The first ever Tiffany & Co. store is now onboard Oasis of the Seas. Guests can spend their money on amazing jewelry pieces including engagement rings and the recently introduced Tiffany T and Atlas collections, as well as Swiss made CT60 watches.
The new boutique is located in the Central Park neighborhood which is a relaxing area with outside walkways, dining areas and now Tiffany & Co. will extend 875 square feet and feature meticulous attention to detail and noble materials, including marble, glossy lacquers, polished metals, cerused walnut paneling, velvet drapery and upholstered walls.
Luciano Rodembusch, vice president of Tiffany & Co. Latin America said:
“We are delighted that Royal Caribbean guests will now have the opportunity to explore Tiffany’s legendary collections in an environment of luxury and service that is unique among the world’s premier jewelers. For 178 years we have been creating the most beautiful love stories and Oasis of the Seas offers a unique and memorable setting.”
The famous Jewelry company which was founded in New York in 1837 will offer the same feeling of its land stores to its new store on Oasis of the Seas. Purchasing jewelry from Tiffany & Co. will make some amazing moments and sea for many of the cruise lines guests.
Mark Tamis, senior vice president of Hotel Operations, Royal Caribbean International said:
“Nothing can compare to the Oasis-class vacation experience, a testament to Royal Caribbean’s 40 year legacy of innovation. Tiffany & Co. is a distinguished global luxury brand and having a boutique on board will truly enrich the premium onboard experience for our guests. From surprising your loved one with a timeless keepsake to popping the question with the perfect engagement ring, what better way to remember a cruise adventure of a lifetime.”
Guests can sail on the world’s largest ship – the Caribbean’s most innovative – on seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries from Port Everglades in Ft. Lauderdale. In fall 2016, Oasis of the Seaswill begin sailing from Port Canaveral, alternating a seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itinerary.