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April 5, 2018 Cruise No Comments Email Email

Royal Caribbean has announced its 2019/20 local voyages, which will see the line known for the industry’s largest, most innovative ships return to Australia with three megaliners. Bookings for the 2019/20 summer season open on Tuesday 10 April 2018.https://www.travelcounsellors.com.au/au/leisure

The 2019/20 season will kick off with the arrival of Radiance of the Seas to Sydney on 9 October 2019Ovation of the Seas on 20 October 2019, and Voyager of the Seas will begin her season with a three-night sampler cruise on 30 November 2019. Together, the three ships will offer 61 sailings, ranging from two to 19 nights, and sailing to nine different countries including Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Singapore, Indonesia, the USA and Vanuatu.

Australia’s newest, largest and most modern cruise ship, 4800-guest Ovation of the Seas, returns for her fourth and longest season yet down under, following her maiden season in Alaska in the Northern Hemisphere summer.

Ovation of the Seas, will offer guests a range of South Pacific, Australia and New Zealand itineraries – including five incredible New Zealand and South Pacific hybrid sailings, nine New Zealand voyages and new 18 and 19-night sailings between Sydney and Hawaii calling in Papeete, Moorea and Bora Bora in French Polynesia.

Australian favourite Voyager of the Seas returns to her homeport of Sydney after a one-year hiatus, fresh from a multi-million dollar revitalisation in late 2019. She will replace sister shipExplorer of the Seas, which returns to cruising in Europe and the Caribbean in 2019/20.

Voyager of the Seas will be making her grand Aussie comeback in 2019, boasting a stack of new features following a multi-million dollar makeover – all part of our Royal Amplification programme, which will see us invest US$900 million in modernising our fleet,” said Adam Armstrong, managing director Australia and New Zealand.

Australia’s second largest ship, Voyager of the Seas will be back to focus on South Pacific and Sampler voyages, with a range of two to 14-night sailings. Along with onboard amenities like the FlowRider surf machine, rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink, Broadway-style shows and full sized sports court, she’ll boast plenty of brand new features yet to be announced, all destined to appeal perfectly to the Australian market. She will also offer more short “sampler” sailings than ever before – ideal for the new-to-cruise – as well as a six-night Tasmania sailing, an eight-night Queensland sailing and two epic repositioning voyages between Singapore and Sydney.

Meanwhile, the popular 2,100-guest ship Radiance of the Seas returns for her ninth season and will offer her usual New Zealand program as well as an expanded range of South Pacific sailings calling to destinations such as Noumea, Mystery Island and Port Vila.

As well as her additional eight to 11-night South Pacific sailings, Radiance of the Seas will sail a three-night Sampler cruise, a 16-night Top End sailing from Sydney to Fremantle, and an epic 18-night Bottom End sailing from Fremantle to Sydney. Guests can also cruise on six, 9 to 13-night New Zealand sailings and two 18-night Hawaii repositioning sailings.

Royal Caribbean is excited to offer a new booking option when these cruises go on sale: a best available rate called the “Non-Refundable Deposit Programme”, ideal for those who know their travel dates when booking. Guests will also be eligible for up to US$100 to spend at sea when bookings are made six months in advance. By providing both refundable and non-refundable deposit options, Royal Caribbean offers holiday makers the ultimate in choice, flexibility and adventures.

Royal Caribbean has also announced a range of updates to its Groups Policy to better support trade partners in maximising their group business. The Groups Policy Overview can be viewed here. Both the Groups Policy and Non-Refundable Deposit Programme will launch on Tuesday 10 April 2018.

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