Royal Caribbean Announces National Cruise Vacation Week Sale

royal caribbean cruise shipIn conjunction with the Cruise Lines International Association’s (CLIA) National Cruise Vacation Week, Royal Caribbean International is offering up to $100 onboard credit to vacationers who choose a Europe cruise with the line.

For all new individual U.S. and Canadian bookings, made with deposit from Oct. 21 through 28, 2012, for a seven-night or longer 2013 Europe or trans-Atlantic sailing, guests will receive an onboard credit of $50 per inside or oceanview stateroom, and $100 per stateroom with balconies and suites. Travel agents can view more information here.

Liberty of the Seas will continue to be the only ship in Europe to exclusively offer a West End musical, Saturday Night Fever, and the DreamWorks Experience. From Barcelona, Liberty of the Seas will sail the Western Mediterranean on seven-night itineraries, while Serenade of the Seas will offer a more comprehensive Mediterranean experience on longer, 12-night cruises. Serenade of the Seas will soon be revitalized in December 2012 to offer guests more dining options; new onboard amenities such as the Royal Babies and Tots Nursery; and enhanced technology such as an oversized video screen overlooking the pool deck and bow-to-stern WiFi service. 

Navigator of the Seas will sail a seven-night Eastern Mediterranean itinerary from Rome (Civitavecchia), while Splendour of the Seas sails seven-night Greek Isles and Turkey itineraries from Venice. Meanwhile, Legend of the Seas will return to Europe after two years in the Far East, to sail seven-night Western Mediterranean itineraries from Rome in summer and then nine- to 11-night Greece, Turkey and Mediterranean itineraries from Venice in the autumn months.

Vacationers also can choose a range of seven- to 14-night itineraries to the Canary Islands and the Mediterranean, North and Baltic seas aboard Independence of the Seas and Adventure of the Seas, departing from Southampton, U.K. Alternatively from Harwich, Brilliance of the Seas will sail 12-night North and Baltic Seas cruises while Vision of the Seas sail takes guests on seven- to 11-night Northern Europe itineraries from Copenhagen, Denmark and Stockholm, Sweden.

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