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Overview: Oasis of the Seasis large, but it provides a fine all-round cruise and wide range of choices for young adults and families with children, though the service is notably better in suite-class accommodation. The large resort ship is packed with innovative design elements – none more so than t
By Louise Thompson - Aug 31 2015 10:00PM
With news of Tropical Storm Erika hurtling towards the Caribbean and Hurricane Danny leaving a right...
By Danielle Meenan - Aug 31 2015 08:15PM
I was speaking to a customer of mine today who is about to travel on the NCL Getaway around the Cari...
By Zara Kelly - Aug 31 2015 04:26PM
Looking out to a pool area and the giant screenFor a ship of her age (2004) she certainly did stand ...
Royal Caribbean Cruises provide an extensive variety of cruise holidays to all holidaymakers. They currently have a fleet of 23 ships on the seas, which is however increasing, - the array of schedules, activities and facilities will appeal to all age groups, families and tastes. Offering so much more than a regular cruise company; Royal Caribbean is popular with both new and regular cruisers, and is often referred to as one of the industry's greatest.
Royal Caribbean cruise ships are some of the most remarkable on the seas. They are up to date, upmarket, stylish, and appeal to all age ranges and energy levels. In fact, their latest vessel, Quantum of the Seas - which launched in 2014, has some of the most advanced facilities on board. From the North Star, a jewelled shaped capsule that ascends 300ft above sea level boasting spectacular views, and Rip Cord by iFLy a sky diving stimulator- These are just a couple of its incredible features. Royal Caribbean is well-known for bringing many 'firsts' to the industry, such as on-board ice rinks and climbing walls. Holding just over 4100 passengers it isn't quite as big as Oasis of the Seas that holds an astonishing 5,400 guests, but still a large ship with plenty to do on board.
Popular ships, Explorer of the Seas, which is to be refurbished and the highly anticipated Anthem of the Seas will be sailing some great itineraries from Southampton for the 2015 cruise season, offering cruises to the Mediterranean, Iceland & Norway and France, Spain and the Canaries.
PLUS, the largest ship in the world Allure of the Seas will also be coming over to the Mediterranean to begin her season sailing out of Barcelona.
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By K, London on Aug 27 2015 11:29AM
Overall we very much enjoyed this cruise. One major niggle - we booked an outside cabin, but on arrival discovered that instead of a large picture window, we had an teeny tiny old style porthole window - this was never pointed out at the time of booking this particular cabin. We went and complained - the Guest Relations staff weren't terribly helpful, but after a day or so, they did manage to move us to a cabin with a picture window. It was annoying and time wasting having to devote time to queuing up and moving all our stuff when we could have been enjoying our cruise. We were also told we needed to make reservations for the Ice show, as it was very popular. Fair enough. However...
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Royal Caribbean International own the most innovative and modern fleet at sea. They have introduced several firsts into the industry and have some fun onboard activities for the whole family including the FlowRider Surf Simulator, meeting popular Dreamworks characters onboard and rock climbing walls..
Quantum of the Seas will be the most innovative cruise ship ever; period!If you’ve not heard that already then you may have been living in a cave, with the lights off, ear plugs in and a blanket over your head for the last few months..
The newest addition to Royal Caribbean’s fleet will be floated out this weekend, the operator has announced.According to a post on its official blog dated Friday (August 1st), the Quantum of the Seas - which will be the third biggest cruise ship in the world - should hit the water at 07:30 local time on Saturday, August 9th..