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Royal Caribbean: See the world for less

Royal Caribbean, Anthem of the Seas

 

Royal Caribbean is offering guests the ultimate getaway, on ships complete with countless activities, without breaking the bank.

With world-leading experiences in dining, activities and entertainment, all on board the biggest and most exciting ships in the world, there’s never been a better time to book a Royal Caribbean adventure.

The line is currently running its One Big Sale initiative, which ends on 31 March.

Prices start from £699pp on Symphony of the Seas, sailing from Barcelona; from £799pp on Anthem of the Seas sailing from Southampton, and £599pp on Explorer of the Seas sailing from Ravenna.

What’s more, there is reduced air fare starting from £99pp, so clients can depart from UK and Republic of Ireland airports and embark on their selected Europe 2023 sailing.

On board, guests will be treated to a culinary adventure, with options from every culture.

The vast selection of dining experiences, from familiar classics to fine dining, covers cuisine to satisfy every appetite. Think light mini bites to gorgeous three-course experiences, all prepared to the highest standards

What also makes a Royal Caribbean holiday stand out is the plethora of activities on offer. Guests can relax, rejuvenate, or get the adrenaline pumping.

From skydiving simulators and surf machines to serene spa treatments and Caribbean-style pool decks, variety is at the heart of the every Royal Caribbean holiday.

Another Icon to come

Come January 2024, Royal Caribbean will welcome Icon of the Seas to the fleet.

The ship, which will become the world’s biggest cruise ship when it sets sail in January, and the first in the line’s new Icon class, has been described as the “travel industry’s first-of-its-kind combination of the best of every vacation”.

On board, it will have eight neighbourhoods, as they are known, five that are new to Icon of the Seas.

These will include Thrill Island, a lost island adventure that will feature Category 6, the largest waterpark at sea, and Surfside, a neighbourhood made for young families.

The AquaDome is also new. During the day this will be a tranquil oasis, transforming at night to a vibrant place great for a night out.

Royal Caribbean Group president and CEO Jason Liberty said: “With each new ship, we raise the bar in the travel industry while enhancing what our guests know and love.

“From the moment they step on board, every experience is specifically designed to give them the best vacation anywhere on land and at sea.”

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