Royal Caribbean (RCL)
About Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean International boasts a fleet of the world's largest ships. Royal Caribbean ships are resort cities at sea, offering the best variety over the top experiences for the entire family. Whether you seek an adrenaline rush or total tranquility, their ships have it all. Try rock climbing, ice skating and surfing 200 feet above the waves. Melt away land-based stress with a spa massage, build a scrapbook of memories or simply relax poolside. Offering the ultimate in dining experiences and ambience, variety and the flexibility to decide when and what you savor. From casual to sophisticated, cupcakes to canapes, sample an array of options – many of them included in the price of your cruise. Pair meals with a beverage package and enjoy up to 25% savings on your favorite drinks.
World-class performers from across the globe come together to keep you entertained morning to night. Broadway musicals, the DreamWorks Experience, ice skating spectaculars – plus thrilling casino action, live comedy and music, bars, clubs and much more. Children will never be bored onboard with the complimentary Adventure Ocean® Youth Program. The programs are packed with totally awesome stuff for babies, teens and kids in between – like pajama nights, science experiments, scavenger hunts and theme parties. From Internet service to dry cleaning to accessibility features, Royal Caribbean ships are equipped with helpful amenities to enhance your vacation. And it's all delivered with friendly service.
Families with or without children, active couples and singles of all ages who love the fun of large ships and diverse onboard activities and those looking for adrenaline rushes and the latest and greatest amenities at sea. If you never left the ship you would feel you had an amazing vacation.
Those seeking a private island experience.
Coco Cay, which features the 20,000 square-foot aqua playground Caylana's Castle Cove, is an island designed exclusively for Caribbean and Celebrity passengers. It's a perfect spot for water lovers, featuring a white-sand beach, wave runners and snorkeling among coral reefs with vibrant tropical fish and sunken wrecks. Perhaps the most popular activity on Coco Cay, however, is parasailing, where guests ascend to 400 feet and get a bird's-eye view of the island.
The lines' second island, Labadee, has seen recent enhancements and now features seven different "neighborhoods" (Buccaneer's Bay, Dragon's Plaza, Labadee Town Square, Adrenaline Beach, Columbus Cove, Nellie's Beach and the Barefoot Beach Club) that have individualized offerings. Ride a rollercoaster at Adrenaline Beach, play at the aqua park in Columbus Cove or lounge in one of 20 private cabanas at the Beach Club (an experience exclusive to guests residing in a Grand Suite or above).
The private islands offer the chance to relax and have your every need catered to. They're a memorable way to feel like a VIP on your next cruise vacation
You consider yourself having a great deal of knowledge about the fine arts, cuisines, or an expert judge in matters of taste.
You are looking for exceptional service, a certain level of comfort and style, unique in today's world.
If you don't wish to spend your time in waterparks on board and new experiences for your children and family
The ships of Royal Caribbean International Cruises:
Atmosphere and experience onboard:
- Adventure of the Seas (3,114 passengers)
- Allure of the Seas (5,400 passengers)
- Anthem of the Seas (4905 passengers)
- Brilliance of the Seas (2,501 passengers)
- Enchantment of the Seas (2,252 passengers)
- Explorer of the Seas (3,114 passengers)
- Freedom of the Seas (3,634 passengers)
- Grandeur of the Seas (2,446 passengers)
- Independence of the Seas (3,634 passengers)
- Jewel of the Seas (2,501 passengers)
- Legend of the Seas (2,076 passengers)
- Liberty of the Seas (3,634 passengers)
- Majesty of the Seas (2,744 passengers)
- Mariner of the Seas (3,114 passengers)
- Monarch of the Seas (2,744 passengers)
- Navigator of the Seas (3,114 passengers)
- Oasis of the Seas (5,400 passengers)
- Quantum of the Seas (4180 passengers)
- Radiance of the Seas (2,501 passengers)
- Rhapsody of the Seas (2,435 passengers)
- Serenade of the Seas (2,501 passengers)
- Splendour of the Seas (2,076 passengers)
- Vision of the Seas (2,435 passengers)
- Voyager of the Seas (3,114 passengers)
Active; the line includes an impressive multigenerational diversity in activities and entertainment options. The ships are clean, well-equipped and feature bright, colorful and contemporary design.
- Australia / New Zealand
- Canada / New England
- Dubai/ Emirates
- Panama Canal
- South America
Travelers of all ages and budget levels that desire a non-stop, large or mega ship experience.
Policies regarding children onboard:
Infants sailing on a cruise must be at least 6 months old as of the first day of the cruise and/or CruiseTour. However, for transatlantic, transpacific, Hawaii, select South American and other selected cruises and/or CruiseTours, the infant must be at least 12 months old as of the first day of the cruise/CruiseTour. For the purposes of this policy, any cruise that has three or more days consecutive at sea will require infants to be 12 months old on the first day of the cruise/CruiseTour. A nursery is available for children 6 month to 36 months. Children's programs are available for children 3-17.