Top cruise lines are lining up their fleets for the 2019 cruise season. It’s all about who’s got what this year and how much money has gone into their ship makeovers.
Royal Caribbean’s newly renovated Voyager of the Seas, due next month following her $143 million upgrade, will be one of the stars.
But first to sail into Aussie shores this season will be Radiance of the Seas, as she arrives at the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Sydney on October 9 for a season launch.
The line has some game-changing holiday itineraries across their six visiting ships.
Along with new ships joining the local fleet, Royal Caribbean is promising additional ports of call and a bunch of exciting new features for those stepping aboard the Voyager when she arrives on November 30 after her transformation.
Among the new features: a waterslide duo Perfect Storm, Battle for Planet Z laser tag, redesigned kids and teens spaces, and the reinvigorated Vitality Spa will be available for private bookings.
Adventure seekers will be thrilled to hear of the new include ice skating rink, surfing pool, theatre shows, and even a skydiving simulator.
Royal Caribbean is also proudly announcing it’s ongoing commitment to the oceans, including its partnership with WWF. As part of this, the cruise brand is working to reduce emissions, build efficient ships, reduce waste and work with WWF-Australia to protect the hawksbill turtle.
For those eager to wait for the ships’ arrivals, the new Royal Caribbean brochure is available for download now from https://www.royalcaribbean.com/aus/en/resources/brochures-and-media.
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