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- Featured Cruises on Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean International runs LAST Minute Sale on August 22-23, 2011. All departures are listed here. Please review the listing and contact Nadia directly about sales. Nadia may add some values to departures such as onboard credit, free transfers, wine to the stateroom and so on. For more information contact Nadia at 772 240 9797.
2012 TRANSATLANTIC CRUISES
Take a journey where serenity meets exclusivity — with our 2012 Transatlantic cruises. For an incredible per-day value, guests enjoy an extended voyage rich in beauty, relaxation, and top-notch personalized service. New! View Transatlantic 2012 Flyer
Are You Ready for Complimentary Spa Treatment?
Nadia’s recommendaiton: book an outside or above stateroom on the incredible Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas by August 31, 2011 and receive a Complimentary Spa Treatment. Call Nadia for details 772 240-9797.
Unbelievable! Balcony on Allure of the Seas starts from $899 per person (taxes are additional.) Contact Nadia at 772 240-9797 for details.
Try an Alaskan adventure! Royal Caribbean has a brand-new series of 2012 cruisetours, ranging in length from 10 to 18 nights. You will experience captivating fjords and glacial scenery, plus wildlife wonders such as whales, seals, bald eagles and more. Take their cruise vacation to the next level with cruisetours, led by Alaskan adventure specialists with insider knowledge that will make your expedition an unbelievably unique one.
Royal Caribbean International runs last minute sale on August 8 and 9, 2011. Sale will be open for Crown and Anchor Society members on August 8, 2011 and for general public on August 9. If you are interested, contact Nadia directly at 772 240-9797 for additional information. Click here to view sailings on sale.
Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 failed sanitation inspection on June 10 and received 84 which is below 86. 86 or higher is graded as ‘satisfactory” and below 86 as “unsatisfactory.” Queen Mary was inspected as part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Vessel Sanitation Program, which aims to prevent gastrointestinal illnesses on cruise ships.
Violations include “extremely dirty” water and floor tiling in a splash pool; a human hair in an ice machine; and various chemicals stored near napkins, paper cups and utensils.