It’s been a new year and a new look for Royal Caribbean which has kicked off 2015 with a brand new blog design! Offering readers up-to-the-minute information on all the latest fleet wide news, Sea Views Blog is the number one way for Royal Caribbean passengers and fans to stay in the loop.
New year, new look
This year the line has decided to enhance the reader experience with a sleek new blog redesign. According to Adam Goldstein, Royal Caribbean President & COO the revamp has seen the blog “refreshed, broadened and considerably more visual than it has been in previous years.” As well as refined aesthetics the blog will also be packed full of exclusive information.
Insider access to Royal Caribbean
Readers can get the scoop on a huge range of trending topics, behind the scenes ship access, industry news and more. Goldstein also maintains that the blog will “open up” Royal Caribbean to the public and offer readers interesting insider information from across the line. Michael Bayley, Royal Caribbean International CEO will be the blog’s main source of content, with additional write ups composed by the line’s team of brand leadership experts. Of course, Goldstein won’t be missing out entirely and will still contribute with special edition posts and exclusive content every now and then.
What to expect?
According to Goldstein this year’s posts will shine the spotlight on the line’s latest pride and joy, Quantum of the Seas. There will also be a huge amount of buzz surrounding the upcoming launch of her sister ship, Anthem of the Seas. While Sea Views blog may be the place to read up on all the latest Quantum and Anthem news Cruise 1st is the go-to site for booking getaways on-board the next generation mega liners. With incredible deals unveiled every week there are tidal sized savings to be had on a huge range of Royal Caribbean itineraries.
With more exciting developments on the cards we can’t wait to see what posts Royal Caribbean has up its sleeve for 2015!
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