Royal Caribbean to take over Streets Beach this Saturday

Royal Caribbean to take over Streets Beach this Saturday

Royal Caribbean International is set to bring its cruise experience to Brisbane via a takeover of the city’s inner oasis, Streets Beach.

On Saturday 15 April, Streets Beach will transform into the Royal Caribbean Beach Club, offering Queenslanders an opportunity to “Holiday in Every Way” and enjoy a taster of the cruise line’s adventures only found on board Quantum of the Seas.

The Royal Caribbean Beach Club will showcase the largest cruise ship sand sculpture to ever be produced in Australia, an interactive photo wall, cruise giveaways, plus a DJ to create the ultimate beach club vibes – there’ll be something for everyone, offering up the perfect combination of adventure and relaxation.

In addition, Flight Centre will be on site offering an exclusive 15 percent off deal for beach goers to book their next holiday on Quantum of the Seas, to visit destinations including the Queensland
Brisbane Welcomes the Royal Caribbean Beach Club to Streets Beach Coast and the South Pacific.

“The Royal Caribbean Beach Club will enable Queenslanders to immerse themselves in the possibilities of what is possible on a Royal Caribbean cruise. Streets Beach will become a place to discover more about the ultimate family holiday and get a taste of why cruising with Royal is like none other,” VP, MD Royal Caribbean International AUNZ, Gavin Smith, said.

Quantum of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s most innovative ship to come to Australian shores. Over the past six months, she’s welcomed over 100,000 guests onboard, with nearly two-thirds from Queensland. We’re excited to be bringing the Royal experience to Brisbane through this unforgettable event.”

Royal Caribbean kicked off its first season in Brisbane Australia with Quantum of the Seas (Royal Caribbean)

To unveil the Royal Caribbean Beach Club, the cruise line has partnered with radio personality, cruise convert and Queenslander, Emily Jade O’Keeffe, who said she can’t wait to bring her family down to the Royal Caribbean Beach Club.

“Last Christmas, my festive cruise with Royal Caribbean was a family highlight we will never forget. Quantum of the Seas delivered one of the best family holidays ever, with delicious dining options, show-stopping entertainment, unforgettable activities for all ages, and caring and helpful staff,” O’Keeffe said.

“My kids loved spending quality time with just our little family unit, hanging ten on the FlowRider and indoor skydiving with iFLY. Royal Caribbean Beach Club will be an enjoyable day out for the whole family and a memory-making way to experience the excitement of a cruise.”

Queensland locals, and visitors alike, are encouraged to come down to Streets Beach from 9:00am on Saturday 15 April, to experience the Royal Caribbean Beach Club. There’s also the opportunity to win one of four incredible family cruise holidays to the South Pacific worth $3,999.

All visitors have to do is scan the onsite QR code, answer the competition question and submit their contact details.

Featured Image: Streets Beach in South Bank Parkland (iStock/mvaligursky)

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