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Savour More Of The World With Royal Caribbean’s Longer Itineraries

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image010The world’s largest cruise line, Royal Caribbean International, has packaged three exotic back to back sailings especially with 50+ cruisers in mind, drawing from its spectacular array of ocean cruises across the globe.

Retired travellers with a little more time on their hands will relish the opportunity to visit multiple exotic destinations around the globe on a single cruise, allowing them to unpack just once and sail in comfort for up to 51 days.

“We know that the destination mix is important for those who have already travelled to many places in the world, which is why Royal Caribbean has packaged these unique itineraries featuring a range of exotic and lesser known locales”, said Sean Treacy, commercial director, Royal Caribbean Cruises Australia.

Royal Caribbean is known the world over for its international style of cruising and state-of-the-art facilities, including an array of dining options, enrichment programs, rock climbing walls and even FlowRider surf simulators.

“Great for couples, solo travellers and first time cruisers, these distinct itineraries also offer plenty of onboard activities for all levels of fitness and mobility”, Treacy said.

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Departing 9 October 2015, Explorer of the Seas will sail from Barcelona to Sydney over 51-nights, calling at some of the world’s most interesting cities and ports, including Crete in Greece, Jerusalem, the Suez Canal, Jordan, Dubai, Goa and Cochin in India, Penang and Langkawi in Malaysia, Singapore and Phuket. Closer to home, Explorer also calls at Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne; and in New Zealand she will sail to Milford, Doubtful and Dusky Sounds, Dunedin, Picton and Wellington, before arriving in Sydney 29 November 2015. Staterooms start from $5,069 per person, including taxes and gratuities.

Departing 7 October 2015, Mariner of the Seas will undertake a 29-night Asian odyssey from Beijing to Singapore, calling at Jeju Island and Busan in South Korea, Nagasaki and Okinawa in Japan, Hong Kong, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Port Klang, Penang and Langkawi in Malaysia, Phuket and Bangkok in Thailand before arriving in Singapore on 5 November 2015. Staterooms start from $3,569 per person, including taxes and gratuities. 

Voyager of the Seas will sail from Hong Kong on 14 October 2015 on a 22-night voyage to Sydney, calling at Sanya in China, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Bangkok in Thailand, Singapore, Port Klang in Malaysia; Darwin, the Whitsundays and Brisbane in Australia before arriving in Sydney on 5 November 2015. Staterooms start from $2,009 per person, including taxes and gratuities.

For more information about Royal Caribbean International or to book a cruise, visit royalcaribbean.com.au, call 1800 754 500 or contact your travel agent.

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