Royal Caribbean rejigs 2014 program

Royal Caribbean rejigs 2014 program
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Royal Caribbean has re-shaped its 2013/14 Australian season with the cruise line replacing two cruises to New Zealand and Queensland with voyages to the South Pacific.

A ‘sampler' cruise has also been added.

The company said the alterations to the program follow "unprecedented demand" for the Pacific and for shorter itineraries.

The changes see a 14-night New Zealand cruise on Voyager of the Seas, due to depart on January 10, replaced with a three night ‘cruise to nowhere' followed by an 11-night trip to Fiji and New Caledonia.

An 11-night Rhapsody of the Seas voyage to Queensland, departing Sydney on February 11, has also been axed and replaced with a South Pacific sailing, calling at Noumea, Mare and Isle of Pines, New Caledonia, Luganville and Vanuatu.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Australia commercial director Adam Armstrong said passengers booked on the cancelled itineraries will be offered alternative voyages.

Email the Travel Weekly team at traveldesk@travelweekly.com.au

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