It’s not often that you have the opportunity to wake up to a new destination everyday but with Royal Caribbean you can. The American cruise line based in Miami, Florida is well established in the cruising industry yet constantly growing in popularity. They also operate Celebrity Cruises, Pullmantur Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises as well as having a stake in Island Cruises.
With 21 cruise ships in operation and another one joining the fleet in 2010, they really do cater for all tastes and styles. If it is a family friendly cruise experience you are after then Royal Caribbean have perfect cruising opportunities available for you.
They have recently added several new destinations to their itinerary including Turkey, Ibiza, Crete and Greece meaning that there are even more top destinations to be explored by you. For those of you that would prefer short cruises, Royal Caribbean offer cruises in Europe and the Mediterranean, alternatively to get away from the cold winters you can take a winter cruise to the Canary Islands or Egypt to benefit from their hot weather.
Then there are the Caribbean Cruises themselves, with the added benefit of constantly changing destinations you won’t be short of sandy beaches, warm waters, fantastic sites and diverse cultures. You really can get a lot out of one cruise ship.
A Cruise is the ideal time to sit back, relax and unwind on a well deserved break with whom ever you choose. Royal Caribbean offer 5 different classes of ship so there will be a ship that will cater for all of your needs, with top facilities on board including spas, fitness centres and bars. One of these classes is the Freedom class, the largest cruise ships in the world, of which the Independence of the Seas is home ported in british waters at Southampton.
With Oasis of the Seas joining the fleet in December 2009 and Allure of the Seas in 2010, now is the perfect time to take advantage of those discount rates and be the first to experience one of the new Royal Caribbean additions, which promise to be as exciting as the rest of their highly successful fleet.