Royal Caribbean has a famous reputation for delivering innovative experiences at sea that provide a cruising adventure like no other. Royal Caribbean’s fleet of ships has some of the most unbelievable activities onboard. They were the first cruise line to introduce rock climbing, ice skating and surfing to our seas and more. You’re bound to discover endless thrills for every kind of journey whether it’s for culinary connoisseurs, fun-loving families, to couples wanting a romantic getaway whilst sailing around the globe on some of the most popular cruise itineraries.
Royal Caribbean sails to over 300 destinations in the world. Choose from sailing around Europe, Alaska, North America, Asia, South Pacific, New Zealand or the Caribbean, where some of the best adventures are waiting for you to be discovered.
You’ll have the chance to visit Royal Caribbean’s very own private island called Perfect Day at Coco Cay. After a $250 million transformation it’s now open for you to enjoy thrilling and chilling experiences. While on Coco Cay, you’ll experience the tallest water slide in North America and take the plunge in the Caribbean’s largest wave pool, with a swim up bar where you can treat yourself to refreshments! Hungry after your adventures? There are a variety of dining venues that are included at no additional cost.
Royal Caribbean’s high tech and exhilarating activities will fill your days onboard. Each day of your holiday there is something new to see, do and explore. With so much on offer you will never know where to start! Here are some of our favorite activities you can enjoy onboard various ships:
Bionic Bar® is making history at sea. You can instruct these robotic bartenders to shake up your cocktails that you design yourself through the interactive screens provided.
Ultimate Abyss? are you feeling brave? This is the tallest slide at sea! Plummet 10 stories into the mysterious and dark slide.
FlowRider® is a thrilling surf simulator which is guaranteed to test your balance skills as 30,000 gallons of rushing water heads your way!
North Star offers panoramic views 90 meters above sea level. Hop into the glass pod attached to a giant mechanical arm, as it lifts the pod up and down.
iFly is the only skydiving simulator at sea that will have your heart racing as you fly like a bird!
Bumper Cars are fun no matter how old you are! Whizz around and bump into your fellow cruising friends and have a joy of a time!
Ice Skating – you don’t have to be at the snow to go ice skating! Strap on your skates and show off your moves.
Aquatheater Shows will leave you speechless as you watch Olympic-level divers leap high into the air performing amazing stunts and aerial acrobatics as they finish with the perfect dive into the deepest pool at sea.
Adventure Ocean® is Royal Caribbean’s award-winning kids club program that is there to ensure your little ones ( your teens) have a blast, allowing parents to enjoy some time of their own.
Take your taste buds on a world tour with so many great dining experiences available across Royal Caribbean’s ships.
There are many options included in your cruise fare, including the main restaurants where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner along with the finest table service. If you’re feeling really hungry, visit the Windjammer (jokingly known as The Foodjammer) where you can replenish your plate until your heart's content.
If you’re looking for something a bit more special, there are specialty restaurants available onboard where you can enjoy fine dining. Indulge in classic Italian food designed by Chef Jamie Oliver at Jamie’s Italian, or enjoy Japanese food at Izumi’s. Wonderland will have you in your element with it’s imaginative cuisine or enjoy juicy burgers at Johnny Rockets.
Royal Caribbean currently has 26 ships that sail around the world and are filled with a variety of thrilling activities, amazing entertainment,mouth-watering dining and comfortable, spacious accommodation.
Royal Caribbean’s ships all have names ending with “of the seas”. They are divided up into classes based on the size of the ship and the highlights onboard.
Sailing out of Australia is Ovation of the Seas (Quantum Class), Radiance of the Seas (Radiance Class), Voyager of the Seas (Voyager Class) and Serenade of the Seas (Radiance Class).
Royal Caribbean own and operate the biggest passenger ship in the world - the Symphony of the Seas, with its own Central Park in the middle. This is part of Royal Caribbean ‘Oasis Class’ of ships that include some of the newest and biggest ships to sail our seas.
Crown and Anchor Society
Make your cruise even more rewarding by joining the Crown and Anchor Society with Royal Caribbean - this is Royal Caribbean’s way of recognising and rewarding their most loyal guests. You’ll receive exclusive benefits and rewards to make your experience even more memorable.