Cruise - royal caribbean

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Post by daxiaomu » Fri May 11, 2018 12:21 pm

Thx for all the sharing! May I know how long in advance should we book for the cruise trip? How many days is ideal? :smile:

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Post by galaxyraider » Fri May 11, 2018 3:34 pm

daxiaomu wrote:Thx for all the sharing! May I know how long in advance should we book for the cruise trip? How many days is ideal? :smile:
There's no hard rule, but the earlier the better as the nice rooms (with balcony, etc) will be snapped up first. Also take note of seasonal promotion such as kids cruise for free, etc.

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Post by CarolW » Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:23 am

I went on a Royal Caribbean cruise. My 13 year old son had a blast. He had a lot of fun playing water volleyball, and grazing everywhere. There are loads of pools, that teenagers have fun doing. Almost every night there is something for teens. There are teen clubs and teen nights at the pool. It's a great way to meet new people!

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Post by Katherin22 » Wed Aug 22, 2018 11:47 am

My first cruise was on Royal Caribbean, The Explorer of the Seas. GREAT TIME. My husband and I went with my family members. We also went to the Western Islands. Beautiful ship BIG enough that if u wanted to be alone you could.

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Post by andyz » Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:03 pm

We'are planning to go on Royal Caribbean cruise with our kids next month. It's gonna be unforgettable journey. I've already found info at http://thebestwalkietalkies.com/walkie- ... or-cruise/ about best walkie talkies for cruise and ordered Retevis H-777 for us on Amazon. They are great, walkie talkies much easier to use than phone. Especially in cruise where cell phone signal will be weak most of the time.


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Post by kidstarr69 » Mon Oct 15, 2018 7:09 pm

andyz wrote:We'are planning to go on Royal Caribbean cruise with our kids next month. It's gonna be unforgettable journey. I've already found info at http://thebestwalkietalkies.com/walkie- ... or-cruise/ about best walkie talkies for cruise and ordered Retevis H-777 for us on Amazon. They are great, walkie talkies much easier to use than phone. Especially in cruise where cell phone signal will be weak most of the time.
Well I think a cheap set of Walkie Talkie for kids will also work. They have a good range, battery life and also durable. You can get yourself a set of walkie talkie from here

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Post by Estéema » Tue Nov 13, 2018 2:09 pm

I don’t enjoy Star Cruise firstly bcoz of the type of crowd, the mainly XXXXXXX passengers & the cabin size are small compared to Royal Carribean cruises. The bath space can hardly turn tho I’m quite slim. Not for me.

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Post by LucyL » Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:28 am

I have recently booked a cruise round the Greek Islands with Royal Caribbean on the Grandeur of the seas. Has anyone been on this ship and give me some advice on dress etc

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Post by growie » Tue Mar 05, 2019 8:52 pm

Can someone help with my queries on sailing with Voyagers of the sea?
1) Do you need to complete online checkin or can you do it on the actual sailing day? Is it tedious and time consuming with Long queues ?

2) On disembarkation day, do you need to leave your luggage outside your room as indicated in the instructions? Can we take charge of our own luggage bags like what it used to be in star cruises?

3) how many inclusive dining areas are there besides Windjammer ?

4) Do you need to book to play the mini Golf on board? Is there any staff in charge there?

Thanks in advance to kind parents who have had experience sailing with RC to help us with these queries.

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Post by Travis50432 » Fri Mar 08, 2019 2:45 pm

We were last year in Phuket. The trip itself is very short, the whole cost depends on the person himself. I also think that it’s better not to go with children.

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