Oasis of the Seas vs Allure of the Seas
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By Nadia Jastrjembskaia Yes – They Are Sister Ships But Which One Is Best for ME? They may be twin ships, but each has its own personality. First of all, Allure of the Seas is larger: 5 cm or 2 inches. Second, on Oasis of the Seas, power outlets are located underneath of tables – remember this if you have a knee … Read More

Why Not Try Australia and New Zealand?
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Did you hear that starting September 16th, the Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas has recently renovated ships in the South Pacific to cruise  Australia and New Zealand? If you are adventurous and want to explore this part of the world – this is way to go. There are too many upgrades to mention about the Radiance of the Seas! First of … Read More

Royal Caribbean to Deliver Best Onboard Options to Guests Fleetwide Through Extensive Revitalization Program
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  ROYAL CARIBBEAN TO DELIVER BEST ONBOARD OPTIONS TO GUESTS FLEETWIDE THROUGH EXTENSIVE REVITALIZATION PROGRAM Award-winning Vessels Across Cruise Line’s Fleet Being Enhanced Through 2014 MIAMI, July 11, 2011 – Royal Caribbean International today announced that it will invest approximately $300 million to bring the latest innovations to the cruise line’s ships across the fleet and introduce the highest guest-rated programs from … Read More

Behind the Scenes Tour
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MIAMI, July 06, 2011 – Below deck, backstage and behind certain doors, the sophisticated operations of a Royal Caribbean International ship has always piqued guests’ curiosity. To help demystify the hard work put forth by the cruise line’s dedicated staff and crew and the spaces they work in, Royal Caribbean International today announced the launch of the All Access Tour. Guests now … Read More

7 Rafters Rescued in Ocean
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MIAMI —         A Royal Caribbean cruise ship  rescued seven people on a raft in the middle of the ocean on its way back to  Port Everglades. The cruise line reports that passengers on the Oasis of the Seas spotted the  small blue raft Friday afternoon, and the captain turned around the 220,000-ton  ship to rescue the rafters. Royal Caribbean notified the … Read More

Queen Mary 2 failed inspection
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Cunard’s  Queen Mary 2 failed sanitation inspection on June 10 and received 84 which is below 86. 86 or higher is graded as ‘satisfactory” and below 86 as “unsatisfactory.” Queen Mary was inspected as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Vessel Sanitation Program, which aims to prevent gastrointestinal illnesses on cruise ships. Violations include “extremely dirty” water and floor … Read More

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