They're Back ! Royal Caribbean International Arrives Back In Australia For It's 10th Season In Australia.
Tomorrow October 08th 2017 Royal Caribbean International arrives back in Australia for the 2017/18 Australian cruising season while also celebrating their 10th year in Australia, with Radiance Of The Seas a much loved ship with Australians.
“We’re back – Australia’s beloved Radiance of the Seas pulls into port this weekend, marking the start of an epic 10th birthday season ahead for Royal Caribbean,” said Adam Armstrong, managing director for RCL Cruises in Australia and New Zealand.
Radiance is just one of six of RCL Cruise’s exceptional Australia-based ships offering an incredible selection of 97 cruise holidays throughout Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia this summer, and delivering an injection of AUD$198 million to the Australian economy in passenger spend alone.
Joining Radiance of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s ground-breaking Ovation of the Seas, returning for her second and longest #SuperCruising season yet. The South Pacific sisters Voyager and Explorer Of The Seas return while also know for many of their family orientated features.
On the Celebrity Cruises side of things we have the highest rated ship in Australia, Celebrity Solstice offering Australians a sophisticated way of cruising!
Back for her sixth season in Australia, when she arrives in Sydney on 20 October 2017 for her first sampler cruise in three seasons. Celebrity Cruises will also offer guests even more opportunity to explore destinations at night, with overnight calls to Cairns, Sydney and Melbourne.
Then we have from boutique Azamara Club Cruises both Azamara Quest and Azamara Journey both offering Immersive destination cruising with longer stays in ports and stunning Azamazing evenings!
Azamara Club Cruises returns for its third and biggest season down under yet, when Azamara Journey arrives via Australia’s west coast in January, making maiden calls to Adelaide and Perth, as well as a number of regional destinations. Plus Azamara Journey will end her 2017/18 season with the line’s inaugural World Journey, a 102-night extravaganza from Sydney to London, calling at 60 ports in 29 countries along the way.
Please see below the standout dates in the Royal Caribbean Internationals 10th season in Australia.
Sun 8 Oct 2017 Radiance of the Seas: Arrival into Sydney – official start of the Australian international cruising season and marks RCI’s 10th season down under
Fri 20 Oct 2017 Celebrity Solstice: Arrival into Sydney to kick off her sixth season. She commences with a two night sampler cruise
Sat 28 Oct 2017 Voyager of the Seas: Arrival into Sydney and commences her 14-night Australia and New Zealand Cruise
Sun 29 Oct 2017 Explorer of the Seas: Arrival into Sydney and commences her 14-night Australia and New Zealand Cruise
November Celebrity Solstice: Celebrates her 8th birthday
Thurs 7 Dec 2017 Ovation of the Seas: Arrival into Sydney and commences her 10-night New Zealand Cruise
Sun 21 Jan 2018 Azamara Journey arrives into Sydney, for Azamara’s third Australian season
Wed 7 Mar 2018 Azamara Journey departs Australia for an 18 night Australia and Asia cruise, which kicks off her epic 102-night World Voyage from Sydney to London
Mon 26 Mar 2018 Ovation of the Seas wraps up her Australian season, departing Sydney on a 14 night Asia Repositioning cruise
Mon 16 Apr 2018 Voyager of the Seas: ends 2017-18 Australian season, departing Sydney on a 14 night Asia Repositioning cruise
Wed 11 Apr 2018 Celebrity Solstice: Ends her season, sailing from Sydney to New Zealand, Tahiti and Hawaii on an 18-night cruise
Tues 17 April 2018
Radiance of the Seas: End of season, departing Sydney on a 17-night cruise to Hawaii
Sun 22 Apr 2018
Explorer of the Seas: ends 2017-18 Australian season, departing to Sydney to commence a 22-night cruise to Seattle via Hawaii.
Information supplied by: Royal Caribbean International.
Photos credit: Brian Gaskin Of www.australiancruisingnews.com.au
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