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There’s No Better All-Round Family Holiday Than A Cruise On Royal Caribbean’s South Pacific Sisters

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The South Pacific’s golden beaches, warm sun, crystal clear waters, natural wonders and choice of fun activities – along with its close proximity to Australia – it’s no wonder the South Pacific is a favourite destination for Australian families.

Royal Caribbean believes every moment in the beautiful South Pacific should be enjoyed, including the journey to the island paradises, which is why it has two of its most fun-packed twin sister ships – Explorer of the Seas and Voyager of the Seasdedicated to sailing Pacific itineraries all summer long. Best of all, for a limited time only, Royal Caribbean is offering a generous 45 per cent saving on selected South Pacific cruises onboard the sisters!

Royal Caribbean’s South Pacific itineraries whisk guests away to idyllic destinations like Mystery Island and Port Vila in Vanuatu,  Noumea and Isle of Pines in New Caledonia as well as Suva and Lautoka in Aussie favourite, Fiji.

It’s not too late to book the perfect summer cruise holiday for families of all ages and sizes on the

South Pacific Sisters. Guests who book on selected Voyager of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas cruises between February 13 and February 28 will receive up to 45 per cent off the fare of the first two guests.

Incredible South Pacific cruises on offer include:

  • 11-night Fijian Delight cruise on Explorer of the Seas, sailing to Suva and Lautoka, Fiji and Noumea and Isle of Pines, New Caledonia. Departs Sydney on 19 March 2017. Fares start from $999 per person twin share in an Interior Stateroom.
  • 13-night South Pacific and Fijian Bliss voyage on Explorer of the Seas sailing to Noumea, Mare and Isle of Pines in New Caledonia, Mystery Island in Vanuatu and Suva and Lautoka in Fiji. Departs Sydney on 9 April 2017. Fares start from $1,299 per person twin share in an Interior Stateroom.
  • 11-night South Pacific and Fiji cruise on Voyager of the Seas sailing to the Isle of Pines and Noumea, New Caledonia; Mystery Island, Vanuatu; and Lautoka, Fiji. Departs Sydney on 26 March 2017. Fares start from $1,099 per person twin share in an Interior Stateroom.
  • 13-night South Pacific and Fiji cruise on Voyager of the Seas sailing to Noumea and Isle of Pines, New Caledonia; Mystery Island, Vanuatu; and Suva and Lautoka, Fiji. Departs Sydney on 6 April 2017. Fares start from $1,299 per person twin share in an Interior Stateroom.

Why a cruise on the South Pacific Sisters is the perfect family holiday

Explorer of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas offer families unparalleled fun on the high seas, with signature only-on-Royal features that the whole family will enjoy, like the twin FlowRider surf simulators, ice skating rinks, and an indoor street lined by cafes, shops and bars, where colourful characters from much loved movies like Shrek and Madagascar light up the night with family parades and shows^.

The two newly revitalised megaliners are among the region’s largest – second only to Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas. Because they have the size and space to offer something for everyone, the South Pacific Sisters are perfect for families of all shapes, ages and sizes, including the growing trend for multi-generational family holidays.Voyager and Explorer of the Seas boast a range of accommodation options, such as interconnecting staterooms and luxurious, multi-room suites, as well as the new panoramic family staterooms that offer all the benefits of an apartment, including floor-to-ceiling windows and a separate bunk room for the kids.

When parents and grandparents are looking for some downtime, the award-winning kids club program, Adventure Ocean, offers a range of age appropriate activities and spaces that kids can call their very own. Included in the fare, Adventure Ocean groups range from Aquanauts (aged three to five years old), Explorers (six to eight) and Voyagers (nine to eleven). Tweens and teens have their own spaces too, including a dedicated night club. Babies aged 6-18 months can attend the Royal Babies and Tots playrooms, where trained youth staff, together with parents, oversee learning and play sessions. In-room babysitting services are available for a small fee.

For further information or to book a Royal Caribbean cruise, visit www.royalcaribbean.com.au, phone 1800 754 500 or see your local travel agent.

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