Save money on your next cruise with Royal Caribbean.
Royal Caribbean is currently offering 60% off the cruise fare for the second guest booked in the same stateroom as the first full-fare paying guest, plus 30% off the cruise fare for additional guests booked in the same stateroom.
They are also offering instant savings of up to $100 per stateroom determined by category booked and sailing length: On sailings 5 nights or less, $25 savings for Interior and Ocean View, $50 for Balconies and $75 for Suites; on sailing 6 nights or longer, $50 savings for Interior and Ocean View, $75 for Balconies and $100 for Suites.
To get these special offers, your cruise must be booked between October 1– 6, 2018 for sailings departing on or after November 1, 2018.
We’ve listed some great deals on Royal Caribbean Cruises from Miami below.
- January 13, 2019 – 5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise Aboard the Royal Caribbean Jewel of the Seas – from $337/night
- January 13, 2019 – 7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise Aboard the Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas – from $544/night
- January 21, 2019 – 6 Night Cuba Cruise Aboard the Royal Caribbean Empress of the Seas – from $445/night
- January 30, 2019 – 5 Night Western Caribbean Cruise Aboard the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas – from $410/night
How about a short cruise to the Bahamas this month?
These short cruises provide a nice quick getaway and are a fun opportunity to try out an upgraded cabin. The Carnival Victory has Balcony Cabins available for $110 to $116 a night and Suites for $160 to $166 a night. Right now, the Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas has Balcony Cabins priced at the same rate as Oceanview, so you might as well upgrade! If you’d like to splurge on a suite, the best price we saw for the Navigator of the Seas was $173 a night for the September 9, 16, and 30 departures on a 4 Night Bahamas Cruise to Nassau and Cococay.
If you don’t want to splurge on a cabin upgrade, economical Interior Cabins are available on both ships and average around $70 to $100 a night. Continue reading
Carnival launched their latest ship on August 29th, but it wasn’t to sort of ship you’d expect from the cruise industry giant. Instead of taking to the seas, this ship takes to the skies.
The Carnival AirShip is a 128-foot blimp that is undertaking a 30-day tour of the southeastern U.S..
The blimp is part of a September marketing plan that includes a fundraising element for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Continue reading