Royal Caribbean

Wonder of the Seas

World’s biggest cruise ship with a water park and zip line coming in 2022

Wonder of the Seas is going to be heaven for anyone who loves cruising. This incredible ship will have the tallest slide at sea and a huge open air park with real trees.

Royal Caribbean, Spectrum of the Seas

Royal Caribbean's Spectrum of the Seas debuting 2019

Taking luxury cruising to new heights, the mega-liner will have many never-seen-before features, making her the newest, largest and most expensive ship in Asia

Royal Caribbean launches Australia's biggest hide & seek

Aussies have the chance to play the iconic childhood game onboard megaship Ovation of the Seas

Personality quiz reveals where you should travel next

Co-created by Royal Caribbean International and CPP – The Myer-Briggs Company, this personality quiz helps you decide where to venture next

Royal Caribbean partners with PADI

Passengers now have the opportunity to become certified scuba divers during their cruise

Royal Caribbean cruising to Cuba

Guests will now have the opportunity to get deeper into the culture and nightlife of Cuba on Empress of the Seas’ new sailings to Havana

Cruise news round up, September 2016

Celebrity Solstice revitalised, Cruise Month, Expedition cruising, Galapagos Islands, European sailings, Royal Caribbean sails to Fiji, and more

Cruise news round up, June 2016

New cruiser for Aqua Expeditions, Counting down to Ovation, Adventure of the Seas refresh, APT’s cycling cruises, Silversea’s culinary cruises, and more

Cruise news round up, April 2016

Oceania Cruises’ reveals new sailings, Princess Cruises in Adelaide, ecruising.travel’s Cunard offering, Royal Caribbean art, and more

Ovation of the Seas' stellar entertainment line-up

Australia’s newest, biggest and most technologically advanced cruise ship is bringing the largest entertainment production operation at sea to our shores

Royal Caribbean reveals upcoming Caribbean itineraries

Royal Caribbean International has revealed its Caribbean itineraries for 2017 and 2018