Royal Caribbean celebrates Wave season with consumer, trade promos
Royal Caribbean's Perfect Day at CocoCay

Royal Caribbean celebrates Wave season with consumer, trade promos

MIAMI — Royal Caribbean’s latest Wave season promotion has something for travellers and travel advisors too.

Clients planning their next bucket-list trip to Alaska, Europe or the Caribbean can take advantage of Royal Caribbean’s 30% off every guest and Kids Sail Free deals. The booking window is Feb. 1 – 28, 2023. Some blackout dates and exclusions apply.

Flash deals like US$550 instant savings and pre-cruise discounts on Wifi, beverage & dining, shore excursions and more are up for grabs, says the cruise line.

And as a bonus for travel partners, Royal Caribbean is offering extra commission on eligible Alaska or Europe sailings departing in 2023 and 2024.

Agents are asked to enter promo code PARTNERS at the time of booking to redeem this limited time offer, valid until Feb. 17, 2023 (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 Vice President, Sales, Trade Support and Service, Royal Caribbean International. “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.” 

Freed added this message to the cruise line’s travel advisor partners: “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.”


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