What’s on your client’s bucket list? If the answer is Alaska, Europe or the Caribbean, this is your sign to book them on a Royal Caribbean cruise ASAP. Right now, the cruise line is offering 30 percent off ever guest and Kids Sail Free deals when you book now through February 28 (blackout dates and exclusions apply). In addition, Royal Caribbean has flash deals going on with perks like pre-cruise discounts on WiFi, beverage and dining, shore excursions, instant savings and more.
And Royal Caribbean is adding on to all these goodies with a Wave Season bonus commission for travel advisors who book eligible Alaska or Europe sailings departing this year or in 2024. Enter the promo code PARTNERS when you book—this is a limited-time offer and only valid through February 17 (exclusions apply).
“We are experiencing a record-breaking WAVE season this year driven by strong demand and increased anticipation to cruise from both our loyal guests and travelers new to cruising,” said Vicki Freed, senior v.p., sales, trade support and service, Royal Caribbean International, in a press statement. “What better way to celebrate this exciting time than to show extra appreciation to our loyal travel partners with a special booking incentive to put even more dollars in their pocket. Thank you for your dedication and entrusting us to deliver memorable vacations to your clients. Last year we set more than three all-time booking records in our 53-year history and the momentum continues into early 2023. From introducing Wonder of the Seas, to revealing Icon of the Seas, the first-of-its-kind combination of the best of every vacation, and as we get ready to expand our private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay, the excitement to vacation with Royal Caribbean International has skyrocketed.”
Bucket List Cruises on Royal Caribbean
Royal Caribbean has 6- and 7-night Alaska cruises that will take clients to the Hubbard Glacier, Ketchikan, Juneau, the famed Inside Passage and other jaw-dropping northern destinations on one-way voyages from Seward, Alaska to Vancouver, BC, or round-trip departing from Vancouver or Seattle, Washington. The line’s European travels will take your clients on 2- to 7-night jaunts to Italy, Greece, Spain, France and Portugal, as well as the British Isles, the Baltic Sea and Scandinavia, among others.
Beyond this year’s crop of Caribbean cruises, for 2024 and 2025, the line has year-long and summer Caribbean cruises on 9 different ships, so there’s plenty to choose from for even your finickier clients. Ships include Icon of the Seas, sailing from Miami; Symphony of the Seas, sailing from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, New Jersey; Freedom of the Seas leaving from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and Harmony of the Seas, departing from the lines’s new net-zero terminal in Galveston, Texas. Those cruises will visit more than 20 destinations, including Roatan, Honduras; Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; Falmouth, Jamaica; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; Philipsburg, St. Maarten and more.
For more information, visit royalcaribbean.com.