Royal Caribbean Cruises
Royal Caribbean, one of the largest cruise lines has 26 ships that cruise around the globe. Their newest ship, Symphony of the Seas holds the record for being the biggest ship at sea. Ovation of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas and Legend of the Seas call Australia home, offering multiple options to depart from Australia and discover the world.
Royal Caribbean stands for all things BIG: unique entertainment, activities and innovative concepts that are all aligned with their slogan - ‘Designed for WOW'. A good example of this are their Inside Cabins with floor to ceiling 'Virtual Balconies' - flat screens that show real time ocean and destination views.
From musicals, shows and robot bartenders, to adventure activities like "Ultimate Abyss" - the tallest slide at sea, there is something for everyone in the family. The 'Adventure Ocean Program' offers childcare for ages 3-17, helping parents to relax.
Everything is bold and exciting with Royal Caribbean - perfect for first time cruisers looking to experience it all.
Royal Caribbean Cruises
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line is based in Miami, Florida, and is the second largest cruise company in the world with a fleet of 26 cruise ships that are split into seven different classes: Quantum, Oasis, Freedom, Voyager, Radiance, Vision and Sovereign. Each class has unique features making its ships perfect for operating the specific areas they are assigned to. All of the ships have absolutely everything to satisfy the pickiest of cruisers. The Royal Caribbean fleet consists of the world’s largest and most innovative ships, like the Symphony of the Seas that was launched in 2018. Royal Caribbean takes thousands of passengers to over 300 destinations every year.
Explore the stunning nature of Alaska, Asia and Australia or discover the most unique locations in the Caribbean and South America. Let yourself be inspired by the South Pacific, Hawaii and Canada, or embark on a great journey through the engineering wonder that is the Panama Canal, sail across the Atlantic Ocean or explore the history in the Mediterranean.
You can also snorkel in the South Seas or be fascinated by the highlights of the Baltic Sea. Take an expedition through the national parks of New Zealand or enjoy the astonishing fjords of Norway. Make yourself comfortable and forget about claustrophobia in one of the Royal Caribbean innovative Inside Cabins with a Virtual Balcony or enjoy your trip in one of the Outside Cabins with real sea views. For pure luxury, treat yourself to a cabin in the Royal Suite Class.
Why Royal Caribbean?
For the past 15 years, Royal Caribbean has regularly won the coveted Travel Weekly Readers’ Choice Award as the “Best Cruise Line Overall” and the “Best Cruise Line in the Caribbean”. Owning a fleet of some of the largest ships at sea means taking great care in operating them in an environmentally friendly fashion. 2016 saw Royal Caribbean announce global partnership with the World Wildlife Fund in an effort to help support ocean conservation. The cruise line also works closely with various schools and universities promoting and supporting education. So cruising on board one of the Royal Caribbean ships doesn’t only mean having a blast and enjoying every day but also doing something good for the world.
On board the Royal Caribbean
Royal Caribbean is famous for its innovations when it comes to onboard activities. Fancy trying indoor skydiving, having a laugh with bumper cars, catching a wave on a surf simulator or rock climbing? No problem, all of the above and much more can be found on board your Royal Caribbean ship.
The North Star, a unique Royal Caribbean feature that is essentially a big glass capsule, will take you as high as 90m above sea level, providing astonishing views of the surroundings and the sides of the ship. Ice skating, Splashaway Bay and mini golf are great fun for the children, as is the Adventure Ocean – children and youth onboard programme. These will definitely keep the little passengers’ boredom at bay.
Enjoy the most advanced spa treatments at sea at the onboard Vitality Spa. Massages, wraps, facials, acupuncture, tooth whitening and much more are all done using luxury products like ‘Elemis’, ‘bliss’ and ‘La Therapie’. Rest, recharge your batteries and emerge renewed and rejuvenated so you can face another eventful day.
Still up for something more quiet and relaxing? Opt for an outdoor movie night with only the best movies and the biggest live sporting events being shown on a huge 20m² screen. Go for a jewellery, sushi or cupcake making class if you are feeling creative or get away from it all at the Solarium – an adult only retreat. Enjoy one of the spectacular Broadway-style musicals or head to Schooner Bar to sip on delicious cocktails and sing along to some classics played on the piano.
Whatever you seek, you will definitely find it onboard one of the Royal Caribbean ships, the hardest thing will be deciding where to start.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships
Royal Caribbean boasts an extensive fleet, with all ships incorporating the name “of the Seas”. There is something for everyone, so become captivated by its awe-inspiring facilities and 4-star luxury service!
The most popular ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet include:
- Harmony of the Seas
- Allure of the Seas
- Freedom of the Seas
- Brilliance of the Seas
- Enchantment of the Seas
- Ovation of the Seas
Oasis of the Seas, a supreme ship from the ground-breaking Oasis class, and the Quantum of the Seas, a spectacular phenomenon of the imaginative Quantum class of ships. In autumn 2016 Royal Caribbean launched the Ovation of the Seas, an innovative cruise experience not to be missed.
Wanting to cruise from home? Royal Caribbean boasts 4 local ships: Voyager of the Seas – cruising around Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific all year round, Explorer of the Seas, Ovation of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas – all making Down Under their home port for particular periods of time throughout the year.
For more information on Royal Caribbean cruises call our cruise experts or fill in the request form at the bottom of your favourite cruise. If you are new to cruising and want to browse more options then simply take a look at our Cruise Deals and Cheap Cruises offer pages.
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