Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines review

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines has so much to offer their guests! With the most activities at sea they are perfect for multi-generational groups and parties with different views of what a vacation is. Everything from relaxing on your private balcony to climbing the rock wall, everyone in your party will be able to find something to do!
I love cruising with family and friends. Especially when you don't want to spend all your time together but want to Meetup throughout the day. Check out some of the great things that RCCL has to offer you, then contact the Travel Depot and let us book your next amazing adventure!
Accommodations, as on all cruise lines the cheapest options start on the inside of the ship. These will also be your smallest staterooms. A basic stateroom offers bedding, Pullmans bed in some, a sofa that may convert to a bed, TV, storage closets and drawers. Royal Caribbean offers a great option for those that love to people watch. Promenade staterooms offer a view of the atrium or central park. For short sailings
A variety of dining options are available aboard all of Royal Caribbean cruise ships. Room service, buffets, full service dining room, casual eateries and even grab and go options such as pizza and burgers. Where will you enjoy your next meal? While they offer a timed seating they also offer a my time dining option. This is available on a first come first serve basis and can fill up fast. Dining options vary from ship to ship but may include Sushi, Boardwalk Dog House, Boardwalk donuts, a Bistro and cafes. Royal Caribbean also offers a variety of dining options for a small additional fee. Ask your travel agent which ship has the dining options that interest you the most!
One great option for those with children is family time dining. This program offers expedited service for those with children ages 3-11 and then the children are picked up by a staff member and taken to camp.
Character dining with Dreamworks is available on select ships and sailings, advanced reservations required.

Children's programming - Royal Caribbean has divided their children’s programming into 5 ages groups. Adventure Ocean - Aquanots 3-5, Explorers 6-8, Voyagers 9-11, and two teen groups 12-14 and 15-17. Many ships offer the Dreamworks Experience which includes character dining options with Shrek and other characters as well as meet and greets and a parade. Partnered with Barbie for fashion shows, and Fisher Price toy lending program for infants and toddlers and Crayola for all ages there truly is something that your child will love. *Some age groups are combined on cruises with low children in attendance.

Whether you want to relax or be active, Royal Caribbean Cruise ships have everything you are looking for!
  • Oasis and Allure both offer Carousels in the Central park area.
  • True Broadway shows are performed on Royals ships!
  • Flow Rider
  • ziplining
  • rock climbing
  • ice rinks
  • miniature golf
  • H2O zone
  • Outdoor movies
  • adults only solarium
  • iFly
  • Vitality Spa
  • Dance classes
  • Cooking demonstrations
  • Broadway Style Shows
Do I need to go on? It is very unlikely that anyone in your party will be bored! Personally, one of my favorite things to do is to relax on my balcony with a book!
On select cruises your ship may stop at CocoCay, Bahamas. Here you get enjoy the lush vegetation of an eco-certified private destination. There is an array or water activities to enjoy as well as an aqua park!

Suggested sailing
Freedom of the seas out of port Canaveral alternating between an eastern and western Caribbean itinerary.

On November 3rd, sailing the Eastern Caribbean ocean view cabins are starting at $574.86 including all port taxes and government fees!
Current Promotion through our agency, The Travel Depot.
Book a 5 night or longer Caribbean, Bahamas or Bermuda Cruise on Royal Caribbean and travel before December 31, 2013 in an ocean view or balcony and receive a $100 on-board credit! Restrictions apply. Call or email us to help plan your perfect vacation!



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