Questions Related To Cruising On Royal Caribbean
The following are frequently asked questions on Royal Caribbean
The price of a Royal Caribbean cruise varies based on several different factors including ship, sail date, length of the cruise and the number of guests per stateroom.
Royal Caribbean currently has a total of 24 ships. Icon of the Seas is currently under construction. She is due to enter service end 2023.
Royal Caribbean ships vary in size and guest capacity. More information is available on Royal Caribbean’s official website.
Taxes, fees and port expenses vary by sailing and are based on several different factors. Guests can always view the most up to date pricing including taxes, fees and port expenses on Royal Caribbean’s website.
Luggage may arrive after the sailaway. A specific time window for delivery as well as pick up* locations will be posted in the Cruise Compass once guests are onboard.
The average cruising speed is about 18 to 20 knots depending on the ship and itinerary which is approximately 20 to 23 miles per hour.
Royal Caribbean offers thousands of hotel properties worldwide with prices up to 50% off. Agents can visit hotels.royalcaribbean.com for more.
Guest booking a hotel with Royal Caribbean they are guaranteed:
- Flexibility: Refundable options on hotels worldwide
- Selection: thousands of 3-star and up hotels verified by guest reviews
- Service 24/7: We’re always here for you. Reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Coverage: Your hotel is covered if you are enrolled with the Royal Caribbean Travel Protection Plan
Agents can view itineraries by visiting www.royalcaribbean.com/cruises.
The total number of restaurants onboard would vary depending on the ship. Food, drinks and desserts are all included in the cruise fare with the exception of sodas and alcohol. Speciality dining is also available for a small fee.
Yes, all entertainment and activities are included in guests’ fare with the exception of casinos.
Guests sailing with Royal Caribbean will never run out of things to do. There is something for all ages, from FlowRider® surf simulator to Sky Pad® bungee trampoline and RipCord® by iFLY® skydiving simulator. Guests can also look forward to Paris and Las Vegas-inspired productions like Showgirl!
Yes. Dining packages and beverage packages, shore excursions, spa treatment and WiFi packages are available for pre-cruise purchase or via the Cruise Planner.
Yes. Beverage packages purchased onboard or on Cruise Planner will be active at Coco Beach Club, just as they are on the rest of the island.
Royal Caribbean offers deals based on departure ports and destinations. Agents can visit RoyalCaribbean.com/cruise-deals to stay up to date on promotions, sales and special offers.
A dedicated space for travel agents and trade partners to find out everything they need to know about Royal Caribbean to better sell to their customers, as well as flash sale updates, exclusive competitions & money-can’t-buy events. Visit www.myclubroyal.co.uk to register or to find out more.