Royal Caribbean International will homeport Voyager of the Seas in Hong Kong for the summer of 2015.
The 3,138-passenger ship will sail 22 cruises of three to 10 days between the end of June and October.
Destinations include Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and ports in China.
“Hong Kong has immense potential as a homeport for Chinese vacationers to board a Royal Caribbean cruise,” said Zinan Liu, RCCL's regional vice president of Asia and managing director of China.
He added that Voyager will get an extensive revitalization before it arrives in Hong Kong next summer.
To support the ship’s operations, RCCL has opened a fully staffed Hong Kong office, augmenting the Asia offices it now maintains in Beijing and Shanghai.
Voyager’s move to Hong Kong will coincide with the arrival of Quantum of the Seas to do year-round cruises from Shanghai.
Royal Caribbean is a partner in the company that operates the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal in Hong Kong, which opened last year.