Royal Caribbean sails into its 10th Australian season

Stephanie Yip 6 October 2017 NEWS

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Calling into port on Sunday 8 October.

Royal Caribbean returns for its 10th cruising season sailing into Sydney on Radiance of the Seas this Sunday.

The luxury liner arrives at Sydney's Overseas Passenger Terminal at 6:30am. It will be docked there for a total of 12 hours, departing at 6:30pm, giving you the whole day to wonder at its majesty from the shores.

It's one of six ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet, which comprises of Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises, that will be based in Australia for the season.

Joining it are Ovation of the Seas, which is currently on its longest SuperCruising season, Voyager of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas.

Celebrity Solstice is representing Celebrity Cruises in Australian waters this year. It docks into Sydney on 20 October for its sixth year and will be offering its first sampler cruises in three years.

Azamara Club Cruises takes to Australia quite late in the season with Azamara Journey calling into port in January. After travelling around the south and west coast of the nation it ends its season with its first World Journey travelling from Sydney to London over 102 exciting nights.

Altogether, Royal Caribbean will offer 97 cruises this season across these six ships. They depart on trips across Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia.

You can find out more and explore the full range of sailings through CruiseAway.

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