Royal Caribbean International has announced a new TV campaign and partnership with Channel Seven’s My Kitchen Rules. The campaign will showcase the dining available on Royal Caribbean’s world class ships alongside the outstanding meals created on the highly rated show; as well as introduce some of the cruise line’s passionate crew.
To celebrate, Royal Caribbean will also launch a special Wine & Dine promotion, offering guests a free premium beverage package and free pre-paid gratuities for two*.
“My Kitchen Rules is the perfect fit for us because at Royal Caribbean International, we pride ourselves on our range of world class dining options onboard all of our ships. Just as cuisine from around the world is featured on the show, from innovative Japanese to family style Italian, festive Mexican to fine dining American grill houses – the food is international and there is something for everyone onboard a Royal Caribbean ship,” said Sean Treacy, commercial director, Royal Caribbean Australia.
Launching today, Royal Caribbean’s “Wine & Dine” promotion is the first of its kind for the cruise brand. Guests who book before 11 April 2015 will enjoy a free premium beverage package for two, valued at up to $1,026, as well as free pre-paid gratuities for two people. In addition, Balcony or Suite bookings for the local 2015/16 Australian season will also receive a bonus US$200 spending money per stateroom. The offer includes all new bookings on Australian sailings departing between 21 September 2015 and 28 April 2016 and on worldwide sailings* departing after 15 May 2015 of five-nights or longer.
Fares start from $1,799 for a 10-night sailing from Singapore to Fremantle departing 3 November 2015 onboard Australia’s newest ship Explorer of the Seas, calling at Port Klang and Langkawi in Malaysia and Phuket in Thailand, and offering over six different restaurants for guests to choose from.
Onboard all Royal Caribbean ships, guests will experience a wide range of dining choices that vary in style, atmosphere and cuisine, depending on your mood. There are restaurants for romance, family-style cafes and even formal, fine-dining. Depending on the ship, travellers can choose Italian, Japanese, American steakhouse, Brazilian and Mexican cuisine, alongside family favourites such as a 50’s style diner and an ice cream parlour.
For the first time, in the 2015/16 season, Royal Caribbean International will homeport four superliners in Australia when Voyager of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas are joined by recently revitalised Explorer of the Seas in Sydney, and the first Royal Caribbean ship to be based in Brisbane – Legend of the Seas – increasing total capacity by almost 50 percent.