The cruise ban is lifting and Royal Caribbean are as delighted about it as anyone, launching a sale from today that offers guests as much as 30% off and savings of up to $600 per booking.
Royal Caribbean will be returning down under from this October with sailings out of BRisbane and Sydney, after an agonizing wait of over two years.
Gavin Smith, MD Australia and New Zealand for Royal Caribbean International said: “We are delighted that cruising has been given the green light to resume in Australia, and we can’t wait for even more guests to create lifetime memories spending their holidays beginning in 2022.
We’ve hosted over a million guests worldwide marking a successful cruise comeback, and now we can’t wait to bring the magic back to Australia.
What a way to kick off cruising again, with our two game changing ships Ovation and Quantum of the Seas. I know that so many Australian families have been waiting a long time for this moment, and we can now finally start creating special memories onboard again.” You’ll once again be able to look over the sea from North Star, the highest viewing on a cruise ship in the world, get your heart pumping with RipCord by iFly, the at sea sky diving experience, catch waves on the FlowRider surf simulation and so much more.
Highlights of the sale
Save up to $1550 per booking on a $1899 per person 6-night Queensland Highlights cruise from Brisbane on Quantum of the Seas.
*Based on double occupancy for a Junior Suite on a cruise departing 18 Nov. 2022.
Save up to $850 per booking on a $1149 per person 7-night Tasmania cruise from Sydney on Ovation of the Seas.
*Based on double occupancy for balcony stateroom on cruise departing 7 Dec. 2022.
Save up to $350 per booking on a $399 per person on a 2-night Sydney Weekender cruise from Sydney on Ovation of the Seas.