The Nassau-Based Junkanoo Group Visits the Cruise Line’s Entertainment Studios in Miami
The state-of-the-art passenger cruise vessel touched water off the coast of Finland.
Royal Caribbean International has launched a search for iconic artistry to bring the Caribbean spirit to life on the iconic canvas that is the world’s best family vacation, Icon of the Seas. In the new “Artist Discovery Program,” up-and-coming artists from destinations the cruise line visits can vie to put their work on display for millions of vacationers who will set sail for years to come.
Royal Caribbean Group announced this week that it has entered into a new partnership with iCON Infrastructure Partners VI, a fund advised by iCON Infrastructure LLP (“iCON Infrastructure” or “iCON”) to develop strategic cruise port infrastructure in support of Royal Caribbean Group’s robust growth plans.
A celebration fit for the world’s newest wonder lit up Port Canaveral, Florida, last night when Royal Caribbean International officially welcomed Wonder of the Seas into the family.
In just under five weeks, Royal Caribbean International has set new bookings records yet again. This Black Friday was the cruise line’s single largest booking day in its 53-year history, which marked the third time the record was broken in 2022 and the peak of what is now the brand’s highest volume booking week
Royal Caribbean Group (NYSE: RCL) this month celebrates 30 years of Save the Waves, the company’s first environmental initiative. Save the Waves has evolved into a global commitment to engrain sustainability practices into every aspect of Royal Caribbean Group’s business and culture. It serves as the foundation for the cruise company’s decarbonization strategy — Destination Net Zero.
Royal Caribbean International made its highly anticipated return to Australia for the first time since 2019. The arrival of the action-packed Ovation of the Seas in Sydney brings back Australia’s ultimate summer holiday, where adults, kids and grandparents can make memories together on 2- to 12-night cruises to Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
It’s a record-breaking start for the new era of vacations. Fresh off the heels of revealing the first look at Icon of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International saw its single largest booking day in its 53-year history when reservations opened for the cruise line’s first Icon Class ship.
A new era of vacations starts here. Royal Caribbean International has revealed the first look at the highly anticipated Icon of the Seas, the Icon of Vacations. Arriving in late 2023 ahead of its January 2024 debut, the first Icon Class ship will be the travel industry’s first-of-its-kind combination of the best of every vacation.