Royal Caribbean

Our Guests rated Royal Caribbean
Total Reviews: 14

26 ships

Australia & New Zealand, Hawaii, Caribbean & South Pacific

Innovative Experiences at Sea

It's no coincidence that Royal Caribbean is consistently voted Australia's Best Cruise Line. Royal Caribbean pushes the boundaries of imagination to deliver unbelievable experiences at sea. With some incredible new features on its industry leading ships, they are pushing cruising to the next level. Welcoming some new and exciting ships to its fleet, Royal Caribbean continues to be a passenger favourite which isn't looking like changing anytime soon.

Popular Royal Caribbean Cruises from Sydney and Brisbane include those to the Pacific Islands (Fiji, Vanuatu, Noumea), New Zealand, and up the Queensland coastline. Smaller sampler cruises are also run by RCI including short cruises to Melbourne and Hobart. A Transpacific itinerary takes you from Sydney to Bora Bora and Honolulu Hawaii. With so many Australian and International destinations in their itineraries there are numerous options for your next cruising holiday.

Check back regularly for Cruises on Sale or join our mailing list to keep in the loop on the best deals and specials promoted throughout the year. Search our sale finder for more information on the many options for your required dates.

Entertainment & Dining

Entertainment onboard may include specactual broadway style musicals, aerial acrobatics, ice skating shows or plain old simple live music. You'll discover a variety of entertainment options with some the best industry performers.

New features on Royal Caribbean Ships include the "Flowrider" surf simulator, a Sky Diving Simulator, and the "North Star" where you'll be perched above the boat witnessing 360 degree views of the sea and surrounds. Of course, don't forget an abundance of Pools, Fitness Centres, Adults only Solarium's, Ice Skating Rinks, and Rock Climbing facilities.

Dining onboard is a pleasure with up to 13 spectacular dining options at hand serving locally sourced produce prepared by experienced chefs. Everybody is catered for with options from the main dining room to a selection of specialty restaurants to suit all tastes.



Alison Searle travelled on Ovation of the Seas in December, 2019 and left the following Royal Caribbean review:

An absolutely amazing vessel with amazing staff. So much to do and so much was included in our fair. We never ran out of things to do. You can do as much and as little as you like. The option to pay all your excursions and extra entertainment, dinning and drinks packages up front. Is absolutely amazing we had no nasty surprises at the end of our trip. It was an awesome feeling boarding the...
Sheree Tautu travelled on Jewel Of The Seas in May, 2019 and left the following Royal Caribbean review:

Overall we were happy and pleased with the cruise on the Jewel. A few things that would make this cruise amazing would be the beds. Our cabins were in level 4 do we know they were the cheap cabins. Rooms beautiful and spacious but he bed was horrible so hard and uncomfortable I actually got a sore back on the bed and tried different ways to sleep even opting to have the sofa cushion as an added...
Elizabeth tomlin travelled on Ovation of the Seas in February, 2019 and left the following Royal Caribbean review:

The ship, the entertainment, the food, the staff, everything was 100%. But after 5 days - passengers started to fall ill. 72% of our group returned home with influenza A. A reportable illness. Personally, eleven days after I went down I’m still not better. Not sure wether this is to do with hygiene, air conditioning, or other source...... but our collective holidays were ruined. What a waste of...
richard travelled on Explorer Of The Seas in February, 2019 and left the following Royal Caribbean review:

had a wonderful time
Tuyen Tran travelled on in March, 2018 and left the following Royal Caribbean review:

There is marvelous cruise, it's huge, a lots of activities for entertainment, crew members are fantastic, foods are great, a lots of choices. I would love to come back again.

Frequently Asked Questions


Royal Caribbean has announced Serenade of the Seas is set to call Sydney home in 2020. The
Looking to sail the World's Largest Cruise ship and have your own personal playground? No more
Royal Caribbean Productions has announced its schedule of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane


  • Best for Families / Entertainment / Suites
    Cruise Critic Editors Picks
  • Best Cruise Line Overall
    Readers Digest Choice Awards
  • Best Ship "Allure of the Seas"
    Readers Digest Choice Awards