How to Find Royal Caribbean Cruises


Visit Royal Caribbean's website. You can plan all the details of your cruise, when and where to go, as well as what type of accommodation you want. You can even pay for your cruise at this website.


Click "Search For A Cruise." You'll then have two options. If you don't have anything specific in mind and want an overview of your options, click on "Cruise Calendar." This brings you to a color-coded map showing what month(s) cruises will be in different areas of the world. Click on the square corresponding to the month and destination you want. You'll see all available cruises during that span of time. If you know more specifically what you're looking for, click "Advanced Search" instead.


Fill in any of the information that you know, such as how many days, destination, month, ship, price, departure port, currency and cruise package type. Also, check the boxes at the bottom if you are 55 or older, in the U.S. military or Canadian forces, are a U.S. or Canadian law enforcement officer, EMT or firefighter, because you might be eligible for discounts. Then click "Search." The search engine will provide all results matching your search criteria. Browse through them for the crusie you want.

Royal Caribbean International has 22 ships that visit more than 261 ports worldwide. The ships come equipped with a variety of entertainment from various physical activities. Climb a 30-foot rock wall. Ride a surf simulator. Visit a casino. Go shopping. You can do all of these things on board a cruise ship, and there's eve more to do at onshore destinations during your cruise.