Keyword: Oasis of the Seas
Royal Caribbean will showcase seven ships in 2020-21 that have emerged from the cruise line's Royal Amplified modernization program. Check out more.
Port Canaveral welcomed the world’s largest cruise ship yesterday, marking the boat’s first North American port of call. Learn more about Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas here.
In November 2018, Actors Carlos and Alexa, along with their son Ocean, will “bless” the ship during a formal ceremony in Miami. Learn more.
Royal Caribbean International has announced a host of major updates intended to dovetail with its upcoming fleet expansion. Here’s the latest on what’s planned.
Seahub has compiled a report of the most popular cruise lines and cruise destinations on Instagram, based on an analysis of over 1.8 million posts. Here’s an inside look at the data.
With 2017 drawing to a close, Travel Agent talked with multiple consortia leaders, travel agency owners, travel agents and industry experts and asked: “Who are the most innovative, influential or trendsetting cruise leaders or personalities out there in the cruise industry?” See who made the list.
Sustainability is in the spotlight in the cruise industry this week, with a number of upcoming new ships looking to incorporate environmentally conscious features. Here’s the latest.
Mariner of the Seas will also return to Port Canaveral starting in May 2019. Find out more.
Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. is rolling out a new technology initiative aimed at improving all aspects of the guest experience and its internal operations. Here’s an inside look.
Cruise ships weighing over 55,000 tons will have to dock in Marghera, northwest of the historic area. Get the details here.