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This month's most popular cruises from Royal Caribbean Cruises


1. 17 night Transpacific Cruise ex Sydney on 19 Apr 2015, from $11,685
2. 18 night Transpacific Cruise ex Honolulu on 21 Sep 2015, from $2,767
3. 14 night Repositioning Cruise ex Sydney on 16 Apr 2016, from $1,508
4. 14 night New Zealand Cruise ex Sydney on 8 Jan 2016, from $2,558
5. 12 night South Pacific Cruise ex Sydney on 26 Dec 2015, from $3,035

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Ships based in Australia: Rhapsody of the Seas, Radiance of the Seas & Voyager of the Seas (across our summers) and Legend of the Seas in December 2015.

Royal Caribbean International, a Norwegian-American line based in Miami, has 22 ships in service, carrying one quarter of the world’s cruise passengers. Its flotilla includes Allure and Oasis of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise vessels at 225,282 GT. RCI cruises concentrate on the Caribbean, the Atlantic coasts of North America and Europe, and the Mediterranean Sea. RCI ships also visit Alaska, the Far East, and Australia. The 2015/16 Australasian program sees Legend (Brisbane), Explorer, Voyager and Radiance (Sydney) sailing to a range of over 70 itineraries featuring popular Australian, South Pacific and New Zealand ports. All four ships have the latest renovations. The line appeals to active, young-minded couples and singles, and families with children and teenagers who enjoy a large-ship setting and high-energy entertainment. Gratuities may be pre-paid: USD 12 per day, and USD 14.25 daily for suites.

RCI resort-style ships offer a total holiday experience. All vessels are upgraded regularly with enhancements to programs for relaxation, action, dining, entertainment and families. Royal Caribbean has been voted “Best Cruise Line Overall” for 11 consecutive years in the Travel Weekly Readers Choice Awards. RCI signatures include a top-of-ship Viking Crown Lounge with sweeping panoramic views, rock climbing walls, adults-only Solarium Retreat, and children’s programs for ages 6 months and upwards. Teens have their own activity areas. Evening entertainment include Vegas-style production shows that are among the most impressive at sea, and passenger-participation favourites. Internet fees on all ships are unlimited on a payment “per day” bais. RCI ships are highly accessible to guests with disabilities and special needs.

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2015-2016 Ships

• Adventure of the Seas
• Allure of the Seas
• Anthem of the Seas
• Brilliance of the Seas
• Enchantment of the Seas
• Explorer of the Seas
• Freedom of the Seas
• Grandeur of the Seas
• Independence of the Seas
• Jewel of the Seas
• Legend of the Seas
• Liberty of the Seas
• Majesty of the Seas
• Mariner of the Seas
• Navigator of the Seas
• Oasis of the Seas
• Quantum of the Seas
• Radiance of the Seas
• Rhapsody of the Seas
• Serenade of the Seas
• Splendour of the Seas
• Vision of the Seas
• Voyager of the Seas

