Friday, April 12, 2013

Royal Caribbean Cruise Promotion 2013: 50 percent savings for third and forth guests

Norwegian and American cruise line Royal Caribbean International announced that it is offering significantly reduced third and forth dare offer for cruise vacations for new U.S. and Canadian bookings made from April 10th to May 10th 2013. The reduced third- and fourth-guest fares offer vacationers up to 50 percent savings for sailings departing on Sept. 1 through Dec. 31, 2013. Cheap third- and fourth-cruise guest fares start at $99 per guest for three-night Bahamas cruises and $199 per guest on four- to seven-night Bahamas, Bermuda, Caribbean and Europe cruises.

Royal Caribbean International controls a 17% share of the world cruise market with its 21 cruise ships, calling on more than 270 destinations in 72 countries across six continents. The line also offers unique cruise tour land packages in Alaska, Canada, Europe, and Australia and New Zealand.

Additional to savings for third and forth guests, Royal Caribbean International is offering its valued travel agents more tools as part of the cruise line’s ongoing Loyal to You Always commitment to supporting them in growing their business and increasing profits. For all new U.S. and Canadian groups created from Apr. 8 through 21, 2013, aboard any Royal Caribbean sailing departing from Jan. 1 through Apr. 30, 2014, travel agents will earn two bonus Group Amenities Plus (GAP) points to add more value to their clients’ vacation. Travel agents can apply the GAP points toward additional stateroom amenities, such a bottle of sparkling wine, a welcome aboard fruit basket, robes to use on their cruise and more, to help secure a booking; recognize loyal clients; or acquire repeat business. Additional restrictions may apply. For more information about the Bonus GAP offer, travel agents should visit, the online portal dedicated to providing the most comprehensive tools and information for travel professionals selling Royal Caribbean International.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Promotion
Royal Caribbean International owns 21 ships including the largest cruise ship ever built,
Allure of the Seas 

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