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Our collection of online deals and special offers, including the Royal Caribbean promo code for 2023/2024, is your way to save on a luxurious cruise, be it around the Med in summer or to the pearly white beaches of the Caribbean for some winter sun.

Latest Royal Caribbean promo code & discount cruise offers for 2023/2024
Latest Royal Caribbean promo code & discount cruise offers for 2023/2024

Latest Royal Caribbean promo codes & offers for cruises in 2023/2024

From savings on faraway adventures to discounts and extras onboard, the latest special offers from Royal Caribbean could help you cut the cost when booking your next cruise. Check out the latest online offers below, and remember that deals do change so book early to avoid disappointment.

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  • Including on board spend & early bird discounts
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Why book with Royal Caribbean?

Royal Caribbean is an award winning cruise line, which has long taken passengers around the world in its fleet of stylish cruises ships. Founded in in Norway in 1969, Royal Caribbean is now based in Miami, Florida, and offers a number of itineraries that depart from Southampton for UK travellers.

It promises 'an upgrade on ordinary' when you book your cruise, and with 25 ships travelling to more than 270 destinations worldwide, it's not hard to see why.

What's included with your Royal Caribbean booking?

Think all inclusive holiday - and so much more. When you book your cruise with Royal Caribbean the price you pay includes everything from your room and meals, to entertainment such as famous shows and live performances, spa and gym access, and a huge range of onboard activities.

These activities vary depending on the ship however, you can expect to enjoy anything from zip lining and outdoor cinemas, to casinos, surfing on the FlowRider, splashing about in the H2O Zone, kids' clubs, Teen Zones, and so much more.

Kids enjoying Splashaway Bay onboard Liberty of the Seas © Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
Kids enjoying Splashaway Bay onboard Liberty of the Seas © Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

While drinks such as coffee, tea, juice and water are included, alcoholic drinks can be added to your package in a one off payment.

Shore excursions, such a day trips exploring your destination, and specialist activities like surfing lessons or canoeing, can also be purchased, while spa treatments and retail therapy at the wide selection of designer shops provide alternative ways to unwind.

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Royal Caribbean Cruises from Southampton

Royal Caribbean offers a diverse range of itineraries, which promise to take you far and wide from the UK, from three to 25 nights.

Three ships are set to call at Southampton in 2023/2024 before heading to the likes of the Med and Caribbean. Click on the ships listed below to view all Royal Caribbean cruises from Southampton:

  • Harmony of the Seas
  • Independence of the Seas
  • Navigator of the Seas

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Destinations with Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean proudly serves more than 270 destinations around the globe. From the fjords of Norway and the scenic Greek islands, to huge international ports such as Dubai, Rio de Janeiro, and Singapore, it would be very hard for Royal Caribbean not to float your boat with its impressive selection of itineraries and destinations.

Allure of the Seas at port in Nassua, Bahamas © Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
Allure of the Seas in Nassau, Bahamas © Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.


Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, India - just a few of the fabulous countries you can visit on any number of Royal Caribbean's cruises in Asia.

You can book anything from two to 18 nights, and whether you're tempted by the Exotic Asia itinerary or the likes of more specific routes such as the Best of Nagasaki.

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Australia & New Zealand

Absorb the highlights of Australia, New Zealand and everything in between with Royal Caribbean's selection of dedicated cruises in the region.

From the iconic Sydney Opera House to terrific Tasmania, the tropical island of Fiji, and the pick of New Zealand's north and south islands, there's so much waiting to be explored and enjoyed in Oceania.

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Bahamas & Bermuda

Not exactly a hard sell, Royal Caribbean's Bahama and Bermuda cruises offer much more than simply stunning islands and true blue waters. Cruise highlights include destinations such as Florida and even New Jersey as well, with the Statue of Liberty ready to welcome you into New York in style.

Of course, there's plenty time for swimming, snorkelling, a round or two of golf, and exploring historic forts and colonial towns too.

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Canada & Alaska

Glaciers, bears, whales, and mind blowingly spectacular scenery are just some of the sights you will see on cruise to Canada and/or Alaska with Royal Caribbean.

Other notable stops include the cosmopolitan city of Vancouver, the history city of Quebec, and incredibly opportunities to get out and about hiking in the wilderness. Make the most of these adventurous cruises by booking yours with a Royal Caribbean discount, and you could save on your next big overseas trip.

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With more idyllic beaches and swimming opportunities than you can shake a stick at, the Caribbean is a natural fit for Royal Caribbean cruises, and offers no end of fun and adventure for those who want it, and relaxation for those after that.