Adventure of the Seas 2015-2016 Adventure of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Adventure of the Seas is based in San Juan (Puerto Rico), offering two different 7-night voyages. One visits five ports in the Eastern Caribbean, the other calls at four ports in the Eastern and Southern Caribb... More »
Allure of the Seas 2015-2016 Allure of the Seas
Passengers:5400 | Cabin sizes:14-220m²
Allure of the Seas sails 7-night cruises year-round out of Fort Lauderdale (Florida). Each cruise has three sea days, and as the ship is very much ‘the destination’ there’s lots to explore on board. She alterna... More »
Anthem of the Seas 2015-2016 Anthem of the Seas
Passengers:4180 | Cabin sizes:-m²
Anthem of the Seas (the second of three Quantum Class vessels) debuts April 2015, to sail from Southampton, UK. Cruises range from 3- to 14-nights. The shorter itineraries call at ports in France, and the longe... More »
Brilliance of the Seas 2015-2016 Brilliance of the Seas
Passengers:2112 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
From May to August each year Brilliance of the Seas is based in Harwich (a port for London) and runs 12-night cruises to the Baltic capitals. Note that she stays overnight at St Petersburg to allow for plenty o... More »
Enchantment of the Seas 2015-2016 Enchantment of the Seas
Passengers:2252 | Cabin sizes:15-118m²
Enchantment of the Seas sails year round out of Port Canaveral, making short 3- and 4-night trips to Coco Cay (a company beach resort) and Nassau in the Bahamas. The longer cruise spends a full day in Nassau an... More »
Explorer of the Seas 2015-2016 Explorer of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Explorer of the Seas will be based in Sydney from November 2015, contributing to Australia’s 6% share of the world’s cruise market. She will sail to ports in Australia, NZ, and the South Pacific, with Fremantle... More »
Freedom of the Seas 2015-2016 Freedom of the Seas
Passengers:3768 | Cabin sizes:14-188m²
Freedom of the Seas sails year-round out of Port Canaveral. She offers two 7-night itineraries in the Caribbean. To the East she visits the Bahamas (at RCI’s private resort Coco Cay), San Juan (Puerto Rico) and... More »
Grandeur of the Seas 2015-2016 Grandeur of the Seas
Passengers:1950 | Cabin sizes:15-118m²
Grandeur of the Seas is based in Baltimore. Cruises range from 6 to 10 nights. Destinations include Bermuda (with two nights in port), the Bahamas, the company island-port of Coco Cay, Haiti, Jamaica, and Cozum... More »
Independence of the Seas 2015-2016 Independence of the Seas
Passengers:3600 | Cabin sizes:14-188m²
Independence of the Seas is based at Fort Lauderdale, offering 6- and 8-night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. The 7-night cruises that circle Cuba visit the Line’s holiday port of Labadee in Haiti... More »
Jewel of the Seas 2015-2016 Jewel of the Seas
Passengers:2110 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
Until April 2015 Jewel of the Sea is based in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and offers three variations of 7-night cruises to the Southern Caribbean islands. Visit five ports in different ‘countries’, with one sea day... More »
Legend of the Seas 2015-2016 Legend of the Seas
Passengers:1830 | Cabin sizes:13-107m²
Legend of the Seas will be based in Brisbane from December 2015 to April 2016, visiting the Queensland coast and the South Pacific. Meanwhile she cruises the Caribbean, and in April she crosses the Panama to th... More »
Liberty of the Seas 2015-2016 Liberty of the Seas
Passengers:3600 | Cabin sizes:14-188m²
Until April 2015 Liberty of the Seas is based at Fort Lauderdale, and runs short Caribbean cruises of 4- and 5-nights that are intended for your relaxation. Then from May to October 2015 Liberty sails from New ... More »
Majesty of the Seas 2015-2016 Majesty of the Seas
Passengers:2380 | Cabin sizes:11-62m²
Majesty of the Seas is based year round in Miami, and offers 3-night cruises to Royal Caribbean’s private resort Coco Cay, and Nassau, capital of the Bahamas. Four-night cruises visit the additional port of Key... More »
Mariner of the Seas 2015-2016 Mariner of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Mariner of the Seas is based in East Asia, sailing out of Singapore. Itineraries are available from November 2014. Cruises are short, of 3 to 5 nights, up the west coast of the mainland Malaysia to Kuala Lumpur... More »
Navigator of the Seas 2015-2016 Navigator of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Navigator of the Seas is based in Galveston, Texas, until October 2015, offering 7-night cruises to three Caribbean ports – Antigua and Barbuda, Cayman Islands, and Cozumel (Mexico). There are three sea days. F... More »
Oasis of the Seas 2015-2016 Oasis of the Seas
Passengers:5400 | Cabin sizes:14-220m²
Oasis of the Seas sails year-round out of Fort Lauderdale, offering two 7-night Caribbean itineraries. Each cruise has three sea days, and as the ship is very much ‘the destination’ there’s lots to explore on b... More »
Quantum of the Seas 2015-2016 Quantum of the Seas
Passengers:4180 | Cabin sizes:15-152m²
Quantum of the Seas (the first of three Quantum Class vessels) began service in November 2014. Until April 2015 New York is her home port, across the Hudson River from Manhattan. From Cape Liberty she offers cr... More »
Radiance of the Seas 2015-2016 Radiance of the Seas
Passengers:2112 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
Between October and April each year Radiance of the Seas sails out of Sydney to New Zealand, South Pacific islands, and Tasmania. She circumnavigates Australia and New Zealand (and visits Bali) over 33 nights d... More »
Rhapsody of the Seas 2015-2016 Rhapsody of the Seas
Passengers:2000 | Cabin sizes:13-118m²
Rhapsody of the Seas is in Australian waters until March 2015, based in Sydney, sailing to South Pacific islands and the Great Barrier Reef. In February she departs for a cruise to Tasmania, calling at Melbourn... More »
Serenade of the Seas 2015-2016 Serenade of the Seas
Passengers:2100 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
Until April 2015 Serenade of the Seas is based in New Orleans. Why not take a few days off in New Orleans – you’ll find this an extraordinary city – and begin a 7-night cruise of the Caribbean sailing down the ... More »
Splendour of the Seas 2015-2016 Splendour of the Seas
Passengers:1804 | Cabin sizes:13-107m²
Until November 2014 Splendour of the Seas is based in Venice, sailing to Adriatic Sea ports, Greek islands and Turkey, over 7 nights. Until April 2015 Splendour of the Seas sails out of Sao Paulo (Brazil) to po... More »
Vision of the Seas 2015-2016 Vision of the Seas
Passengers:2000 | Cabin sizes:13-118m²
Until early April 2015 Vision of the Seas is based in Tampa, sailing the Western Mediterranean over 7 nights, visiting Honduras, Belize and Mexico. From May to October 2015 she sails the Mediterranean out of Ba... More »
Voyager of the Seas 2015-2016 Voyager of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
When Voyager of the Seas returned to Sydney in late 2014, she came with major additions – Flowrider surfing simulator, 3D movie theatre, new restaurants including Chop’s Grille, and virtual balconies on interio... More »
Royal Caribbean Cruises — Cruiseline Review Rating: 4.3 out of 5 based on 294 ratings.

