Royal Caribbean Creating Perfect Day at Lelepa, Vanuatu

Royal Caribbean will expand their portfolio of private destinations with the introduction of Perfect Day at Lelepa, Vanuatu. The island in the South Pacific, will be the first carbon neutral private cruise destination in the world. The announcement of the new project was made by Vanuatu’s Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, and Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley. Salwai and Bayley said the destination will be created in partnership with the community of Vanuatu to showcase the distinct natural ecological beauty and diverse local culture of the island nation…

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Royal’s Oasis Class 5 Given A Name and Home Port

Wonder of the Seas

Royal Caribbean has certainly been making headline news recently with new ship launches, ship refurbishments and the rebranding of Perfect Day at CocoCay. Today, Royal Caribbean announced that their fifth Oasis Class ship will be named Wonder of the Seas and be homeported in Shanghai, China. Wonder of the Seas will not be the first Royal Caribbean ship to call Shanghai home. Earlier this year, Royal Caribbean launched Spectrum of the Seas, the line’s first Quantum Ultra class ship which sails a regular schedule of cruises from Shanghai year-round. Royal…

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Odyssey of the Seas Coming to Fort Lauderdale in 2020

Odyssey of the Seas

Royal Caribbean is planning to bring one of its most innovative classes of ship to South Florida. The highly anticipated Odyssey of the Seas – will be the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to arrive in North America. The global cruise line’s 27th ship will arrive to her seasonal homeport of Fort Lauderdale, FL in November 2020 to offer 8- and 6-night Caribbean cruises. Odyssey will then continue her inaugural year in Europe for summer 2021. Odyssey of the Seas will be just the second Quantum Ultra Class ship, expanding…

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An “Amped Up” Freedom of the Seas Coming in 2020

Freedom of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas will undergo a $116 million transformation in early 2020. Continuing the recent improvements made to other ships in the fleet, the 8-week dry dock will bring a whole new way to experience Freedom of the Seas. Many of the updates are similar to those added to other Royal Caribbean ships amplified over the last 18 months including Independence the Seas, Mariner of the Seas and most recently, Navigator of the Seas. High-energy features and guest favorites that will come aboard, include The Perfect Storm…

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Two Stops at Perfect Day at CocoCay on Select Cruises

Perfect Day at CocoCay

There’s no disputing that Royal Caribbean hit a home run with the opening of Perfect Day at CocoCay. Ships offering stops at the re-imagined private Bahamian island are commanding a premium price and the cruise line has ramped-up capacity with several instances of two ships docking at the same time. Also Watch: Perfect Day at CocoCay Complete Tour (2019) Taking the experience even further, Royal Caribbean has announced that select 4 night cruises onboard Mariner of the Seas from Port Canaveral and Navigator of the Seas from Miami, will make…

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