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Harmony of the Seas at night
Launched in 2016, Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas is the world’s biggest cruise ship. The vessel was designed with modern cruise trends in mind, showcasing non-stop entertainment and activities along with plenty of cabin and dining options. 2017...
FlowRider Allure of the Seas
When planning a cruise vacation, a suitable itinerary and appealing destination remain the most important considerations; however, for those who are new to cruising or haven’t been onboard for a while, a lot has changed. The competitive industry has...
Celebrity Solstice
Aussie cruisers are looking for ocean journeys all year round, which is not surprising as we live on the fringe of the South Pacific. Australians are well travelled even within our own vast and beautiful country, yet the tropical...
Quantum of the Seas cruise ship
Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands have become some of the most sought after cruise destinations in the world. 2016 looks set to become another watershed year, with passenger numbers increasing annually. Sydney, often referred to as the...
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Cruising can be an adventure, an escape, a romantic getaway or a relaxing recharge. A cruise can be whatever you want it to be, with ships designed and built to suit the needs of every type of passenger. Booking...
fourth Oasis class ship
The keel has been laid for the as yet unnamed fourth Oasis class ship to be launched by Royal Caribbean Cruises. The vessel, being constructed at STX Shipyard in St. Nazaire, France, is scheduled for completion in 2017. An...
Harmony of the Seas under construction
Construction is nearing completion on Harmony of the Seas, the latest mega cruise ship to join the Royal Caribbean International fleet in April 2016. This Oasis class vessel is the biggest yet, hosting 5,479 passengers, almost 100 more than...
Quantum of the Seas Rock Climbing Wall and FlowRider
Family-friendly cruises have become a significant attraction for holidaymakers, and the cruise industry has evolved to accommodate the new generation. Royal Caribbean International is embracing the change by building mega-ships that resemble floating fun parks with attractions to satisfy...