Royal Caribbean International has kicked off this year’s wave season a little bit early with the release of the BOGO-Getter 2016 Wave Season promotion. The early start is in celebration of the US arrival of their newest ship, Anthem of the Seas, to Cape Liberty in Bayonne, NJ.
Vacationers who make new reservations before the end of the year on any ship will receive up to $300 in onboard credit, 50% reduced booking deposit – as low as $50 per person – 50% off the second guest on all sailings through 2016, and 25% off third and fourth guests on Caribbean sailings January to May. The promotion applies to sailings departing on or after December 10, not including China departures.
Royal Caribbean is also providing pre-paid gratuities and 50% off on third and fourth guests on bookings for Jewel, Vision, and Rhapsody of the Seas departing Venice and Rome in April to November of next year. In addition, free internet will be given to guests on European and Caribbean sailings aboard Anthem, Harmony, Allure, Oasis, Freedom, and Enchantment of the Seas, from May through September 30.
Harmony of the Seas will be the first of a new generation of ships where architectural innovations from the Oasis class will be combined with breakthrough technologies of the Quantum class. The inaugural summer season will be in Europe sailing seven-night western Mediterranean sailings, before the ship arrives in Port Everglades in Florida in November 2016 where it will offer seven-night eastern and western Caribbean sailings.
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