Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has announced plans to sell Splendour of the Seas to TUI Cruises. The Vision Class vessel will set sail on her final voyage for Royal Caribbean on April 4, 2016, then be transferred to TUI Cruises. TUI plans to sub-lease the vessel to Thomson Cruises. According to the company, “Splendour of… Read full article

Royal Caribbean’s biggest and best ship yet will be named Harmony of the Seas. Set to launch in April 2016, Harmony will be the third Oasis-Class vessel for the line. According to Royal Caribbean International’s President and CEO, Michael Bayley, “We are orchestrating a medley of new exciting concepts with the best Royal Caribbean innovations… Read full article

Late last year, I took an incredible 11-night cruise aboard Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Quantum of the Seas. Yes, I’m aware that I still owe you a review of the cruise. I’ve had my reasons for sitting on that for a bit, and it looks like my strategy has proven wise. Quantum went through some… Read full article

I first heard news of big changes to Dynamic Dining tonight on one of the Facebook cruising groups I participate in. Later, I saw the same news on royalcaribbeanblog.com (not the company’s blog) so I’ll repeat it here. There are indications that Royal Caribbean is already making an adjustment to its new Dynamic Dining program which… Read full article

It’s been a while since I’ve seen a deal worthy of a “weekly deal” post, but today is the day. This is even more worthy of a post since I was able to take advantage of this. As you may know, the world’s largest cruise ship, Allure of the Seas, will be spending a summer… Read full article

Airlines are not the only travel companies aligning with rental car partners. I was just poking around the Royal Caribbean website and looking at my Crown & Anchor page. I ran across a new announcement that Royal Caribbean and Hertz have teamed up to offer special benefits to RCL Crown & Anchor loyalty members. There are… Read full article

Cruisers the world over have been abuzz about a new dining concept from Royal Caribbean, Dynamic Dining. Royal Caribbean International calls Dynamic Dining “a new world of culinary exploration on Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas. It’s dining at sea, reimagined, to give you more distinct options and total flexibility. There are… Read full article

Royal Caribbean announced today that the company will delay expansion of its new Dynamic Dining concept to Oasis and Allure of the Seas until “later this year.” Dynamic Dining is different from traditional cruise ship dining. Instead of one big dining room with fixed seating times and tables, there are four complementary restaurants, each with… Read full article

I’m preparing a full review of my recent Quantum of the Seas cruise. As I was working through some of my notes, the idea of a “one thing I liked and one thing I didn’t like” post popped into my mind. The idea was made all the more interesting to me after some thought because… Read full article

I’ve gotten lots of questions about Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas. One question I’ve received more than once is whether or not you have to tip the robot bartenders in the Bionic Bar? Quantum’s bionic bartenders, BIO and NIC work very hard to mix the perfect drink with precision. For me, the perfect drink… Read full article

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