Royal Caribbean International® is a global cruise company that first set sail more than 40 years ago. This year the fleet will grow to 22 ships, when Allure of the Seas, sister ship to the world’s largest superliner, Oasis of the Seas, arrives in December 2010. Australians can experience Royal Caribbean on board Rhapsody of the Seas, and – from September 2011 – Radiance of the Seas.
Live entertainment choices include contemporary musical stage productions, ice shows, live music, bars, nightclubs and comedy. Try your luck in the Casino Royal®, enjoy a movie in one of our cinemas or simply relax poolside with a cold drink.
Guests can find succulent steaks, juicy ’50s-style burgers, aromatic eastern dishes and delicious desserts. Now there’s even more flexibility with My Time Dining® – the new flexible dining option.
Imagine yourself surfing around the Caribbean, Ice skating to Ephesus or rock-climbing off Rio. And that’s before you step ashore. Or step into our Spa & Fitness Centre for a massage, oxygenating facial and soothing seaweed wrap.
|INTERIOR OR OCEANVIEWTwin beds/one queen bed, 24-hour room service, Minibar, Private bathroom, Hair dryer, TV, radio, phone, Sofa and vanity area||BALCONY CABINAll features of Oceanview cabin, Private balcony with spectacular ocean views||JUNIOR SUITEAll features of Balcony cabin, Additional sitting area, Host of complimentary extras, Concierge service|
CHOOSING YOUR ITINERARY
Royal Caribbean visits more than 290 destinations in 72 countries on six continents. Ships cruise to Alaska, Canada, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Mexico, Hawaii, the Caribbean, the Panama Canal, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Vessels: 22 by Dec 2010
Star rating: 4 star
Tonnage: 69,130 – 222,000
Passengers: 1,804 – 5,400
WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE:
Accommodation, All meals, Entertainment, Gratuities, Room service, Fitness classes, Onboard activities, Children’s club
Allure of the Seas will join her sister ship, Oasis of the Seas, in December 2010. In 2011, we introduce the first 21st-century liner for Australia, Radiance of the Seas, joining Rhapsody of the Seas sailing around Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
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