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11th January 2018 for 4 nights

Inside price from
£398pp

Royal Caribbean International

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  Departure airport

Stateroom
Price
Inside
£398pp
  • Stateroom Category Q £398pp
  • Stateroom Category M £421pp
  • Stateroom Category N £421pp
  • Stateroom Category L £436pp
  • Stateroom Category K £451pp
Outside
£428pp
  • Stateroom Category I £428pp
  • Stateroom Category H £443pp
Balcony
£541pp
  • Stateroom Category E3 £541pp
  • Stateroom Category E2 £548pp
  • Stateroom Category E1 £586pp
  • Stateroom Category D1 £631pp
Suite
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About this Cruise

Itinerary
Map
Staterooms
Ship Details
Deck Plans
05/01/2018
Southampton

Southampton is a port city in the county of Hampshire, located on the south coast of England. Its historical and modern day importance is celebrated around the city through its museums, buildings, galleries, and other attractions and places of interest. This lively, multicultural city is home to a Premier League football club, two universities, and a wealth of places to eat, shop and entertain.

09/01/2018
Ponta Delgada

Situated on the São Miguel island makes it the the perfect location for outdoor activities. Explore the oceans surrounding Azores and try the famous seafood. Ponta Delgada is a historical city, full of museums and a great place enjoy the green landscape that the island has to offer.

10/01/2018
Horta
15/01/2018
Hamilton
19/01/2018
Havana

Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Havana is mostly known for its association with Che Guevara. Touring the city in a classic 50s car is among the biggest tourist activities in the area.

20/01/2018
Havana

Home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Havana is mostly known for its association with Che Guevara. Touring the city in a classic 50s car is among the biggest tourist activities in the area.

21/01/2018
Cozumel
26/01/2018
Manta
29/01/2018
Callao

As the chief sea port of Peru, Callao is the gateway to Peru's coastal capital Lima. Founded by Spanish settlers in the 16th Century, Lima is a bustling and diverse city. Littered with churches and monasteries, its original colonial architecture sits tightly amongst contemporary high-rise towers to create chaotic, yet beautiful scenery.

30/01/2018
Callao

As the chief sea port of Peru, Callao is the gateway to Peru's coastal capital Lima. Founded by Spanish settlers in the 16th Century, Lima is a bustling and diverse city. Littered with churches and monasteries, its original colonial architecture sits tightly amongst contemporary high-rise towers to create chaotic, yet beautiful scenery.

31/01/2018
Paracas
06/02/2018
Easter Island

Easter Island is a Chilean island located in the southeast Pacific ocean on the southeast of the Polynesian Triangle. It is one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world and is famed for its giant Moai statues that tower over the island’s perimeter.

09/02/2018
Pitcairn Island
13/02/2018
Papeete

Papeete is the capital of French Polynesia and is located on the island of Tahiti, the most popular island of the country. Located in the South Pacific, Papeete benefits from a tropical climate and warm ocean waters that welcome all its visitors to the country. As with many capital cities, Papeete provides a vibrant atmosphere and entertainment for visitors to enjoy and experience island life.

14/02/2018
Bora Bora

Bora Bora is one of the Society Islands of the French Polynesia. Located in the South Pacific, it benefits from a tropical climate and turquoise lagoon waters that attract many visitors seeking that perfect romantic paradise to enjoy and relax in.

16/02/2018
Rarotonga

Rarotonga is the largest island of the Cook Islands, situated in Central Southern Pacific Ocean. The Picturesque island is the most populated of the islands and is the main attraction for tourists arriving to the Cook Islands, either by air or by sea.

22/02/2018
Auckland

The largest and most multicultural city in New Zealand, Auckland is built around 48 volcanic cores. Home to a great variety of cuisines, premier shopping districts, and even some of the sets from The Lord of the Rings films, there's a great variety of things to see and do in the area.

23/02/2018
Bay of Islands
27/02/2018
Sydney

Known for its Harbour and Opera House, Sydney is a modern city filled with exciting entertainment opportunities, from art galleries and museums, to trendy wine bars and restaurants.

28/02/2018
Sydney

Known for its Harbour and Opera House, Sydney is a modern city filled with exciting entertainment opportunities, from art galleries and museums, to trendy wine bars and restaurants.

02/03/2018
Brisbane

Brisbane is the biggest city in Queensland, and the third largest in Australia. Its population seems to visibly grow daily, as week after week, thousands of people move here. Its popularity is thanks to it being one of the most fashionable, vibrant and exciting cities the country has to offer.

04/03/2018
Hamilton Island - Qld
05/03/2018
Great Barrier Reef
06/03/2018
Great Barrier Reef
09/03/2018
Darwin

The tropical climate of Darwin may not fit with most people’s stereotypical view of consistently sunny, Australian, weather. There are distinct and pronounced seasons here, wet and dry, which add to the charming vibe of the city. There’s an infectious youthful ambience, with everything feeling very cosmopolitan, and vibrant. It is one of the country’s more multicultural areas, home to more than 50 different nationalities, allowing for some diverse neighbourhoods and areas.

12/03/2018
Komodo Island
16/03/2018
Singapore

An island off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore is an ethnically diverse country. Its city centre is a bustling and vibrant metropolis. From parks, to museums and monuments, Singapore is just as fun as it is historically enriched.

