Royal Caribbean International

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The company (founded in 1969) was the first cruise company to focus its fleet on year-round cruises in the Caribbean.
Its successful market choice and the excellent quality of its ships made it one of the most successful companies in the area.

As the company expanded, it expanded into new regions, and today its affiliates offer cruises in Alaska, Europe and Southeast Asia. In any region on a ship under the brand Royal Caribbean you will find a five-star hotel, an entertainment complex and everything you need for a luxurious vacation. The company’s inimitable style is megaliners, floating cities that offer their residents the most mind-blowing entertainment and pleasures.
The company’s particular pride is its fleet. In 1995, the liner LEGEND OF THE SEAS began the company’s new ship series, with which it entered the new millennium. Since then, every year the company has built a new superliner that meets all of Royal Caribbean’s high standards. In 1997 Royal Caribbean made a sensational deal – it bought CELEBRITY CRUISES, which remained on the market as a separate brand under Royal Caribbean. The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange, which strengthens its financial position.

Royal Caribbean International is one of the largest cruise companies in the world and has the youngest, largest and most modernized fleet in the world. The company has 20 ships.
RCI is one of the first cruise companies, which began to use on their ships the latest achievements of science and technology, aimed at reducing vibration and noise. Only on the latest RCI liners you can afford to skate on the real ice arena, ride inline skates on a special track, test yourself on the climbing wall, play soccer, volleyball, basketball, golf, as well as billiards, watch a spectacular show on the ship theater.

Each of the company’s liners offers passengers spacious cabins (some of the largest in the cruise industry), excellent service, excellent cuisine, and a variety of entertainment and sports programs. The liners have fine restaurants with daily changing menus (American lobsters, French snails, goose liver, Peking duck for gourmands) and a non-stop buffet restaurant. Numerous ice cream parlors, pastry shops and pizzerias.

A great combination of PRICE = QUALITY so much is included in the price:

EMPRESS OF THE SEAS, SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, MONARCH OF THE SEAS, MAJESTY OF THE SEAS.

Many ROYAL CARRIBEAN INTERNATIONAL liners have Russian speaking staff (waiters, stewards, croupiers in the casino).

Accommodation in a cabin of your choice;
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All entertainment programs shows, discos, live music in the bars;
Use of gyms, saunas, pools, hydro massage baths;
Rental of all sports equipment skates, roller skates, golf clubs, tennis rackets, basketballs and volleyballs, climbing equipment;
Captain’s receptions and Gala receptions;
The use of children’s clubs company repeatedly won prizes for the BEST CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS BETWEEN CROSS COMPANIES;
5 ultra-modern Voyager class liners:
VOYAGER OF THE SEAS, EXPLORER OF THE SEAS, ADVENTURE OF THE SEAS, NAVIGATOR OF THE SEAS, MARINER OF THE SEAS;
4-mega liners of the RADIANCE class:
RADIANCE OF THE SEAS, BRILLIANCE OF THE SEAS, SERENADE OF THE SEAS, JEWEL OF THE SEAS;
6 VISION class liners:
LEGEND OF THE SEAS, ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS, SPLENDOUR OF THE SEAS, GRANDEUR OF THE SEAS, RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS, VISION OF THE SEAS;

4 COVERED class liners

Sailing regions:
More than 200 itineraries – Mediterranean, Northern Europe, Russia, Caribbean Islands, Bermuda, South America, Panama Canal, Mexico, Alaska, Australia and New Zealand.

The company’s liners:

Adventure of the Seas.
Brilliance of the Seas
Empress of the Seas
Enchantment of the Seas
Explorer of the Seas
Freedom of the Seas
Grandeur of the Seas
Independence of the Seas
Jewel of the Seas
Legend of the Seas
Liberty of the Seas
Majesty of the Seas
Mariner of the Seas
Monarch of the Seas
Navigator of the Seas
Radiance of the Seas
Rhapsody of the Seas
Serenade of the Seas
Splendour of the Seas
Vision of the Seas
Voyager of the Seas