At a land-based holiday resort, you may be lucky to have 2 or 3 different restaurants, but on a Royal Caribbean or Carnival ship there can be over 20. From sushi bars to French-inspired bistros, there’s something to suit for whatever you might be in the mood for. The main restaurant will offer different dishes each day, many of which are inspired by the ports of call along your itinerary which offers you an enriching holiday experience. What’s more, food in all main restaurants is included in your cruise fare.
From mini golf and state of the art spas to go karts and climbing walls, cruise ships are equipped with popular pastimes and exciting new and innovative features. Take for example Royal Caribbean who offer ice skating and bumper cars on some of their ships - not to mention a zip line that will carry thrill seekers from one side of the ship to the other 9 decks above ground! Most activities are also included in your cruise fare so you won’t have to spend a penny whilst enjoying lots of different experiences.
The entertainment you’ll discover onboard will have you on the edge of your seats. Many cruise lines have collaborated with entertainment experts to deliver a programme of incredible events and shows to their guests. Those travelling with Princess can watch exclusive shows developed by Stephen Schwartz (composer of Broadway shows Wicked, Godspell and Pipin), whilst those on selected MSC ships can see dazzling performances designed by Cirque Du Soleil.