Royal Caribbean Boosts Australia And South Pacific With Third Ship For 2015/2016

Royal Caribbean International has reaffirmed its commitment to the Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific market with plans for the deployment of a third large ship down under. Explorer of the Seas will join the Voyager of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas to homeport in Sydney for the winter 2015/2016 season.   Explorer … Continue reading

Independence Of The Seas To Undergo Enhancement

Cruise giant Royal Caribbean International has announced details for the upcoming revitalization of its 3,634-passenger Independence of the Seas in April 2013. The Southampton-based ship will receive a general refurbishment and new dining, entertainment and recreational enhancements as part of a major fleetwide upgrade programme.   Guests will soon be able to enjoy new dining options … Continue reading

Royal Caribbean International Reveals 2013/2014 Australian Deployment

Royal Caribbean International today announced its winter 2013/2014 deployment in Australia that sees the line send 3 of its vessels to the southern hemisphere. From September 2013 to May 2014, Voyager of the Seas, Radiance of the Seas and Rhapsody of the Seas will return to offer a combined 55 sailings on 53 itineraries, calling at 56 ports … Continue reading

Two More Royal Caribbean Ships To Be Revitalized

Royal Caribbean International has announced that it will be revitalizing another 2 ships in its fleet, the 2,112-guest Radiance of the Seas and the 1,804-guest Splendour of the Seas, in 2011. Reflecting the cruise line’s Royal Advantage, a commitment to provide guests with the industry’s most innovative ships, exciting destinations and superior Gold Anchor Service, the vessels … Continue reading

Cruise Lines Cancel Mexican Port Calls

Following the outbreak of Swine Influenza in Mexico, the major cruise lines operating cruises in the Caribbean and Mexican riviera have responded with precautionary measures for passengers and crew onboard their ships. Carnival Cruise Lines, Celebrity Cruises, Fred Olsen Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International have undertaken itinerary adjustments and canceling Mexican port calls.   Carnival … Continue reading