Buffet Not Going Anywhere at Royal Caribbean

“We will continue to have a buffet at Royal Caribbean,” commented Linken D’Souza, vice president of food and beverage operations, on a recent webinar aimed at travel agents. The company’s iconic Windjammer venue, however, could look a bit different across the 26-ship Royal Caribbean International fleet. Scenarios, said D’Souza, range from employee service to individual portions toContinue reading “Buffet Not Going Anywhere at Royal Caribbean”

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Royal Caribbean completes Oasis of the Seas makeover

The Oasis of the Seas now features the Perfect Storm trio of waterslides. Photo Credit: Tom Stieghorst Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas is ready to begin its Caribbean season from Miami, fresh off of a 53-day drydock in Cadiz, Spain. The 10-year-old ship received $165 million in refurbishments and improvements, including many elements thatContinue reading “Royal Caribbean completes Oasis of the Seas makeover”

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Royal Caribbean: New Experiences at Sea and on Land

Introducing the Symphony of the Seas in the North American market in November, Royal Caribbean International President Michael Bayley said that the features on the new ship will be introduced on the 2009-built Oasis, the first ship in the class, when she goes into a two-month drydock in Europe this year, and then on theContinue reading “Royal Caribbean: New Experiences at Sea and on Land”

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