If you’re thinking of taking a Caribbean cruise, you’ve probably come across Royal Caribbean International. And as cruise holidays go, these cruises are certainly the jewel in the royal crown.
Whichever Royal Caribbean liner you opt for, you’re more or less guaranteed a jaw-dropping experience. These spectacular vessels are like huge floating cities, with stacks of different things to see and do for all ages and walks of life. Take the Independence Of The Seas for instance. This superb liner has its own rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink, full-sized basketball court, a boxing ring and even a FlowRider surf simulator. On top of that there’s a mini golf course, spa facilities and high street style shops.
And then there’s the evening entertainment. Choose between numerous different restaurants covering a vast array of flavours and influences, enjoy a relaxing ambience in the piano bar, try your luck in the casino or dance the night away in the nightclub.
There’s plenty more besides, and we haven’t even got to the destinations yet. This fabulous ship sails around the Caribbean, taking in the sights and sounds of the Bahamas, Florida, the British Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, Haiti and more, as well as numerous destinations closer to home including the Canary Islands, the Mediterranean and Norway.
What’s more, cruise holidays don’t have to cost the earth. You’ll find numerous Royal Caribbean deals on last-minute departures, as well as early bird deals on next year’s holidays too. If you search and book through a travel agent you’ll probably find a number of special offers, which might be a 10% discount on the overall cost of the holiday or a tempting deal such as a special cabin upgrade, or a free all inclusive drinks package.
One thing’s for sure, when it comes to cruising, Royal Caribbean holidays are a regal affair – and one that will live with you long after you return home.