6 Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Tips You Need to Know

Royal Caribbean is one of the most popular cruise lines in the world, famous for their mega-ships which boast everything from zip lines and ice rinks to parks and bumper cars. Everyone wants to make the most of their time at sea, so to help you have the most incredible cruise of your life, here are 6 Royal Caribbean Cruise Line tips you need to know.

Tips for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Holiday

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Royal Caribbean owns some of the very best cruise liners

1. Don’t forget to check-in online

When you’re sailing with Royal Caribbean, it’s obligatory to check-in online no later than 3 days before your sailing date. You wouldn’t want to be turned away at the port, so mark the date on your calendar!

2. Reserve tables in advance

If you’re dying to try the amazing speciality restaurants onboard, avoid disappointment by reserving your table in advance before you go. Just log into the Royal Caribbean Cruise website after you’ve purchased your speciality dining package and make your reservations online. Here are some other dining secrets the cruise lines won’t tell you.

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Make sure you pack everything you need to fully enjoy the ship

3. Think about onboard activities when packing

Royal Caribbean cruise ships are brimming with so many amazing things to do. It would be terrible if you had to miss out because you hadn’t packed appropriately! If you want to go ice skating, pack trousers, socks and a jumper. If you want to go rock climbing, take sturdy trainers. You get the idea. Here’s some more advice on how to pack for a cruise.

4. Bring wine with you

If you’re a wine lover on a budget, bring a couple of bottles with you. Royal Caribbean lets you bring 2 750ml-bottles of wine or champagne onboard on embarkation day which you can drink in your stateroom at no additional cost. But if you’d like it served in a restaurant or bar, you’ll be charged a $25 corkage fee. Here are more ways to save money on onboard drinks.

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Enjoy the facilities onboard when everyone’s in port

5. Split your port days in half

Royal Caribbean Cruise caters to families, which means the pools fill up really quickly and lines for children’s activities can be very long. Get around these problems by staying on the ship during the morning you’re in port. Most people with young children explore the area in the morning and return to the ship in the afternoon. If you do it the other way around, you’ll have the ship almost all to yourself until lunchtime!

6. Become a Crown & Anchor member

As soon as you get home, jump on the computer and sign up for Royal Caribbean’s Crown & Anchor membership. This exclusive club is only available to people who’ve previously cruised with Royal Caribbean and it opens up a world of benefits to you – from discounts on cruises and onboard activities to special gifts and VIP treatment.

About Nicola Quinn

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Nicola is a travel and food writer living in the Canary Islands who loves exploring far-off places, pushing herself to the limit and trying local eats wherever she goes.

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