Booking Tip

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By Nadia Jastrjembskaia, RCI Expert Plus Your Next Cruise Vacation: Better to Wait or Book Now? I know how you feel as well as my potential clients. They surf the Internet, check out my web site, read 3-4 pages and leave undecided what to do next. Here is a question: book now or wait with hope that prices will slush down. According … Read More

Safety Standards

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Message from Adam Goldstein, RCI  President and CEO I received this email from Adam Golstein, Royal Caribbean President and SEO today. I decided to share it with my site visitors because I believe that safety is the first priority on cruise vacation. Dear Travel Partner, All of us at Royal Caribbean International continue to extend our heartfelt sympathies to those affected by … Read More

Why You Need a Travel Agent, Part 1

Here is a nicely written article that appeared in Forbes.com today. http://onforb.es/zuLsjM by Larry Olmsted I am not a hero yet but I am proud to have very good connections in 3 cruise lines that I do most of my business with. Also, I can organize very special trip to Russia behind the scenes because I am from there. My Russian friends … Read More

Top 9 Reasons to Try Royal Caribbean International Europe Cruises

By Nadia Jastrjembskaia #9. Best Hardware Vision, Radiance, Voyager and Freedom class ships are sailing Europe 2012. #8. Unique Itineraries Royal Caribbean offers 117 different itineraries to choose from ranging anywhere from 3-18 nights. #7. Late Departure Program Guests can opt to stay onboard until 90 prior to the next sailing departure. This is a very convenient option if you have afternoon … Read More

Health On Board Of Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas

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When embarking on your next vacation, don’t forget to take matters into your own hands! Not just what to pack, or how to plan your itinerary, but your health onboard as well. No matter how small or large the ship, from river cruises to the Allure of the Seas and the Oasis of the Seas, health is a priority on each ship. … Read More

Before You Pay for Your Cruise

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By Nadia Jastrjembskaia, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas Expert Plus I was at networking event and had a ground-level conversation with a woman right at the beginning your cruise vacation planning on Oasis of the Seas.  As we talked, I realized she was struggling with three vital questions she had to answer before she could get into the … Read More

Is Oasis of the Seas Good for Me?

By Nadia Jastrjembskaia These questions I hear almost every day. Why? People are unsure about the Oasis class ships: Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. Some major misconceptions are: They are too big, so you feel crowded. It is not safe to be among thousands of people, because diseases spread out rapidly in crowded ships. Oasis class ships are … Read More

What is there to do in CocaCay?

If you like a day at the beach; if you like snorkeling or kayaking, if you like a picnic atmosphere, CocaCay is the best place to be in! Just imagine: a sugary beach, smell of the barbecue and colorful fish swimming between your legs. This is CocaCay – Royal Caribbean’s private island in Bahamas. There are a lot of cruise departures that … Read More

Snorkeling in Cozumel

Cozumel is a port of call for the Western Itinerary for Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. When my clients ask me about suggestions for excursions, my first reaction is – snorkeling! Do you know that Cozumel has the second largest reef ecosystem in the world after Great Australian Reef? Cozumel is part of the Great Maya … Read More

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