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A Royal Caribbean cruise is a very special experience. Whether you're on Radiance, Voyager, Explorer, or the soon-to-arrive Ovation of the Seas, you'll be entertained from the time you embark to the time you leave. ... Read more

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Royal Caribbean's commitment to friendly customer service and exceptional facilities make it a favourite with Australian cruisers. From Australia to the South Pacific Islands and New Zealand, all the bargain cruise holidays are at your fingertips.
 

Royal Caribbean Ships in Australia

The Royal Caribbean Australia currently comprises four cruise ships, each with a unique and exciting offering:

  • Radiance of the Seas - An Australia favourite, this ship offers many Royal Caribbean cruises from Sydney to ports in Australia and New Zealand during summer in the south and to Alaska and Vancouver during the northern summer.

  • Voyager of the Seas - Experience a more thrilling cruise holiday at sea with onboard activities such as rock climbing and ice skating. Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas boasts impressive services from food, cabins, activities and entertainment.

  • Explorer of the Seas - At 1020 feet long, this large Caribbean vessel is filled with many things to do onboard. Relax in luxury in this ‘resort at sea’ cruising to many destinations in Asia, Europe, Alaska, Australia and New Zealand.

  • Ovation of the Seas - Royal Caribbean’s largest cruise ship yet. Spanning across 16 decks, the ship is equipped with the latest technologies and new architectural designs to provide guests with a more exceptional cruise experience.
     

Royal Caribbean: The highest standards of Australian cruising

Royal Caribbean International prides itself on delivering innovation and entertainment while retaining the traditional elements of luxury travel on the ocean wave. All cabins in the Royal Caribeean cruises have a private bathroom and flat-screen TV, with more than 40% of the ship offering passengers their own balcony.

With innovative new features and an ever-expanding fleet, Royal Caribbean works hard to please the Australian market. While the Royal Caribbean cruise ships have American power outlets, charge in US dollars and ask for gratuities, the flip side is that the service level is high and the American love of food and luxury shines through in the product.  

It's impossible for you to be twiddling your thumbs on a Royal Caribbean ship. Families can enjoy the Sports Zone and DreamWorks experience, while the adults expend energy on anything from rock walls and ice-skating rinks to the pools and fitness centres. Nightlife activities are also extensive, thanks to the casino, Broadway-inspired revues, acrobatics and numerous bars.

Onboard dining is focused on choice on any Royal Caribbean cruise. From buffets to a la carte dinners, a variety of restaurants showcase cuisine from around the world. There's also flexibility for family dining times.

In addition to these many exceptional features, you can also check out the Royal Caribbean Cruise Planner. It allows guests to pre-book any of their preferred activities, specialty dining package and more. All purchases made via the Cruise Planner need to be paid upon checkout - a good way to manage your expenses. You can plan ahead and make the most of your time onboard with Royal Caribbean.
 

Royal Caribbean Cruises: Where to go on a cruise with Royal Caribbean

From Australia to the South Pacific and New Zealand, there are short- and longer-term itineraries to suit every cruise passenger and family. The Pacific Island Getaway takes in Noumea and stunning Isle of Pines in New Caledonia, with other options travelling further afield to Vanuatu and Fiji. Whether it's a week or a fortnight, one of our Royal Caribbean cheap cruises can accommodate your holiday needs.

Royal Caribbean Australia trips to Tasmania and Queensland take in numerous ports of call, as do departures from Auckland and short cruises from two to five nights. Royal Caribbean cruises from Sydney and Brisbane are very popular.
 

Book your Royal Caribbean Cruise

We are pleased to provide you with amazing deals for your Royal Caribbean cruise. While it is possible to get some pretty amazing last minute deals, it is always best to plan well ahead of time if you have to travel during a certain period or have a family or group for which you need to accommodate.

We are in a unique position to offer you the very best prices when it comes to Royal Caribbean Cruises in Australia. Find what you're looking for below or check out the available Royal Caribbean cruises 2019 offers or the latest cruise deals happening right now to find your ideal cruise.

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Useful FAQs for Royal Caribbean Cruises

 

Does Royal Caribbean go to Australia?

It certainly does. Royal Caribbean has a whole bunch of sailings departing from and returning to Australia, as well as itineraries arriving in Australia from foreign ports. This cruise line regularly has ships homeported in Australia, so there’s no shortage of Australia-based cruises.
 

Which Royal Caribbean ships come to Australia?

Royal Caribbean sends a number of different ships to visit and homeport in Australia. Royal Caribbean vessels which have been based in Australia include Radiance of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas.
 

Does Royal Caribbean sail from Brisbane?

Yes - Royal Caribbean offers some short sailings, between 3 and 7 nights, which depart from and return to Brisbane.
 

How much are drink packages on Royal Caribbean?

Pricing is subject to change, but at the time of writing, beverage packages range between USD$63.00-$89.00 per day for the Deluxe Beverage Package and USD$12.99-$15.00 for the Classic Soda Package.
 

Are drink packages worth it on Royal Caribbean?

It depends. If your ideal cruise holiday includes plenty of cool, refreshing drinks in the sun (you’re on vacation after all) then purchasing a drinks package is likely to be worth your while over the course of the cruise. If you’re only planning to have one or two drinks with dinner as a rule, then you may be better off paying as you go.
 

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