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Find the best Royal Caribbean sales for Australians.

Royal Caribbean’s fleet includes four of the five largest cruise ships in the world. With fine dining, swimming pools, shopping, movie theatres and even ice skating and zip-lining on board, Royal Caribbean’s cruise ships can feel more like a small floating city than a boat.

With facilities like these, it’s no surprise that cruises are becoming more and more popular in Australia each year, as is the demand for the best cruise deals out there.

Royal Caribbean is adding a new ship to its Australian itinerary for the 2016-2017 season, Ovation of the Seas. If you’re looking for deals aboard it or any other ship in the fleet, you’ve come to the right place.

Royal Caribbean sales and deals

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Up to 50% off second guest with Royal Caribbean

Available on all voyages departing on or after 1 September 2020. Destinations include Sydney, Hawaii, Thailand, Singapore, Vancouver and more. T&Cs apply.

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Royal Caribbean's coronavirus (COVID-19) cancellation and changes policy update

As of 2 April 2020, Royal Caribbean has cancelled cruises globally until 11 May 2020.

The company has also introduced a Cruise with Confidence policy, where, if you make a new booking on a cruise departing before 31 July 2020, you can cancel in as little as 48 hours prior to departure and get a full credit valid until 31 December 2021.

If you're already set to cruise before 11 May and your sailing has been cancelled, a similar policy applies to your cancelled cruise. You can get either a full refund or a future cruise credit worth 125% of your sailing that you can use on a new cruise departing before 31 December 2021.


Royal Caribbean ships

Royal Caribbean’s fleet is made up of 25 ships, designed in seven classes. The oldest ships belong to the Sovereign Class, and the newest ships belong to the Quantum Class.
Here’s a comparison of five ships that sail to, from or stop over at Australian shores:

Voyager of the Seas

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  • Class: Voyager Class
  • Decks: 14
  • Capacity: 3,138
  • Bars and lounges: 14
  • Pools and whirlpools: Ten
  • Fun fact: There’s a skating rink and DreamWorks experiences for kids.

Explorer of the Seas

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  • Class: Voyager Class
  • Decks: 15
  • Capacity: 3,114
  • Bars and lounges: 15
  • Pools and whirlpools: Ten
  • Fun fact: There’s a rock-climbing wall and a surf simulator.

Legend of the Seas

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  • Class: Vision Class
  • Decks: 11
  • Capacity: 2,076
  • Bars and lounges: Eight
  • Pools and whirlpools: Six
  • Fun fact: There’s a Broadway-style theatre and a 600sqm casino.

Radiance of the Seas

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  • Class: Radiance Class
  • Decks: 13
  • Capacity: 2,501
  • Bars and lounges: 16
  • Pools and whirlpools: Six
  • Fun fact: There’s a 20sqm outdoor movie screen and seven specialty dining options.

Ovation of the Seas

  • Class: Quantum Class
  • Decks: 16
  • Capacity: 4,180
  • Bars and lounges: Ten
  • Pools and whirlpools: Eight
  • Fun fact: You can go indoor skydiving, take in 270-degree views from the North Star and drive around one of the 23 bumper cars on board.

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Royal Caribbean Review | Why should you sail with Royal Caribbean

Pros

  • Size of ships: Royal Caribbean owns some of the world’s largest ships
  • Facilities: Wide range of amenities on board range, from the conventional casinos and theatres to indoor skydiving, bumper cars and surf simulators
  • Australian departures: Departures available from Sydney, Brisbane and Perth (Fremantle)
  • Accessible ships: Accommodates those who are blind/low vision, sign language interpreters available, accessible shore excursion options and allows service animals on board

Cons

  • No live chat: Customer service can only be reached by phone or email

Top Royal Caribbean destinations

Fiji

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New Caledonia

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Vanuatu

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New Zealand

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Queensland

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New South Wales

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Tasmania

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Western Australia

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Singapore

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Victoria

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Hawaii

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French Polynesia

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