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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is a WEEKLY podcast that helps you discuss every aspect of a Royal Caribbean cruise

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This week we’re going to take an in-depth look at Royal caribbean’s cruise compass. What is it, what’s in it and how can you best take advantage of it to plan your day. We also will feature your...

You've probably heard by now all about Royal Caribbean’s brand new shows and entertainment coming to Quantum of the Seas but you know, I wanted to dive a little deeper into what we can expect. So...

If you’re considering a Royal Caribbean cruise to the Caribbean in the summer or fall, it may sound like a great idea but you should be very aware of hurricane season and how it can or cannot...

This week I’m inviting on one of my very good friends, Len Testa and Laurel Stewart, who are taking their very first Royal Caribbean cruise on Allure of the Seas.

Len and Laurel are...

One big push Royal Caribbean is going with these days is providing internet access while at sea. Some people find it really useful while others prefer to stay unconnected.

Regardless, more...

It’s time once again to invite one of our awesome podcast listeners to join us on the podcast, and this week we have Marie Coschigano of New Jersey, who is going on Freedom of the Seas later this...

I get a lot of great feedback from our podcast listeners so I wanted to take some time today to read your emails, tweets and facebook messages. I also wanted to bring one of our very own listeners...

When I go on a Royal caribbean cruise to the eastern caribbean, I always look forward to a stop in St Maarten because of how much there is to see and do here. This week, I’m going to discuss...

Since episode one you have heard me talking about Royal Caribbean cruising so this week I’ve invited my friend Annette to talk about what’s appealing about Royal Caribbean cruising to women. We...

What’s better than a Royal Caribbean cruise? How about two Royal Caribbean cruises? Or even three? Back-to-back cruises are popular among veteran Royal Caribbean cruisers and this week we are...

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