Royal Caribbean Cruises
Royal Caribbean cruises are probably the most well known cruise line. This is partly to do with Royal Caribbean’s innovation as far as on board activities and accommodations go. Royal Caribbean was the first cruise company to incorporate such onboard amenities as ice skating rinks and rock climbing walls.
Royal Caribbean cruises sail to more than 120 destinations around the world to a wide array of stunning locales and scenery. Their destinations include such exotic places as the Bahamas, Bermuda, Hawaii, South American and the Panama Canal, all kinds of small and romantic islands and closer retreats such as the Pacific Northwest.
I enjoyed my Pacific Northwest Royal Caribbean cruise very much. Though I had traveled to Seattle and Vancouver by plane and car before, it was completely different to experience these places from the sea side of things. I got to see all the little islands around Vancouver and up north more toward Whistler. I had no idea that the Pacific Northwest was just that beautiful, and the comforts of the cruise ship made everything that much more enjoyable.
I was able t leave the cruise ship nearly every day and explored many of the scenic towns and islands of the Pacific Northwest during my cruise on Royal Caribbean. I am definitely interested in taking another Royal Caribbean cruise to another destination.
My experience with Royal Caribbean was just wonderful. One of the nicest things about taking a cruise is that it’s like taking a multi-leg trip without having to book several different planes and sets of hotel accommodations. Everything is already taken care of. With a Royal Caribbean cruise all you have to do is show up, the rest is already done and all you have to do is take part in whichever activities sound the best to you.
Most days of my Pacific Northwest cruise I left the ship and explored various port stops. I went hiking and fishing and got a chance to do some sightseeing and shopping as well. Then there were a few days where I felt more like taking it easy and ended up lounging around in my room, reading and watching television. That’s why cruises are the best, you don’t haveto stick to your itinerary if you have a change of heart.
CruiseAlaska.com has specialized in Alaska cruises since 1996. CruiseAlaska.com is part of the CruiseShipCenters franchise system and is wholly owned by Paradise Cruise Center Ltd., established in 1987.
In 2004, we relocated our offices to downtown Vancouver at #400 - 1055 West Hastings Street where we are literally a block from Canada Place Pier where most cruise ships to Alaska arrive and depart daily during the Alaska cruise season from May to September.
We are also minutes away from the other major Vancouver port at Ballantyne Pier. While Alaska remains our specialty, we do book our international clients on cruises to worldwide destinations, such as the Caribbean, Europe, Mexico, and Asia.