17/03/2018
Kuala Lumpur
20/03/2018
Yangon (Rangoon)
21/03/2018
Yangon (Rangoon)
22/03/2018
Yangon (Rangoon)
27/03/2018
Cochin

Cochin is a famous port city which is part of the Greater Cochin region, situated on the South-west coast of the Indian peninsula. It’s a beautiful seaside city which has grown to become the tourist hub of Kerala State with beautiful sandy beaches, gorgeous countryside and the unique architecture from its past.

29/03/2018
Mumbai (Bombay)

Mumbai, the capital city of Maharashtra State, is situated on the western coast of India, by the bank of the Arabian Sea. Originally known as Bombay, it has become the financial, commercial and entertainment capital of India. Creating it’s own genre of films, Bollywood, it has become the largest producer of films in the world.

06/04/2018
Aqaba

Jordan's only coastal city, Aqaba is a popular tourist destination with great beaches and a wonderfully warm climate. An ideal location for snorkelling and diving, Aqaba is a growing tourist hot spot.

07/04/2018
Sharm el Sheik

Located on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula with the coastal strip of the Red Sea, Sharm El Sheik is full of excitement and relaxation. Delve into the history of Ancient Egypt, explore the shores of the Red Sea, and experience the nightlife on the Naama Bay strip.

08/04/2018
Sharm el Sheik

Located on the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula with the coastal strip of the Red Sea, Sharm El Sheik is full of excitement and relaxation. Delve into the history of Ancient Egypt, explore the shores of the Red Sea, and experience the nightlife on the Naama Bay strip.

10/04/2018
Alexandria (E)

Founded by Alexander the Great, Alexandria was Egypt's capital for over 1,000 years. Now, it is visited by tourists looking to enjoy some diving and those interested in the Great Library, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

12/04/2018
Kusadasi

Located on Turkey’s Aegean coast, Kuşadası and its surroundings are rich in heritage. Built as a fortress, Güvercin Ada (Dove Island) was used to protect the port from assailants.

13/04/2018
Piraeus

Situated in the heart of the Attica region, Piraeus is only 7 miles from Greece's capital city, Athens. The Port of Piraeus is not only the largest port in Greece, but is also the largest passenger port in Europe, and third largest in the world.

16/04/2018
Civitavecchia

Civitavecchia's most notable attractions include the Archeological Museum and sandy beaches. If this is your port of call, you're most likely going to want to visit Rome, located approximately 46 miles away, a roughly 45 minute train journey.

17/04/2018
Livorno
20/04/2018
Malaga

Malaga has long been a popular holiday destination for British tourists. Located on the Costa del Sol, along the southern coast of Spain, Malaga enjoys yearly warm weather and sandy beaches perfect for those looking for some relaxation.

24/04/2018
Southampton

Southampton is a port city in the county of Hampshire, located on the south coast of England. Its historical and modern day importance is celebrated around the city through its museums, buildings, galleries, and other attractions and places of interest. This lively, multicultural city is home to a Premier League football club, two universities, and a wealth of places to eat, shop and entertain.

Suites/Deluxe Staterooms

The most spacious and luxurious of all the suites, these include extra touches such as private balconies and a personalised concierge service.

These are available as:

  • Royal Suite with Balcony
  • Owners Suite with Balcony
  • Two-Bedroomed Suite with Balcony
  • Grand Suite with Balcony
  • Junior Suite with Balcony
  • Accessible Suite

All Suites and Deluxe Staterooms feature a private balcony with ocean views, sitting area with sofa bed, two twin or one king size bed, refrigerator or mini-bar, TV, telephone and private en-suite bathroom with bathtub. Full breakfast, lunch and diner room service are also available, along with complimentary concierge service, priority check-in, priority departure, and complimentary luggage valet service.

Balcony Suites

Throw open the doors and let the ocean air invigorate you. Take in the view all the way to the horizon in a luxurious stateroom with a private balcony. 

These are available as:

  • Superior Ocean View
  • Deluxe Ocean View
  • Accessible Balcony

The largest cabins onboard, they offer priority boarding, dedicated entertainment seating and private concierge services. A private balcony with ocean views, sitting area with sofa bed, two twin or one king size bed, refrigerator or mini-bar, TV, telephone and private en-suite bathroom with bathtub.

Outside Staterooms

Even after a day of activity there’s no need to lose your sea view – Outside Staterooms give you a panoramic window on the world. 

Available as:

  • Family Ocean View
  • Large Ocean View
  • Accessible Outside 

Offering outside or promenade views through the picture window, the outside staterooms offer guests two twin or one king size bed, a refrigerator or mini-bar, TV, telephone and private en-suite bathroom with shower.

Inside Staterooms

Comfort and little luxuries are the order of the day in our cosy and affordable Interior Staterooms. 

These staterooms are available as:

  • Interior
  • Promenade
  • Accessible Interior 

The inside staterooms offer guests two twin or one king size bed, a refrigerator or mini-bar, TV, telephone and private en-suite bathroom with shower.

Launched
2002
Tonnage
90090
Length
962.0
Total Crew
848
Occupancy
2543

Focusing on open spaces, natural light and floor to ceiling windows, Brilliance of the Seas is full of the unique entertainment, original facilities and signature features that passengers have come to expect from Royal Caribbean International. Ideal for those seeking an action packed resort style cruise, the ship caters particularly well for families with kids and teens.

Launched in 2002, refit in 2013, she now offers more than half a dozen main, casual and speciality dining options and over a dozen bars, lounges and pubs. The introduction of Royal Babies and Tots during her refit means that kids and teens of all ages can experience the fun Adventure Ocean programme.

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