Royal Caribbean Offers Personality Quiz for Travelers

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Global cruise line Royal Caribbean International has teamed up with the personality research company, CPP–The Myers-Briggs Company, to create a way for travelers to navigate the possibilities for their next vacation from start to finish. 

Travelers can visit through March to discover more about who they are and what places around the world would most likely suit their preferences. The co-created quiz from Royal Caribbean and the Myers-Briggs team serves as a tool to help adventurers plan more enjoyable vacations for themselves.

The 13-question quiz draws on The Myers-Briggs Company's knowledge of personality types, and specifically assesses a person's underlying motivations and interpersonal needs that most affect their travel preferences. Once complete, quiz-takers receive a description of who they are as a traveler, along with insight into destinations and activities that best suit them – from relaxing on a Caribbean beach to dogsledding across Alaska. The Adventure Personality quiz will be available during Wave Season.

CPP–The Myers-Briggs Company offers solutions for businesses to improve individual and team performance, addressing issues from communication to conflict management, and supporting leadership development, career decisions, selection, and retention. The company has partnered with many Fortune 500 companies, educational institutions, government agencies, and training and development consultants.

Royal Caribbean International sails 24 cruise ships to popular destinations in Bermuda, the Caribbean, Europe, CanadaNew England, Alaska, South America, AsiaAustralia and New Zealand. Each cruise offers amenities and experiences. Royal Caribbean has been voted "Best Cruise Line Overall" for 15 consecutive years in the Travel Weekly Readers Choice Awards.

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