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Local ships: Explorer & Voyager

Ships based in Australia: Explorer of the Seas | Legend of the Seas | Ovation of the Seas | Radiance of the Seas | Voyager of the Seas (across our summers)
Ships visiting S-E Asia: Legend of the Seas | Mariner of the Seas | Voyager of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International, a Norwegian-American line based in Miami, has 24 ships in service, carrying one quarter of the world’s cruise passengers. Its flotilla includes Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise vessel at 227,700 GT. RCI cruises concentrate on the Caribbean, Atlantic coasts of North America and Europe, and the Mediterranean. RCI ships also visit Alaska, the Far East, and Australia. The 2016 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. By mid-2016 all ships will have VOOM, the fastest Internet at sea. 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.

Royal Caribbean has been voted “Best Cruise Line Overall” for 12 consecutive years in the Travel Weekly Readers Choice Awards. Other awards include: Cruise Critic US Editors’ Pick 2014 for Best Inside Cabins; and Porthole Cruise Magazine Readers’ Choice 2014 for Best Cruise Line for Teens, Onboard Activities, Fitness Facilities and Computer Facilities. RCI resort-style ships offer a total holiday experience. All vessels are upgraded regularly. 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. RCI ships are highly accessible to guests with disabilities and special needs.

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2016-2017 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
• Harmony 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
• Ovation 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 2016-2017 Adventure of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Adventure of the Seas is based in the US Territory island of Puerto Rico, sailing out its capital San Juan. The ship offers two different 7-night voyages to the Eastern and Southern Caribbean. The southern crui... More »
Allure of the Seas 2016-2017 Allure of the Seas
Passengers:5408 | 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 alternat... More »
Anthem of the Seas 2016-2017 Anthem of the Seas
Passengers:4180 | Cabin sizes:-m²
Anthem of the Seas is based in New York (Cape Liberty, New Jersey). From there Anthem runs a variety of 5- to 12-night cruises to the eastern and western Caribbean islands. Five-night cruises visit Bermuda and ... More »
Brilliance of the Seas 2016-2017 Brilliance of the Seas
Passengers:2112 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
Until early October 2016 Brilliance of the Seas is based in Barcelona, and offers two 12-night voyages across the Mediterranean. Both visit the Côte d'Azur and Italian ports of Livorno, Civitavecchia (for Rome)... More »
Enchantment of the Seas 2016-2017 Enchantment of the Seas
Passengers:2252 | Cabin sizes:15-118m²
Enchantment of the Seas sails year round out of Miami, making short 3- and 4-night trips to Coco Cay (a company beach resort) and Nassau in the Bahamas. The longer cruise also visits Key West, the southernmost ... More »
Explorer of the Seas 2016-2017 Explorer of the Seas
Passengers:3228 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Explorer of the Seas alternates between Sydney and Seattle. From Sydney she sails to Pacific islands over 9- to 14-nights. Sampler cruises of 3 nights will give you an office break, and you can evaluate your ta... More »
Freedom of the Seas 2016-2017 Freedom of the Seas
Passengers:3768 | Cabin sizes:14-188m²
Until October 2016 Freedom of the Seas sails 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 R... More »
Grandeur of the Seas 2016-2017 Grandeur of the Seas
Passengers:1950 | Cabin sizes:15-118m²
Grandeur of the Seas is based year round in Baltimore, Maryland. Cruises range from 5 to 12 nights. The Bermuda cruise docks for two or three nights at King’s Wharf for its history and water sports. The Bahamas... More »
Harmony of the Seas 2016-2017 Harmony of the Seas
Passengers:5494 | Cabin sizes:-m²
Harmony of the Seas launched in May 2016 as the largest cruise ship in the world (one metre wider than Allure and Oasis) at 227,700 GT. Until October 2016 she offers a series of 7-night cruises ex Barcelona and... More »
Independence of the Seas 2016-2017 Independence of the Seas
Passengers:3634 | Cabin sizes:14-188m²
Until October 2016 board the ship at Southampton for a cruise to Spain, and the Western Mediterranean or the Canaries. From November through to April 2017 Independence is based at Fort Lauderdale, offering 4- a... More »
Jewel of the Seas 2016-2017 Jewel of the Seas
Passengers:2110 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
Until October 2016 Jewel of the Seas is based in Civitavecchia (port for Rome) and sails to the Greek isles and Turkey over 7- and 9-nights. From November to April 2017 Jewel is based in the Mediterranean at Sa... More »
Legend of the Seas 2016-2017 Legend of the Seas
Passengers:1830 | Cabin sizes:13-107m²
Legend of the Seas’ last sailing for Royal Caribbean will now depart Brisbane for Hong Kong on 20 February 2017 (formerly scheduled for 9 April). From there she will return to the UK and sail for Thomson Cruise... More »
Liberty of the Seas 2016-2017 Liberty of the Seas
Passengers:3740 | Cabin sizes:14-188m²
Liberty of the Seas sails from Galveston, running very popular 7-night cruises to the Western Caribbean. Take your choice of three itineraries, each with three sea days. All call at Cozumel in Mexico, and then ... More »
Majesty of the Seas 2016-2017 Majesty of the Seas
Passengers:2380 | Cabin sizes:11-62m²
Majesty of the Seas is based at Port Canaveral and offers 3- and 4-night cruises to Royal Caribbean’s private resort Coco Cay, and Nassau, capital of the Bahamas. The 4-night cruises simply add one sea day. Nas... More »
Mariner of the Seas 2016-2017 Mariner of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Mariner of the Seas is based in East Asia, sailing out of Singapore. Cruises are short, mostly of 3 and 4 nights, up the west coast of mainland Malaysia to Port Kelang (the port for Kuala Lumpur), with the long... More »
Navigator of the Seas 2016-2017 Navigator of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Until October 2016 Navigator sails from Southampton in the UK to southern Norway, the Baltic, the Canaries and Western Mediterranean. Then from November 2016 she returns to the Caribbean, sailing from Fort Laud... More »
Oasis of the Seas 2016-2017 Oasis of the Seas
Passengers:5408 | Cabin sizes:14-220m²
Until October 2016 Oasis of the Seas sails out of Fort Lauderdale, offering a choice of three 7-night Caribbean itineraries. Each cruise has three sea days, and as the ship is very much ‘the destination’ there’... More »
Ovation of the Seas 2016-2017 Ovation of the Seas
Passengers:4180 | Cabin sizes:15-152m²
Royal Caribbean's newest ship Ovation of the Seas, appearing April 2016, sails out of Sydney from mid-December 2016 through February 2017. In late February she departs for Singapore. This is the third ship in t... More »
Quantum of the Seas 2016-2017 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. Quantum is based in Shanghai, from where she sails 3- to 8-night itineraries to Japan and Korea. Shanghai is a ‘mus... More »
Radiance of the Seas 2016-2017 Radiance of the Seas
Passengers:2112 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
Between October and March each year Radiance of the Seas sails out of Sydney to the Great Barrier Reef, New Zealand, the South Pacific, and Tasmania. Between May and August each year Radiance of the Seas sails ... More »
Rhapsody of the Seas 2016-2017 Rhapsody of the Seas
Passengers:2000 | Cabin sizes:13-118m²
Until October 2016 Rhapsody of the Seas is based in Venice, offering 10- and 11-night cruises of the Adriatic and Aegean Seas. See the Greek islands, Kusadasi (for ancient Ephesus), and Athens, to name a few po... More »
Serenade of the Seas 2016-2017 Serenade of the Seas
Passengers:2100 | Cabin sizes:15-113m²
Serenade of the Seas sails the Atlantic. From November to April each year she departs Florida for the Eastern and Southern Caribbean, over 10 and 11 nights. Between late April and August Serenade is based in Co... More »
Splendour of the Seas 2016-2017 Splendour of the Seas
Passengers:1804 | Cabin sizes:13-107m²
Splendour of the Seas is now operated by Thomson Cruises (UK).... More »
Vision of the Seas 2016-2017 Vision of the Seas
Passengers:2000 | Cabin sizes:13-118m²
Until November 7-night cruises from Venice reach to the Greek isles and Turkey. In late November 2016 consider taking the 16-night Suez Canal cruise from Venice to Dubai, two eminent cities worth exploring. Fro... More »
Voyager of the Seas 2016-2017 Voyager of the Seas
Passengers:3114 | Cabin sizes:14-126m²
Until mid-October 2016 Voyager of the Seas offers mostly 5-night cruises out of Hong Kong to Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam. From November 2016 until early April 2017 Voyager resumes cruises from Sydney to Pacific i... More »
Royal Caribbean Cruises — Cruiseline Review Rating: 4.2 out of 5 based on 798 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

