Planning your next Royal Caribbean cruise is going to look a little bit different.
Royal Caribbean is beginning to debut its next generation cruise planning software, called My Royal Cruise.
My Royal Cruise is a new look to the website guests access to browse options and add-ons for their sailing.
It will replace the existing Cruise Planner platform on a roll out schedule beginning with Mariner of the Seas departures that sail October 15, 2021, or Symphony of the Seas departing January 2022 and beyond.
My Royal Cruise will eventually roll out to more ships across the fleet, with the intention of replacing the legacy Cruise Planner site.
The cruise line indicated a similar option will become available for sister brand Celebrity Cruises with the My Celebrity Cruise site.
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My Royal Cruise features a cleaner look, which takes advantage of contemporary web design. It is simple and functional, while still visually appealing.
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There is also a tighter integration between cruise add-ons, check-in, and more. The goal was to make it more intuitive for guests to plan their sailing.
You can still do all the things before, but with a new look to it that makes navigation simpler.
Why should you plan your cruise with My Royal Cruise?
Royal Caribbean regularly offers discounts when guests purchase certain packages and add-ons before the cruise.
Booking shore excursions, drink packages, wifi and more is simple, and it is the best way to save money on the overall cost of the cruise.
Everything you purchase before the cruise is fully refundable if you change your mind, or if you spot a better price later.
In addition, Oasis and Quantum Class cruise ships allow you to pre-book entertainment on My Royal Cruise. This will ensure a spot for the most in-demand activities onboard.
What do you think of the new look? Let us know in the comments.