Whether you shoot down the Dragon's Breath zip line in Haiti, don your explorer's hat in ancient Cozumel in Mexico, or simply take the weight off in Antigua, there's a Caribbean cruise for you.

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Hop on a cruise in Dubai, and not only will you be able to live the high life in the Middle East's most luxurious city, you'll soon be sampling the delights found in destinations such as neighbouring Abu Dhabi, the capital city of Muscat and stunning peninsula of Khasab in Oman, and the oh-so Mediterranean vibe of Haifa, Israel.

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For a slice of sunshine close to home, a Mediterranean cruise i a must. Whatever you're interested in, from historic ruins and ancient cities, to modern malls and cosmopolitan centres, Royal Caribbean's range of Mediterranean cruises will have something for you.

Itinerary highlights include the Mediterranean Beaches tour of destinations in France and Spain, while Greece & the Adriatic route takes in Athens along with Venice and sights in Croatia.

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Northern Europe

For cruises bursting with culture and intrigue, you can't go wrong with one of Royal Caribbean's northern Europe itineraries.

From the shores of Scandinavia, and Russia to Estonia, Ireland, Poland and more, a cruise in northern Europe is one captivating journey you do not want to miss. Book your spot on an unforgettable tour of some of Europe's most beautiful coastline.

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Ocean voyages

An ocean crossing is a trip of a lifetime, one you're sure to treasure and never forget as you wing your way around the globe, be it from the Copenhagen to Boston, the Canaries to Florida, Sydney to Hawaii, for example.

As well as ensuring you have everything you need during your time at sea, ocean crossings combine stops at some fascinating spots that you would otherwise not necessarily experience, from the Azores and Iceland to the Faroe islands.

Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas © Roderick Eime - Flickr Creative Commons
Royal Caribbean's Mariner of the Seas © Roderick Eime - Flickr Creative Commons

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Royal Caribbean cruise ships

Royal Caribbean has no less than 25 state of the art cruise ships with every luxury you could imagine on board. The fleet is made up of eight different classes, or types, of ship, every class with its own character, be it in relation to size, facilities or destinations covered.

Find out more about the Royal Caribbean ships and their classes, and pick your ideal home from home on the high seas.

Empress class

The Empress class is currently limited to one ship only, the Empress of the Seas, which has been reincarnated and added to the schedule for Royal Caribbean's 2023/2024 cruise itineraries.

The Empress is smaller and more intimate than some of Royal Caribbean's enormous cruise ships, with nine passenger decks and a special focus on destinations around the Caribbean and Florida.

  • Empress of the Seas

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Freedom class

Freedom class ships were, until 2009, the largest cruise liners in the world stretching nearly 400 metres in length with 18 decks and a capacity of more than 4,000 passengers.

All Freedom ships include facilities such as an ice skating rink, basketball court, and even mini-golf while some new features which have been added subsequently include the thrilling FlowRider surf simulator, H2O Zone kids' water park, and, for those with a head for heights, hot tubs protruding from the side of the ship.

  • Freedom of the Seas - Caribbean
  • Independence of the Seas - Caribbean, Europe
  • Liberty of the Seas - Caribbean

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Oasis class

Oasis ships stole the title of world's largest cruise ship from the Freedom class of liners in 2009, when they launched with Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas.

Harmony of the Seas is the baby of the bunch, setting sail for this first time in 2016. Expect bucket loads of style and every facility you could wish for on board any Oasis class ship, including flumes, a zip line, shopping mall and more.

The three Oasis liners can often be found in the Bahamas and other islands dotted around the Caribbean.

  • Allure of the Seas - Caribbean
  • Harmony of the Seas - Caribbean
  • Oasis of the Seas - Caribbean

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Quantum class

Royal Caribbean's Quantum class of ship is not only its newest but also a collection of the second largest cruise ships in the world. Quantum class ships include the latest technology and informed design with indoor swimming pools, retractable roofs, and the most modern of activities.

The 'North Star' observation pod is a spectacular addition; mounted on the end of a 41 metre crane, it whisks passengers high up and above for a real bird's eye view of the ship and the open ocean.

Other exciting activities exclusive to Quantum class ships include the RipCord by iFly skydiving simulator, and the SeaPlex arena, which can host anything from basketball and roller skating to dodgem style cars and trapeze school for those keen to learn something new.

Quantum class ships also specialise in a new form of dynamic dining, with consecutive restaurants instead of one main dining hall. Find out more the specific facilities onboard Quantum class ships below.

