International announced its newest private island that will be called “Perfect
Day at Lelepa”.
On Monday, the cruise line announced its latest plan to build a sustainable private island in Vanuatu, the South Pacific.
Perfect Day at Lelepa will be Royal Caribbean’s second island in the Perfect Day private island collection, following up the highly-successful Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas.
The cruise line also
explained the island will be the first carbon-neutral private cruise
destination in the world as it will be built with sustainability complete with
features designed to safeguard the island’s ecosystems.
Royal Caribbean is planning a two-month, $165 million overhaul of Allure of the Seas in spring 2020. The makeover will give the ship some of the same iconic features as the other three Oasis-class ships.
The overhaul includes the 10-story dry slide The Ultimate Abyss and The Perfect Storm, which is a trio of water slides with see-through panels so you can enjoy the views as you go down. The record-breaking slides already exist on sister ships Harmony of the Seas and Symphony of the Seas, which are both based in the US.
Are you considering a cruise holiday this summer? Just have in mind that while cruises are undoubtedly a great choice for your holiday, there are some downsides, like the fact that you have to travel in a confined space where germs can spread much more rapidly than usual.
A Royal Caribbean cruise ship change of the itinerary in an attempt to avoid bad weather leads to а miracle at sea a few days ago. Its crew rescued two men who were stranded at sea for 20 days between Grand Cayman and Jamaica, a Royal Caribbean representative confirmed.
Royal Caribbean’s Empress of the Seas modified its itinerary due
to bad weather and sailed near the original ports of call. The crew spotted a
small fishing boat and rescued two Costa Rica fishermen who had ran out of gas
20 days earlier.