Royal Caribbean Cruises

Posted on Thursday, May 3, 2012 |
Royal Caribbean is a favourite for US cruisers in the Caribbean, but they are also a common sight in Australian and Kiwi ports. The Radiance of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas and Rhapsody of the Seas are often down under during the southern summer and visit ports all around both countries and the tropical islands to the north.

 Radiance of the Seas
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Whilst the ships that come to Australasia are not the fleet's largest, such as the mammoth Oasis and Allure of the Seas which would not fit in the ports, they are very large and designed for an american audience. This means lavish decoration and lots of entertainment! Royal Caribbean ships are sumptuous and a great place for a lot of luxury, entertainment and relaxation! So if that sounds like you, keep an eye out for cruises that will suit.

Dining onboard is an experience, be it in the main dining room with traditional seating times, or the many casual options and specialty restaurants. A favourite is the Park Cafe with custom and complimentary salads and sandwiches, and the Dog House on the boardwalk or Windjammer buffet for casual fare. At the other end of the scale is the Chef's Table, a specialty restaurant where a 5-course meal is matched with wines for a culinary event.

The entertainment is varied and includes most things you can think of for mid-sized ships. There is a rock climbing walls, waterslides, movie theatres and live-action theatres, a gym and spa, a solarium, and a wide range of bars, and clubs which are also live music venues or sports bars. The Radiance of the Seas even has pool tables which are self-levelling! You won't be bored on a Royal Caribbean Ship.

Consider a Royal Caribbean ship for your next cruise for some traditional american luxury in the southern hemisphere! Have a look here for great deals on Royal Caribbean cruises.

Author: Ryan Posa+

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