starting at $1799 per person.
A few weeks later, Atlantis offers a 10-day cruise, Feb. 23 to March 5, from Buenos Aires to Rio on the luxurious five-star Oceania Regatta. The trip will culminate with a three-day stay in Rio for the finale of Carnival. Most of the rooms are already sold out for this cruise, which is limited to just 684 guest; however, a few concierge level staterooms are available starting at $4399 per person.
It is back to the Caribbean, March 8 to 15, for a cruise that launches from San Juan and sails to five additional islands, including St. Barts, Martinique, and Barbados. Guests will travel on the Celebrity Summit, and the starting price is $929 per person for an interior stateroom.
Atlantis has chartered the all-suite Seabourn Odyssey, a new ship from one of the the world’s top luxury lines, for an South Asia journey from Bali to Singapore. This intimate cruise will sail next spring, March 15 to 25, with only 450 guests. The starting all-inclusive price is $3999 per person.
Established in 1985, RSVP will sail one its biggest ship in its history, the MSC Divina, for a Caribbean voyage, Feb. 15 to 22. Able to accommodate 3,500 guests, the ship features three pools, seven restaurants, 18 bars, and endless opportunities for fun. Sailing from Miami to St. Maarten, San Juan, and a private island in the Bahamas, this trip starts at $899 per person.