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If you are looking for something more than the typical cruise on just an average cruise line, then Royal Caribbean UK is the way to go. Those of you that have enjoyed RCI cruises before know all about this. The millions who have seen our many television ads are starting to get the idea that this cruise line puts the “pizzazz” into what could have been just another cruise with any other cruise line. What makes us so much more exciting? How about onboard adventures like rock climbing, ice skating and simulated surfing to just name a few innovative amenities.
Royal Caribbean offers cruises to over 170 different destinations. This is topped off with a myriad of cruise tours and shore excursions to choose from. For those with an adventurous spirit, this can include a relaxing bike ride in Dubrovnik, winding through its beautiful vineyards; hiking along a glacier in Alaska; or tubing inside the caves in Belize.
RCI cruises have so many destination packages that there is bound to be something that can tempt anyone, regardless of age or level of energy. Every guest can create a unique cruise experience. The freedom to do this has helped us expand our program for loyal customers. Their Crown & Anchor program now exceeds four million.
Besides the great destinations, onboard amenities and shore excursions, Royal Caribbean UK offers Gold Anchor Service from our staff.
Something else that makes us a great cruise line is our dedication to helping the environment. We employ rigorous environmental safeguards that are geared towards the preservation of the oceans on which our ships sail.
The company is responsible for starting the Ocean Fund. This fund provides for a number of marine organizations whose goals are to preserve the ecosystems of all of our oceans. Royal Caribbean UK has given nearly $7.1 million to groups that carry out research in the marine conservation field, provide ground-breaking technologies, and educate the world in the preservation the environment.
Newer ships include Independence of the Seas, Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas which are the largest cruise liners in the world and compliment the old favourites including Brilliance of the Seas and Jewel of the Seas.
View Royal Caribbean cruises 2013 & 2014