Discover the beauty and history of the Arabian Gulf with a seven-nights voyage on board Royal Caribbean’s 'Vision of the Seas', which will depart from Dubai this December and sail to Khasab, Muscat and Abu Dhabi in several cruises
Royal Caribbean Arabia has launched its new website, which has been completely reimagined to fit in to the palm of your hand.
A mobile friendly designed interface, packed with exciting video content, gives users a front row seat t
Harmony of the Seas, the Royal Caribbean’s biggest- ever ship, is set for its inaugural sea voyage this month on a western Mediterranean itinerary.
At 361-m in length, it’s longer than both the Eiffel Tower and Burj Al Arab
Bahrain came out a big winner at the annual Royal Caribbean Arabia awards announced at last month's Arabian Travel Market (ATM) with three travel companies taking home the most number of awards.
Transworld Travel and Al
Royal Caribbean International invites couples to cruise into life as newlyweds this summer on board their fleet of luxury Vision and Radiance class ships which sail the Mediterranean.
Guests can discover not only a wealth of exper
Royal Caribbean, a leading cruise line brand, is taking family fun to new heights on-board Harmony of the Seas the world's biggest ship with First-at-sea features.
The newest addition to Royal Caribbean International's awa
Dubai- based PR Agency, TCApr has won the account to represent Royal Caribbean Arabia (Safeen Tourism), the sole Middle East Representative of the world’s leading cruise lines, Royal Caribbean International and Azamara Club Cruises.
As many as 17 Middle Eastern travel industry partners won loyalty awards for their outstanding contribution and excellent performance from 2010 to 2014 from the Royal Caribbean Arabia.
The ‘Best Caribbean Sales’,
Hurricane Sandy pounded the Bahamas with battering winds and rain on Friday, sweeping over the island chain after killing 21 people across the Caribbean and posing a menacing threat to the US East Coast.
Forecasters warned the lat
Saudi Arabia has quit a long-held lease for 5 million barrels of Caribbean oil storage near the key US market and state giant PetroChina is poised to move in, industry sources say, a potentially major shift in global oil trade dynamics.