8

OCT 16

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2016-2017

24

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Seattle


Ret: Sydney

$1,365

$57

5

NOV 17

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14

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Barcelona


Ret: Tampa

$918

$66

31

AUG 16

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5

NIGHTS

Dep: Hong Kong


Ret: Hong Kong

$334

$67

29

APR 17

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14

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Tampa


Ret: Barcelona

$968

$69

19

SEP 16

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8

NIGHTS

Dep: Hong Kong


Ret: Hong Kong

$587

$73

6

NOV 16

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12

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Rome (Civitavecchia)


Ret: San Juan

$970

$81

20

FEB 17

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11

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Brisbane


Ret: Singapore

$890

$81

4

MAR 17

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12

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Sydney


Ret: Sydney

$971

$81

29

JAN 17

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10

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Brisbane


Ret: Brisbane

$823

$82

26

NOV 16

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16

NIGHTS

Up to $200 OBC

Dep: Venice


Ret: Dubai

$1,343

$84

Royal Caribbean Cruises 2016-2017

Royal Caribbean Cruises facts

Avg star rating: 3.8 stars
Avg ship capacity: 3133
Avg passenger/space ratio: 41
Avg crew/passenger ratio: 0.38

What's included? ▼

  • Flight/s and/or transfers as specified
  • Gratuities are included when booking fare unless declined
  • 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
  • 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
  • Gratuities for Australia-based ships if not pre-paid: $13.50 - $16.50
  • Gratuities for other ships if not pre-paid: US$12.95 - US$15.95
  • Gratuities are negotiable at Guest Relations on boarding
  • Service charge: 18% beverage, mini-bar, spa, salon
  • Shore & land excursions and meals not specified
  • Alternate specialty dining venues
  • Alcoholic beverages, soft drinks
  • Casino gaming, bar expenses
  • Certain entertainment, fitness classes
  • 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)
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Insurances of all kinds
  • Increases in third party charges or taxes
  • Itineraries may change due to unforeseen circumstances
  • Cabins may change for operational reasons
  • REMINDERS
  • Check stateroom ‘responsible adult’ requirements when booking
  • Confirm with bank and ship ahead of cruise your credit/debit card intentions
  • Check dress code requirements ahead

Happy Customers

Kirsty is an amazing cruise consultant, we have already booked our next cruise with her."

Reviewer: John P, WA
Date: 3 February 2016
Rating: 10

Rating: 9.8/10 from 4511 reviews
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