Royal Caribbean’s colourful new brochure has hit the shelves, showcasing hundreds of incredible ways guests can “Live Life Big” around Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the South Pacific in 2017 and 2018.
The vibrant, 81-page brochure features all the spreads agents know and love, like deck plans and itinerary schedules, as well as some exciting new additions, such as a ‘Which Cruise Ship is Right for You’ quiz, which guests can use to match themselves with their perfect Royal Caribbean ship.
There is also an “Only on Royal” section, which highlights the experiences and features guests can find exclusively on Royal Caribbean cruises. These include a range of spectacular features that no other cruise line offers, like the North Star observation pod, RipCord by iFLY skydiving simulator, FlowRider surfing simulator, DreamWorks characters, robotic bartenders, ice skating, Jamie’s Italian and VOOM – the fastest internet at sea.
There’s plenty of info on Australia’s newest, biggest and most technologically advanced ship, Ovation of the Seas, with itinerary details for her second season Down Under, as well as the South Pacific Sisters, Voyager of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas. Big on family fun in the sun, the two Voyager Class sisters will once again feature more itineraries to Fiji, with 20 calls in total for the summer season.
Also on show is Radiance of the Seas, known as the ‘culinary ship’ and for her fabulous Australia and New Zealand itineraries, together withMariner of the Seas, famous for her unforgettable journeys through Asia.
An array of exciting new itineraries, which feature even more overnight calls, are also paraded throughout. Explorer of the Seas will make two overnight calls in Suva in Fiji on her repositioning voyages between Seattle and Sydney, and both Ovation of the Seas and Radiance of the Seasovernight in Adelaide, allowing guests to spend the night in the nearby wine regions of the Barossa or Clare Valley.
Together, Ovation of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas will offer 66 sailings ranging from two- to 23-nights during the 2017/18 season. From September 2017 through to April 2018 the four megaliners will call at 46 ports across Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific, Asia and North America with departures from Sydney, Fremantle, Auckland, Singapore, Honolulu and Seattle. Royal Caribbean International remains the biggest cruise line in Sydney over the summer season – with bigger ships and more capacity than any other cruise line.