Royal Caribbean offers more cruises in Southeast Asia

Royal Caribbean International’s Mariner of the Seas will be returning to Southeast Asia a month earlier, adding 10 round-trip sailings from Singapore in September 2017.

The cruise brand’s presence in the region will receive another boost with Voyager of the Seas’ first winter/spring season from Singapore in October 2018, bringing more capacity to the region as she swaps places with sister ship Mariner of the Seas.

The 3,807-guest Mariner of the Seas will be returning to Singapore on September 10 for her 2017/18 season with sales for her new September cruises now open.

They include the nine-night one-way cruise from Shanghai to Singapore on September 1 with calls at Xiamen and Ho Chi Minh City, plus an overnight in Hong Kong which coincides with the Singapore one-week school holidays; and a mix of three- to five-night South-east Asian itineraries.

The ship will be deployed to Miami, Florida, in April 2018, after having home ported year-round in Asia out of Singapore and China since 2013.

The 4,269-guest Voyager of the Seas is expected to bring several thousands more tourists to Southeast Asia’s ports for her 2018/19 winter/spring season.  Voyager of the Seas comes with more staterooms and revitalised features such as the FlowRider surf simulator, virtual balcony interior staterooms and added specialty restaurants.

Itineraries will be revealed later when the season opens for sale.

Both Voyager Class ships come with an ice skating rink, a full-sized sports court, DreamWorks Entertainment and a variety of complimentary and specialty restaurants.

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