  • Anthem of the Seas - Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, Caribbean, USA
  • Ovation of the Seas - Asia, Australia, New Zealand
  • Quantum of the Seas - Asia

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Radiance class

Radiance class ships are a little special being both slightly more environmentally friendly running off gas turbine engines, and also built to be able to t sail through the Panama Canal.

Built between 2001 and 2004, the four Radiance class ships all boats plenty of space and light with large panoramic windows and even exterior glass lifts.

There are more than 700 staterooms with balconies, a variety of dining options and an outdoor pool, among other facilities. You can find out more about the Radiance class ships below.

  • Brilliance of the Seas - Caribbean, Europe
  • Jewel of the Seas - Caribbean, Europe
  • Radiance of the Seas - Alaska, Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific
  • Serenade of the Seas - Canada, Caribbean, USA

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Sovereign class

The Sovereign class has decreased in number over the years, and Majesty of the Seas the only original cast member remaining. They were the first so-called mega ships, converted ocean liners, to hit the waves.

Majesty, which was built in 1992 and is typically found in the Bahamas, has recently undergone a huge renovation to bring it up to date in terms of style, design and technology.

  • Majesty of the Seas - Bahamas

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Vision class

Vision ships are less a 'class' and more an extended family that originally consisted of three sets of sister ships totalling six, although now Royal Caribbean own and operate five.

Legend of the Seas is also the only Royal Caribbean ship with a golf course on board, so definitely one for those keen to practise their hole in one. Discover more about the Vision family of ships below.

  • Enchantment of the Seas - Bahamas
  • Grandeur of the Seas - Bermuda, Canada, Caribbean, USA
  • Legend of the Seas - Europe, Oceania
  • Rhapsody of the Seas - Caribbean, Greek Islands, Black Sea
  • Vision of the Seas -Caribbean, Europe

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Voyager class

The Voyager class of ships were, at the time they were built, the largest class of cruise liner out there. Launched between 1999 and 2003, they were real trend setters as the first ships to have facilities such as an ice rink, and Royal Caribbean's trademark Promenade, complete with shops, bars and cafes.

Each of the ships also has a basketball court, a minimum of three swimming pools, and a rock climbing wall among other activities. Browse individual ships below to find out more about what's on board.

  • Adventure of the Seas - Caribbean
  • Explorer of the Seas - Alaska, Oceania
  • Mariner of the Seas - Asia
  • Navigator of the Seas - Caribbean, Europe, Mediterranean
  • Voyager of the Seas - Asia, Australia

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Accommodation on board

Whether you choose a comfy interior room or a more lavish ocean view suite, you will not be disappointed with Royal Caribbean's accommodation options. You can count on carefully considered space with a contemporary feel. The standard room options available on all Royal Caribbean ships are:

  • interior room
  • ocean view rooms
  • balcony rooms
  • suites and deluxe rooms
  • accessible rooms

If you are cruising on an Oasis or Quantum class ship, which are the newest in the fleet, you can opt for mezzanine loft suites with separate dining, relaxing and sleeping areas.

For some serious luxury, you can't beat staying in the Royal Suite class, also exclusive to Oasis and Quantum ships, which includes stunning rooms, free drinks, wifi, and access to extras such as prime seating at shows and a private sun deck.

Families cruising on Quantum ships may consider a connected stateroom with shared balcony for convenience and privacy.

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Shore excursions with Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean has an extensive selection of shore excursions to choose from including kayaking and parasailing, foodie and city tours, helicopter rides, hikes, wildlife walks and so much more.

Fancy sampling dim sum in Hong Kong? No problem. What about biking up a volcano in Hawaii, a round of golf in one of Dubai's world class golf courses, or a guided snorkelling trip in Bermuda? Tick, tick, tick - and more.

All shore excursions are tailored specifically to your destination to help you get the most out of your time there. They are led by experts, and guaranteed to delight.

If the vast range of destinations and ships isn't enough to tempt you on board, perhaps the savings you can make with the current Royal Caribbean promo codes and special offers for 2023/2024 will do it. Check back before booking your next cruise as deals do change, and you don't want to miss out.

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Kirsten Henton

Kirsten Henton

Kirsten Henton is's editor. Kirsten writes, commissions and edits our travel features, liaising with our contributors and ensuring copy is spick-and-span. A member of the British Guild of Travel Writers, Kirsten also freelances writing articles on travel, history and the outdoors for titles such as Scotland Magazine and BBC Travel.

Updated on Thursday 7th December 2023

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