Royal Caribbean is at it again! Everything the cruise liners has done in recent weeks is big, and now they have their sights set on Canada.
Explorer of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas will each sail seven-night itineraries that bring the awe-inspiring Alaskan seascape to life and the state’s rugged mysterious interior within reach to become real world adventures.
Explorer of the Seas has been hit by a gastro outbreak while cruising 14 Night New Zealand voyage
Local news in New Zealand is reporting, Explorer of the Seas has been delayed due to a death onboard
A large wave has apparently hit Royal Caribbeans Explorer of the Seas cruise ship which has caused damage the the vessels lifeboats.
A recently formed Tropical Storm is threatening many popular cruise destinations and ports in the eastern Caribbean. Cruise ships have also started to change itineraries to stay away from the storm.
Royal Caribbean have announced that Explorer of the Seas will begin sailing from Southampton in the UK in summer 2015. This will be the first time the ship has done a European season. The cruise line previously announced that Adventure of the Seas would sail from Southampton in 2015 but
If you’ve been following the developments from Cruise Hive on the Norovirus which had hit Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas then the good news is that the ship has now arrived back to its home port in New Jersey and all passengers have now disembarked. Here’s a statement from
Royal Caribbean probably can’t wait for the current Explorer of the Seas cruise to be over along with the 622 passengers and 50 crew members who have the gastrointestinal illness which is also known as Norovirus. On Wednesday the ship will arrive at its home port in New Jersey two days