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Cruise Ships Archive

Royal Caribbean International Freedom of the Seas cruise ship
Launched in 2006, Freedom of the Seas was the world’s largest cruise ship at that time. Royal Caribbean were expanding their fleet like never before, creating bigger and bolder vessels to capture the imagination of cruise fans and attract...
Ovation of the Seas arriving into Sydney
Ovation of the Seas was built at the famous Meyer Werft shipyards in Germany before commencing official service in Southampton in 2016. Since then the ship has embarked on a Global Odyssey for 52 nights and homeported in China...
Sunset with Crown Princess and Carnival Liberty
Before commencing any vacation, there will be a host of decisions to make. A lot of time will be spent deciding how much to pack. Some decisions will be guided by weight allowances, especially if your holiday involves connecting...
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...
Symphony of the Seas
There is a real astonishment when witnessing a cruise ship for the first time. As the floating pleasure palace gracefully draws closer, we get an insight into the sheer size and beauty of the ship. Some cruise ships are...
Royal-Caribbean-Oasis-class-ships
Oasis of the Seas is the ship that heralded the new era of mega cruise ships. Launched in 2009, Oasis is as big as a high-rise apartment building, standing 16 decks high and 361 metres long. After less than...
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...
are cruises safe?
The vast oceans and waterways of our planet are mysterious and awe-inspiring, but mother nature is a force more powerful than ourselves, and the oceans deserve respect. It’s human nature to adjust the natural balance for our own purposes,...