Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Symphony of the Seas, will launch in April next year and will take the crown of the largest ship on the oceans. She will offer a season of seven night cruises in the Mediterranean from Barcelona and Rome, followed by Caribbean cruises from Florida (Miami) from November 2018. View all Symphony of the Seas cruises.
Cruises From Australia and New Zealand
Royal Caribbean cruises from Australia between October and April of each year, as a select number of ships make their way to soak up Australia’s summer sun. While here there is a fantastic range of Royal Caribbean South Pacific cruises ranging in duration from 7 to 14 nights as well as Royal Caribbean cruises to New Zealand. Within Australia you can cruise to Tasmania and Queensland, or if you’re looking to give Royal Caribbean (or cruising) a try on of Royal Caribbean’s three to four night sampler cruises. The majority of these cruises depart out of Sydney, however there are limited cruise departures are also available from Melbourne, Perth and Auckland.
Local Australian cruises are available onboard one of four entertainment packed ships: Radiance of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, and the largest ship of any cruise line to visit Australian waters, Ovation of the Seas with it’s newly designed staterooms and ‘wow’ features including a 360 degree view glass capsule. Until March 2018 Voyager of the Seas will also be sailing the South Pacific before relocating to hub out of Asia.
Looking for a bargain? View Royal Caribbean Australia cruises under $999.
In Asia, Royal Caribbean offers a huge range of departures from Singapore and Hong Kong onboard Mariner of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas. Quantum of the Seas offers departures from Beijing and Shanghai with a range of itineraries from four4 to 7 nights.
From North America, the Radiance of the Seas and the Explorer of the Seas offer Royal Caribbean cruises in Alaska for seven nights from a choice of Seward, Seattle or Vancouver and Canada and New England cruises from Boston, Baltimore, Cape Liberty and Quebec.
Royal Caribbean has one of the most comprehensive range of Caribbean cruises in the market, as its name might suggest, with around one thousand scheduled departures over the next two to three years. The current largest cruise ship in the world, Harmony of the Seas, offers year round Caribbean cruises from Ft. Lauderdale or choose from the massive range of Caribbean cruises from Miami. Royal Caribbean also offers cruises to the Bahamas and the Empress of the Seas is now offering year round cruises to Cuba combining Key West and Mexico with Havana!
Best Cruise Deals
Today’s hot deal: 7 nights South Pacific cruise from just $693 twin share, departing 20 March from Sydney. Hurry this low price won’t last long!
View our selection of the best Royal Caribbean cruise deals and take advantage of savings of up to 45% with the Seek and Save sale. PLUS, combine with Cruise Guru’s exclusive discounts and pay only $10pp deposits when you book by 28 Feb 18. View $10 deposit sale cruises. Or check out our fantastic Ovation of the Seas fly/cruise package to Asia where you will enjoy one-way economy air from Sydney, Gold Coast or Perth to Singapore, two nights pre-cruise accommodation and 14 night cruises. View Ovation of the Seas Fly/Cruise package. With so many other cruising options worldwide, let Cruise Guru help you plan your perfect cruising vacation with our Cruise Finder tool or contact us for assistance, we have a wealth of experience on Royal Caribbean cruises.