From Broadway style shows and spellbinding aerial displays, to feasts that impress the foodies and the finicky, stepping aboard a Royal Caribbean ship is entering a whole new world of cruising, a world where the impossible happens at sea.
Think Tuscan-inspired cuisine by world-famous Jamie Oliver, culinary kaleidoscopes of never-before-seen fare at the spell-binding Wonderland or traditional Japanese at Izumi, delicately flavoured and artfully presented. There are treats for every taste to be found onboard!
From October 2021, not one, but two state-of-the-art Quantum Class ships make Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific their summer home. Royal Caribbean will welcome Ovation of the Seas and Quantum of the Seas to sail out of Australian waters, joined by Radiance Class favourite, Serenade of the Seas.
Quantum of the Seas will be the largest ship ever to call the Port of Brisbane home (or Australia for that matter!). She’s the first of her class, a fully immersive ship touting revolutionary feats and cutting-edge technology from bow to stern. Show-stopping entertainment, thrilling activities fit for the whole family and unparalleled views, no matter your stateroom, are just some of the wonders that await onboard. Even the Interior staterooms let you scope out the sights in real time thanks to Royal Caribbean’s Virtual Balcony – bringing the outside world in!
Quantum of the Seas will offer 25 memory-making itineraries when she makes her Brisbane debut, including 18 immersive destinations across Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. While down south the action-packed Ovation of the Seas and the Radiance Class Serenade of the Seas will return to Sydney, together offering 39 itineraries. Australians have never had so much adventure so close to home.
Cruisers can go skydiving with RipCord® by iFLY® or surfing at sea on FlowRider®, take bumper car rides, or use the World Record-breaking North Star® to soar 90 metres above the ship. Plus, experience first-to-market features, like Royal Caribbean’s escape room at sea. You can even fly on a trapeze or take on your friends and family in Laser Tag: Clash For The Crystal CitySM.
Royal Caribbean has one of the best health protocols thanks to their new Healthy Sail Panel initiative. They’ve pulled together the best minds in public health, biosecurity, epidemiology, hospitality and maritime operations and put them to work across the entire cruise experience.
The panel will be working alongside Public Health & Chief Medical Officer, Dr Calvin Johnson, who will lead public health initiatives and oversee the cruise line’s response to health crises. You’re in good hands on a Royal Caribbean cruise.
But Royal Caribbean has you covered before you even step onboard with their new Cruise with Confidence policy. The line’s new policies allow guests to cancel up to 48 hours before departure for sailings booked before 31 January 2021, due to set sail before 30 April 2022. You’ll simply get a 100% credit to use when you have a bit more breathing room.
It doesn’t end there. If life gets in the way, you also have the option to ‘Lift and Shift’ your cruise, pushing it to an available date in the following year while protecting the promotion and price you booked. Because if we’ve learnt anything over the past year, it’s that flexibility is key and Royal understands that.
Staterooms are selling fast, so ensure you get in touch with your Flight Centre agent today and secure a spot to create the memories of a lifetime.
It’s time to wake up and seas the day! With BONUS onboard credits, $1 deposits and more on selected cruises
Flight Centre’s Cruise Sale has begun, with ship hot offers from our favourite cruise partners – Royal Caribbean, P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises and Carnival.