What You'll Get
Boasting one of the largest cruise fleets in the world, Royal Caribbean is renowned for its innovative ships and Gold Anchor Service®. Not only do its guests enjoy experiencing destinations the world over, but they do so from the modern surrounds of liners equipped to prevent travellers from ever getting bored.
One of the jewels in Royal Caribbean’s fleet, Rhapsody of the Seas has recently been treated to a makeover and now boasts even more facilities to be savoured including eight pools and whirlpools, state-of-the-art fitness facilities and world-class entertainment venues. This package includes accommodation, onboard meals and activities.
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Groupies hop aboard Royal Caribbean’s Rhapsody of the Seas for a seven-night cruise to Tasmania. Beginning in Sydney, the first two nights are spent at sea before docking in Melbourne on day three. Peeps stretch their legs and explore the city before jumping back on the super liner to make the trip to Burnie the following day. The next two days are spent docked in Hobart, giving folks ample time to learn all there is to know about Tasmania’s capital.
A further two nights are spent on the ocean before travellers arrive back in Sydney to wind up their trip. While the locations themselves are exciting enough, the super liner offers a wealth of onboard activities to keep guests entertained. Anything from learning Italian to salsa dancing or mixology classes are available and themed nights, competitions and shows run throughout the cruise.
Live music can be found in several bars and lounges, giving peeps the opportunity to kick back in their preferred setting. A video game arcade and outdoor cinema delight entertainment junkies, while a rock wall, jogging track and fitness centre are great for those who have a need for speed even while on holiday.
Pools, a day spa and adults-only indoor solarium add to the overall feeling of relaxation. Groupies savour breakfast, lunch and dinner on their cruise and have a wealth of eateries at their disposal. Be it a casual meal, fine dining occasion or just a bowl of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream, folks will find it on the ship. For shopaholics, duty free stores brimming with the latest in cosmetics, designer fashion and tech accessories offer up bargains not often seen on the mainland.
View the full itinerary here.
Our cabin was a balcony room State Room on Deck 7. It was extremely comfortable and had plenty of storage space and coat hangers. Inside was a queen size bed and a three seater lounge with a flat screen TV…The range of entertainment and activities on board is endless. The Cruise Director Ricky and Activities Manager James are awesome along with Andre…We visited the pool and Solarium on several occasions and always found it a great experience. The Solarium is for adults only and also has a day spa.
– funkybunch_44, Cruise Critic, Feb 2013
The Fine Print
Cabins are for two people, minimum booking is for two