has announced that it is to offer a new mini-cruise out of Florida on its soon-to-be-launched Allure of the Seas
Demand is already high for berths on the mega-cruise liner, which is due to embark on its maiden seven-night voyage on December 5th.
Now it has been announced that travellers are to be offered the chance to enjoy a luxury cruise prior to this launch date, with the new four-night offering set to depart from Port Everglades on the first day of December.
While the cruise is open to anyone, passengers booked onto the seven-night trip for that month are being given the opportunity to either switch to the shorter trip and cash in the difference, or combine the two, with Royal Caribbean offering on-board credit as an incentive for its customers to choose the latter option.
The Allure of the Seas, which will be the joint-largest cruise liner in the world when it is launched later in the year, will offer Caribbean Cruises
alternating between trips to the western and eastern parts of the region.
Earlier in the month, it was announced that Royal Caribbean will operate ten ships in Europe in the summer of 2011, compared to the eight offering cruises this season.
Written by Chris Smith