Top 10 Daily Deals for Royal Caribbean Cruises

Listed below (in descending order) are the 10 lowest daily rates found from our exclusive searches of EVERY cabin on EVERY ship on EVERY future cruise by this cruiseline. Results are updated here whenever changes are found, but this varies considerably with different cruiselines. If you want the cheapest cruise on this ship, this is where you will find it every time so check back often!

Sold out Available OBC = On Board Credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

1

APR 15

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2015-2016

14

NIGHTS

Dep: Fremantle


Ret: Singapore

$739

$53

4

APR 16

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16

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Dubai


Ret: Venice

$991

$62

29

NOV 15

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7

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: San Juan


Ret: San Juan

$489

$70

4

APR 15

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2015-2016

7

NIGHTS

Dep: San Juan


Ret: San Juan

$489

$70

31

OCT 15

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7

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: San Juan


Ret: San Juan

$509

$73

12

DEC 15

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2015-2016

7

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: San Juan


Ret: San Juan

$509

$73

9

DEC 15

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10

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Baltimore


Ret: Baltimore

$749

$75

9

OCT 15

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14

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Barcelona


Ret: Dubai

$1,051

$75

6

SEP 15

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2015-2016

7

NIGHTS

Up to $100 OBC

Dep: Galveston


Ret: Galveston

$549

$78

29

NOV 15

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2015-2016

10

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Baltimore


Ret: Baltimore

$789

$79

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2015-2016

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Royal Caribbean Cruises Viz

Royal Caribbean Cruises facts

Avg star rating: 4 stars
Avg ship capacity: 2971
Avg passenger/space ratio: 41
Avg crew/passenger ratio: 0.39

What's included? ▼

  • Accommodation as booked
  • Flight/s and/or transfers as specified
  • All main meals on-board
  • Coffee, tea, iced water, lemonade 24 hrs
  • Anytime or fixed sittings, & multi-venue dining
  • In-cabin dining at no charge
  • Use of ship facilities - indoor & outdoor
  • Entertainment - live music and/or shows, movies
  • Activities - organised & individual
  • Bridge director on select cruises
  • Infant crèche, kids clubs & teen programs
  • Cruise Director & all English speaking staff
  • Special needs requests & service animals allowed
  • Ship-shore-ship transfers

What's excluded? ▼

  • Airfares, accommodation & transfers not specified
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues
  • Alcoholic beverages, soft drinks
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Certain entertainment, fitness classes
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Customary land tour gratuities are welcome
  • Service charge: A$ 11.90/US$ 12) per guest (A$ 14.20/US$ 14.25 for suite guests) pp/night is included in pre-paid fare.  Or, service charges can be paid onboard. For all ages. Modify for inadequate service.
  • Service charge 15% automatically added to bar, mini-bar, spa & salon services.
  • Items & services of a personal nature
  • Medical services, vaccination costs
  • Laundry and/or valet charges
  • Wi-Fi, Internet, satellite/mobile phone & fax charges
  • Babysitting, individual or in groups (from 1 yr)

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