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Royal Caribbean International has built its reputation on delivering unbelievable, innovative experiences at sea for its passengers. One glance at its line-up of high-tech, fun activities and you’ll know Royal Caribbean is big on thrills. Only across the Royal Caribbean fleet can you slip down the tallest slide at sea, get your pulse racing on the only skydiving simulator at sea, or rise roughly 90 metres above sea level in a glass pod known as The North Star. The adventures aren’t limited to the ships, with Royal Caribbean shore excursions for everything from glacier trekking in Alaska to wine tasting in Tuscany. Dining and entertainment on board is also an experience in itself, with Chef Jamie Oliver’s acclaimed eatery, Jamie’s Italian, leading the way, and Dreamworks Experience ships delighting kids of all ages with their favourite characters.

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Activities And Entertainment

Royal Carribean Ovation of the Seas North Star

A Royal Caribbean Cruise comes with a dizzying array of activities. If you’re not rock climbing, ice skating, learning to surf with FlowRider or picking up some moves at Trapeze School, you could always treat yourself to a rejuvenating massage, spa or a seaweed wrap in the Vitality Spa and Fitness Centre. Other activities and entertainment options aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise include cabaret shows, original West-End style productions, Casino Royale, culinary classes, wine tastings, jewellery making classes, outdoor movie nights and more.

Dining And Bars

Ladies enjoying lunch onboard Royal Carribean Oasis of the Seas

In keeping with their impressive range of things to do on board, Royal Caribbean also offers a culinary adventure for their guests at sea. Favourites include Jamie’s Italian, Chops Grille steakhouse, the highly sensory experience at Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine, a private 5-course dining experience at Chef’s Table, as well as the multi-course menu on offer nightly in the Main Dining Room. High-tech also extends to the bars on board, with robot bartenders shaking, stirring and coding your drinks at the Bionic Bar, while other bars such as Schooner Bar, Two70 and the North Star Bar offering unique Royal Caribbean experiences.

Food and beverage packages

Royal Caribbean has a range of specialty dining and beverage packages to make your holiday at sea as uncomplicated as possible, and it’s advisable to book these packages before your cruise to avoid disappointment. Dining packages give you the option to enjoy 3, 4 or 5 restaurants for a discounted price, while children aged 6 to 12 dine at the specialty restaurants for a reduced price and children aged 5 and under eat free. When it comes to drinks, Royal Caribbean also offers a range of packages to give you maximum value, such as their deluxe beverage package, refreshment packages and soda packages.


Parents and children taking a stroll through the Royal Promenade onboard Royal Carribean Oasis of the Seas

Royal Caribbean cruises are for the whole family. There are several different teen and kids programs available catering to all age groups, from the Royal Babies play centre for children from 6 to 36 months of age, to teen parties and sporting competitions. Royal Caribbean’s award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program and DreamWorks Experience are packed with exciting – and educational – cruise activities for kids that they’ll be talking about long after your cruise is over.

Royal Caribbean International Fleet

There are more than 20 ships within the Royal Caribbean fleet, spread across seven different ship classes. Each class has something slightly different to offer. For example, Radiance Class is all about the views, with wide-open spaces, glass walls, balconies and lifts; Voyager Class features climbing walls, ice rinks and miniature golf; and Quantum Class is the newest class of cruise ship, with the North Star observation pod and Two70 theatre. Sailing out of Australia for the 2018/2019 summer season is Ovation of the Seas, Radiance of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas, while summer 2019/2020 will see Ovation of the Seas, Radiance of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas sail from Australian shores. Enjoy exploring their deck plans, staterooms and other specific features.

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