Royal Caribbean International’s ‘Oasis of the Seas’ has reached an important maritime milestone when she was “floated out”—moved from dry dock to wet dock—to begin the final stages of interior work. The ship is under construction at STX Europe in Turku, Finland.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s online training programme, Cruising for Excellence, has launched a new site allowing agents to book their trade ship visits online.
Royal Caribbean Cruises has said that its quarterly profit jumped 52 percent on higher prices for its voyages. Recovering demand in the Caribbean market has pushed the increase.
In time to help guests set their New Year’s resolutions for a healthier lifestyle, Royal Caribbean International announces a new smoking policy onboard its ships, effective from January 2008.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has confirm that its Royal Caribbean International brand has been recognised by the Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Awards 2006 as the best Cruise Line in the large ships category.
New shore excursions will have Royal Caribbean International guests zipping between treetops in a Jamaican jungle, taking a dip in the shadow of an active volcano and exploring ancient, remote Mayan ruins in Belize.