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Royal Caribbean International, the cruise line that delivers the
"Wow!" and the one that put a surfing simulator,
rock-climbing walls, ice-skating rinks and other innovative
amenities on cruise ships. Whether you've sailed with us before or
have just seen our commercials on TV, you may have the sense that
we're not your average cruise line.
With more than 170 destinations worldwide and an amazing array of
exciting shore excursions and cruisetour options, Royal Caribbean
International reaches out to vacationers eager to try something new
- whether it's glacier-trekking in Alaska, cave-tubing in Belize or
biking through the vineyards of Dubrovnik, Croatia.
As the "Get Out There" cruise vacation alternative, Royal
Caribbean ships offer itineraries, activities and amenities designed
to appeal to every taste, energy level and age group giving our
guests the opportunity to create their own adventure. Our guests
seem to agree with our philosophy: Royal Caribbean's Crown &
Anchor customer loyalty program recently enrolled its four millionth
In May 2006, Royal Caribbean welcomed, Freedom of the Seas to
their fleet. As the world's largest and most innovative ship,
Freedom of the Seas is the first of their Freedom-class of ships
featuring signature-class amenities such as the FlowRider surfing
simulator, a 14-person family suite and cantilevered whirlpools
suspended 112 feet above the sea. In 2007,her sister ship, Liberty
of the Seas, joined the fleet with the next Freedom-class ship to
arrive in 2008.
Our ships, destinations and amenities aren't the only reasons why
Royal Caribbean is a great cruise line.
Royal Caribbean delivers Gold Anchor Service to their guests and
travel partners every day. Not only that, but wherever they go,
whatever they do, they take their values with them. They know that
their acceptance in the communities they call home and the ports
they visit depends on living up to high standards of corporate
citizenship. For that reason, Royal Caribbean invests in community
organizations and initiatives to enhance the quality of life in
communities all over the world.
Second only to its people is their commitment to the environment.
Royal Caribbean International has implemented stringent
environmental practices and procedures that help preserve the
world's oceans. The company created the Ocean Fund, which supports
marine conservation organizations in their efforts to preserve the
ecosystems of the world's oceans. Since the fund began in 1996,
Royal Caribbean awarded almost $7.1 million to 52 organizations
involved in marine conservation research, education and innovative