Royal Caribbean International cruises have something for everyone. With a fleet of 21 ships visiting more than 170 destinations, the choice of both cruise ships and itineraries is mind-boggling
Founded in Norway in 1968, Royal Caribbean was formed from three separate Norwegian shipping lines – their first ship, Song of Norway, was launched in 1970.
With a fleet that include's the world's biggest cruise lines and claiming to deliver the ‘wow-factor’, while offering holidays that the current energetic television campaign claims are ‘Way more than a cruise’, this is unashamedly mass-market cruising for the biggest possible audience.
Innovations such as on-board rock climbing, surfing simulators and giant whirlpools come as standard, and with a fleet of 21 cruise ships visiting more than 170 destinations, the choice of both ships and itineraries is mind- boggling. Royal Caribbean cruises have, quite simply, something for every taste.
Top 5 features to look out for on Royal Caribbean ships
1. Rock Climbing Walls - Set 200ft above sea level, rock climbing walls are found on almost all ships
2. The FlowRider Surf Simulator - Learn how to ride the waves while cruising on the Freedom Class ships
3. Ice Shows - Voyager of the Seas was the first ship on water to have an on-board ice-skating rink
4. 12-hole Miniature Golf courses - Play a round of miniature golf on 18 of the Royal Caribbean ships
5. Luxurious Spas - Treat yourself to an indulgent spa experience on any of the ships in the fleet
Read our guides to Royal Caribbean cruises
- Royal Caribbean cabins and food explained
- Royal Caribbean Ship Classes explained
- Top 5 Royal Caribbean destinations
Royal Caribbean will be holding a live telecast to unveil game-changing technology on Quantum of the Seas
Royal Caribbean International has invited you to join its live telecast on 25 August 2014 to find out...
Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas was successfully floated out this week in Germany
Royal Caribbean's newest ship Quantum of the Seas was floated out of the Meyer Werft shipyard at Papenburg, Germany.
The 18-deck, 4,180-passenger Quantum...
Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas has been given the infographic treatment by Cruise1st
Anthem of the Seas is Royal Caribbean's second ship in its Quantum class and boasts many impressive details which Cruise 1st has...
Jamie Oliver has revealed the menus for his Jamie's Italian restaurant on board Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas.
Speaking at an exclusive event at Jamie's Italian in London's West End, the celebrity chef said...
Royal Caribbean has announced that their new ship launching in November, Quantum of the Seas, is to home port in Shanghai, China from 2015.
The ship will reposition to China in May 2015, following its...
Royal Caribbean has announced it is to open the first restaurant by British chef, Jamie Oliver, at sea.
The popular eatery, Jamie's Italian, will feature on board the two ships: Quantum of the Seas and...
Royal Caribbean International has today revealed its itineraries for summer 2015 for Anthem of the Seas.
Sailing from Southampton, Anthem of the Seas is Royal Caribbean International’s second Quantum-class ship. The new itineraries revealed today...
Can you persuade two Minecraft-obsessed children and a cruise-phobic husband to enjoy their first family holiday at sea? Laura Driver finds out...
As we looked up – and up – at the magnificent Navigator of...
Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas will call the Mediterranean home from summer 2015. Allure of the Seas will arrive in Barcelona on 3 May 2015 and will offer cruises from the Spanish port until October 2015.
Cruise International is the UK’s highest-selling newsstand travel magazine dedicated to cruise holidays. Packed with inspirational reviews, the hottest destination advice, celebrity interviews and the very latest ocean and river cruise news, it helps both new and experienced cruisers alike plan their next trip. With its high production values, stunning photography and outstanding editorial, Cruise International is first choice for Britain’s 1.75 million annual cruise holidaymakers.