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Royal Caribbean International LIVES LIFE BIG WITH NEW TV Commercial.

Keep an eye out for Royal Caribbean’s brand new 60 second television commercial, which premiering last night during Nine News Sunday.

Featuring all the big features Australians have come to know and love from Royal Caribbean, like big adventure, big fun and the biggest ships with the space to do it all or nothing at all, the TVC brings to life the Royal cruise experience across the fleet.

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Created in both a 60 second version and two 30 second versions, the TVCs will air on Channel Seven and Nine in a variety of programs in coming months.

To view the new TVC online or for further information, head to or

Information supplied by: Royal Caribbean International.

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