Royal Caribbean launches kids’ places from £99pp on all cruises in summer 2021

Royal Caribbean is offering families discounts on cruise holidays next year, with the return of its popular ‘Kids Sail from £99pp’ offer.

The cruise line has launched the deal on ALL its summer 2021 cruises – even those that are set to sail during the peak summer season.

That includes both sailings from Southampton, as well as fly-cruise holidays.

The deals are already available to book on the Royal Caribbean website but you’ll need to do so by the 31st October 2020, when the sale ends.

The cruise line is renowned for having some incredible family-friendly ships.

We’re talking water parks complete with thrilling water slides, kids’ clubs with plenty of fun activities, bumper cars, skydiving simulators, ice cream parlours and plenty more.



Royal Caribbean is renowned for its family-friendly cruise ships

Meanwhile, parents can indulge thanks to the plethora of restaurants, pools and cocktail bars (some ships even have robot bartenders), not to mention the evening entertainment including West End style theatre shows.

The bookings in the sale will also fall under the company’s existing ‘Cruise with Confidence’ promise.

Due to the uncertainty during the pandemic, under this promise Royal Caribbean lets passengers cancel up to 48 hours before their sail date. Those who cancel will be given a future cruise credit.

The credit can be used on a cruise that is booked and departs on or before December 31, 2021 or 12 months from the cancellation (whichever is longer).

The promise applies to any existing bookings and new ones made by the 30th November 2020.

At the time of writing the Foreign Office advises Brits against cruise ship travel – you should check the latest FCDO cruise advice for more information.

As a result, a number of cruise lines have temporarily suspended operations. Royal Caribbean currently has suspended sailings until the 31st October 2020, with aims to resume operations from the 1st November 2020.

  • During the coronavirus pandemic, countries may be subject to a change in travel restrictions. Always check the latest FCDO advice for your chosen destination before planning, booking, or going on a trip.

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