Family holiday of a lifetime

Radiance of the Seas' Chef’s Table dining experience.
Radiance of the Seas' Chef’s Table dining experience. Contributed

SCHOOL holidays and the Easter break are fast approaching and Royal Caribbean International are making it the holiday of a lifetime.

Sailing from Sydney to Hawaii on Australia's newest superliner Radiance of the Seas, the fun will be non-stop with all entertainment, great food, accommodation and travel to the exotic South Pacific taken care of. 

RCL Cruises Australia commercial manager Adam Armstrong said: "School holidays are not always the relaxing break they are supposed to be. Instead of worrying about how you are going to keep the kids entertained, for a change, why not let Royal Caribbean look after it all for you?  With complimentary kids clubs and lots of activities for grown-ups and little ones, you can choose your mix of quality time together or time apart for rest and relaxation."

Royal Caribbean International are offering return flights from Hawaii from just $299* per person to Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, plus flights pre-cruise from Brisbane or Melbourne to Sydney. Fares for the 18-night cruise to Hawaii departing April 5 2012 start from $2,499 per person which takes in tropical and exotic ports of call such as Tahiti and Bora Bora, for less than $156 a day for all meals, accommodation, entertainment and flights.

Since arriving for her first season in Australia late last year, Radiance of the Seas has proved to be a hit with Australian families. She boasts a giant poolside cinema screen and a kids' water park with a waterslide as well as a half basketball court, mini golf, dedicated cinema and Royal Caribbean's signature rock climbing wall.

For kids aged three to 17, Royal Caribbean's award-winning Adventure Ocean kids program, keeps children entertained with an abundance of activities such as arts and crafts, movie nights, karaoke, sports tournaments and their very own section of the ship.

And for toddlers, Radiance of the Seas also has Royal Babies and Royal Tots, a drop-off child care option for six to 36 month olds. There is also plenty to keep grown-ups entertained, from nine highly-acclaimed dining options, to many bars and lounges, an adults-only solarium, spa and fitness centre, a casino and world-class entertainment throughout the cruise. 

For more information visit Royal Caribbean.

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