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Royal Caribbean Archive

Radiance at Hubbard Glacier - Alaska
Royal Caribbean introduced this first Radiance-Class ship in 2001. Radiance of the Seas welcomed passengers to a whole new cruise ship look, with more than 50% of the ship’s exterior made of glass, allowing light to stream indoors and...
Legend of the Seas Exterior Side
In 2013, Royal Caribbean’s Legend of the Seas underwent a major revamp. The expected furniture and décor upgrades resulted in the vessel looking ship-shape and ready for a new generation of cruisers. Regulars on Legend of the Seas will...
Explorer of the Seas and Norwegian Spirit
Launched in 2000, Explorer of the Seas is one of the original floating resort style cruise ships. With renovations scheduled for 2015, this Royal Caribbean vessel continues to boast a diverse range of entertainments and activities designed to entertain...
Voyager of the Seas Family Panoramic Suite
Since Disney Cruise Line introduced family style accommodations on its newer ships in the 1990’s, the concept has caught on like wildfire. Newer cruise ships are being designed with the entire family in mind, and along with spacious cabins...
Radiance of the Seas
The Royal Caribbean 48 hour sale started today and will close at 10am (AEDT) on 12th February 2015. They advertise cheap cruises from $62/day on Radiance of the Seas, leaving Sydney on the 26th February. Other cruises on sale are:...
Rhapsody of the Seas
All the cruise lines are on sale this month, so it’s worth checking your favourite cruise brands’ websites for a great deal. Instead of a mega post with all the cruise brands, each one will have its own post on...
Viking Star
The cruising industry is set for another big year in 2015, with several noteworthy vessels preparing to dazzle and delight passengers. Every new launch introduces never-before-seen amenities and attractions, and these 7 eagerly awaited ships are an exciting continuation...
Oasis of the Seas aqua theatre
For many holidaymakers, cruising is more than just sunshine and scenery; it’s an opportunity to party all night long on a floating pleasure palace. Cruise lines provide the best of entertainment for the young and the young at heart....
Queen Mary 2 leaving Outer Harbor
Adelaide is a great starting point for cruisers wanting to experience coastal Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and much more. September to March is the busy season, with ships representing several major cruise lines scheduled to arrive in Adelaide during...
cruise ship pool and cinema
Cruise holidays with children have become increasingly popular in recent years. In 2013 alone, 2 million youngsters under 15 enjoyed a voyage with their families. Cruise lines are creating newer ways to entice kids on board, and choosing the...