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Royal Caribbean 2020/21 season now on sale

Royal Caribbean’s Australian 2020/21 summer cruise season is now open for sale, featuring four incredible megaliners for Aussies to choose from and two home ports – including Sydney and from November 2020, Brisbane’s brand new International Cruise Terminal.

Four locally-based Royal Caribbean cruise ships will offer more capacity and more itineraries than ever before, with more than 80 sailings for Australian travellers to choose from, ranging from 2 to 19 nights to destinations in the South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia.

After a three year absence, Royal Caribbean will return to home porting in Brisbane with the 2400-guest ‘culinary ship’, Radiance of the Seas, fresh from a multi-million dollar makeover. Known for her bright airy spaces and incredible range of 19 restaurants, bars and lounges, the ship will offer 22 Brisbane sailings, focusing on 7-11 night South Pacific cruises, plus three sampler cruises. Family fares start from just AUD$809 per person, quad share for a nine night South Pacific sailing, departing Brisbane on 3 February 2021.

Serenade of the Seas – the younger sister to Radiance of the Seas – will sail from Sydney’s Overseas Passenger Terminal for the first time from October 2020 to April 2021, offering 18 dining venues, bars and lounges, as well as a rock climbing wall, 9-hole mini golf course and three pools. The ship will offer 21 Sydney sailings ranging from 5 to 19 nights to a range of destinations, including the South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia. As part of the line’s ‘Buy One, Get One Half Price’ offer, prices start from just AUD$1849 for the first guest and AUD$949 for the second for a 10 night New Zealand cruise, departing Sydney on 21 November 2020.

Australia’s largest and most technologically advanced cruise ship, Ovation of the Seas, returns for her fifth season down under. Each cruise can cater to up to 4,900 guests, who will continue to enjoy incredible thrills such as the iFly skydiving experience, North Star viewing capsule and bumper cars included in their fare as standard. Ovation of the Seas will offer 19 sailings from Sydney, ranging from 2 to 19 nights to destinations including the South Pacific, New Zealand and Australia. Prices start from just AUD$1,699 per person, twin share for a Balcony Stateroom, including a free upgrade to a Balcony from Oceanview.

Australian fan-favourite Voyager of the Seas returns to Sydney in October 2020. With capacity for 4000 guests, the megaliner is widely considered the ship which started the revolution for larger, newer and more feature-packed ships being deployed down under. Voyager of the Seas will offer 22 sailings, focusing on South Pacific voyages of between 9 and 13 nights, plus three sampler cruises.

On sale now! Terms and conditions apply. For more information, visit www.royalcaribbean.com.au or visit your local travel agent.

SOURCE: Royal Caribbean

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