Royal Caribbean is a favourite for New Zealand and Australian cruise go-ers with a wide range of itineraries and super sized ships ready for that trip of a lifetime. You'll find Royal Caribbean Sales occurring at various times throughout the year with a range of exciting extras from included onboard credit, reduced cabins and more.

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Royal Caribbean is one of the biggest cruise liners in the world with 26 ships currently cruising the globe. The brand has built a reputation of being big on wow factor with a range of innovative entertainment concepts, large multi storey megaships, and creative activity options. Their newest ship Symphony of the Seas holds the crown of the biggest cruise ship in the world. Royal Caribbean ships can be found on occasions in Auckland and regularly from Australian ports. Whether you're looking for a cruise from Auckland or a deal from Australia, the South Pacific, Hawaii or the Caribbean we're here to help you get started on your cruise of a lifetime.

Royal Caribbean Ships

RCI's ships in Australia and New Zealand vary in size and age. Here we'll explain in more detail the Royal Caribbean ships you'll find closer to home.
  • Radiance of the Seas - Sails on a large number of Royal Caribbean cruises from Sydney to ports in Australia and New Zealand.
  • Symphony of the Seas - Royal Caribbeans newest and worlds largest ship sails in the Caribbean including to RCI's Private Island Cococay.
  • Serenade of the Seas - Cruising to New Zealand, Serenade will homeport in Sydney in 2020. Will also do some Top End cruises and itineraries that include Fremantle and Tasmania.
  • Voyager of the Seas - Sails on a range of cruises from Australia on Queensland cruises, South Pacific cruises, and Asia.
  • Ovation of the Seas - Spanning 16 decks this stunning mega ship sails from cruises from Australia to New Zealand and the Pacific Islands to name a few.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I need Travel Insurance?

It is highly recommended that all guests take out appropriate travel insurance to cover you for any intended accidents or illnesses while onboard. There are also requirements at specific ports that travellers hold the appropriate insurance. For example if your itinerary includes New Caledonia you may be refused entry as local government regulation now requires it for all visitors.

Is Babysitting available?

Babysitting services are not offered onboard any Royal Caribbean ships. However, some ships include a nursery where children between the ages of 6 - 36 months can be cared for by trained professionals.