Royal Caribbean to increase its sailings in May and June

New Delhi [India], Mar 22 (ANI): TIRUN, the exclusive India Representative of Royal Caribbean International is constantly on the lookout to offer Indian travelers more relevant cruise opportunities.
The Cruise Line has recently increased its sailings from Singapore to eight months including the months of May and June, catering to the holiday season for Indian families. The deployment of Voyager of the Seas is in perfect synchrony with the summer vacations in various parts of India and seeks to offer an easily accessible and affordable cruise holiday to Indian guests.
The increased number of sailings as well as an enhanced focus on travelers from South Asian countries such as India has also encouraged Royal Caribbean to incorporate customized elements such as music and entertainment and options of Indian cuisine on-board to ensure that first-time cruisers have a memorable experience.
"We are excited to partner with Singapore Tourism Board and Changi Airport Group for the fifth year running to market and make available cruise options on the world's leading cruise liner, Royal Caribbean International.
Considering that Indians provide the bulk of guests for cruise's from Singapore, the increased sailings will further popularize the concept of cruising in India," said Chief Executive TIRUN, Ratna Chadha.
"India is Singapore's top international source market for cruising, registering over 130,000 passengers and 26 percent year-on-year growth in 2016. Indians enjoy our fly-cruise accessibility and wide array of attractions and lifestyle offerings. Partnering with Changi Airport Group (CAG) and TIRUN to bring Royal Caribbean International (RCI)'s cruise offerings to Indian visitors is important for growing the awareness of cruising as a holiday option and entrenching Singapore as a top-of-mind cruise destination. Through our Cruise Development Fund, we have worked with RCI to promote Singapore as a convenient cruise hub. We look forward to continuing our partnership with CAG, TIRUN and RCI," said regional director SAMEA (South Asia Middle East Africa) Singapore Tourism Board, GB Srithar.
As a part of its promotional offer, Indian travelers sailing on the Voyager of the Seas will be entitled to a Sentosa Cruisers Pass which includes three rides and an Indian set meal at a restaurant on the Island. Apart from this, discount vouchers for the online duty free shopping are also available at Changi Airport Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas, is credited with Voyager, cruising through the open sea. (ANI)

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