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A Royal Caribbean cruise holiday is adventure on a grand scale. You'll visit incredible destinations you've only dreamed of and have adventures you never imagined. You can go ice skating in the Caribbean or sunbathing in Alaska. And best of all, you'll be pampered every step of the way. We've gathered everything you need to prepare for your trip right here - so you can arrive relaxed and ready to explore.


For a seamless, stress-free holiday, let us organise your travel arrangements and book your flights.


Have you got all the documents and visa stamps you need? Check out our tick list to help you make sure you don’t leave anything vital behind.


Thanks to our award-winning Adventure Ocean® youth programme and with more than 260 family-friendly destinations, your children will love their Royal Caribbean cruise holiday as much as you will.


From burning questions, to niggling thoughts, we’ve put all possible questions and answers on our FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) page. Have a look and put your mind at rest.




In just four simple steps online, you can minimise the time you spend in check-in at the pier. All you need to begin is your reservation number.



Take advantage of our pre-book options to reserve entertainment, restaurants, sports, spa and land excursions right up until the final four days before you sail.



Plan and book your shore excursions in advance. There’s a fantastic range of choice to accommodate all tastes and preferences from family friendly excursions to accessible ones.



Contact us as soon as possible prior to your trip to help us complete your embarkation details and adhere to international security requirements.



Log in to your account to begin the countdown to your cruise and access information on excursions, weather forecasts, your stateroom and more.


Working out what to wear when going for dinner with friends can be tricky enough without the headache of knowing that you won’t have your entire wardrobe to hand and also need to remember your passport, sun cream and swimsuit. To make life a bit easier for you, we’ve drawn up a list you can use as a crib sheet when packing for your cruise.


For the safety of our guests, the following items are not allowed on board: Electrical transformers, coffee makers, candles, irons, illegal drugs, flammable liquids and explosives, such as fireworks. For security purposes, we also recommend not packing any valuables (such as jewellery) in your checked-in luggage.


It is a good idea to take a small carry-on bag with your travel documents, money and any medications you may need. A great tip is to also take your toiletries and a change of clothes (possibly your swimsuit or sports clothes if you’d like an early dip in the pool, a spot of sunbathing – it is always warm in the solarium – or a sports activity).

This will enable you to enjoy the ship straight away without having to wait for your checked bags to arrive in your stateroom.


Pack according to your destination. Heading to the Mediterranean or Caribbean? Sun cream and hats are a must. Exploring Alaska or the Norwegian Fjords? Even in the summer, the evenings can get pretty cool on land and on the ship, so sweaters and jackets are advisable.
Comfortable walking shoes are a good idea if you are planning on a spot of sightseeing. Please also remember to dress respectfully if you want to visit any churches, mosques or holy sites. We can guarantee some fantastic sights and scenery on all of our cruises and highly recommend taking a camera.



During the day the ship’s dress code is entirely casual. You’ll need swimwear for the pool and sunbathing, plus a selection of t-shirts, shorts, trousers or jeans, casual skirts and blouses and sundresses for all other areas of the ship. If you plan to visit the fitness centre or take part in any sporting activity during your cruise, remember to pack sports clothes and running shoes.

You’ll also need a selection of casual, smart casual and formal clothes for evening meals in the main dining room or speciality restaurants. Casual dining clothes for men may include polo shirts and trousers, for example, and for women sundresses, trousers and casual skirts and blouses are all fine.

A smart casual wardrobe for men would include a blazers/jacket and ties or just an open neck shirt and dresses or trouser suits for women. Formal attire comprises suit, shirt and tie or dinner jacket/tuxedo for men and cocktail dresses for women. Tuxedo rentals are available for formal dinners and special occasions.



Formal nights are not mandatory so if you prefer a casual evening there are several other restaurants and eateries you can dine at where the formal dress code is not in place. Formal evenings are designed for fun and to give everyone the chance to dress up, if they wish to.

Whether you choose to wear a tuxedo or ball gown, or opt for something less formal like a suit, shirt and tie for men and a dress for women, it’s all acceptable… after all its your holiday!

If you need help deciding what to bring you might find our Facebook page helpful. Here you can see photos and ask past guests what to expect.

Cruise Length Casual Smart Casual Formal Wear
3 nights 2 0 1
4 nights 3 0 1
5 nights 3 1 1
6 nights 3 1 2
7 nights 4 1 2
8 nights 4 2 2
9 nights 5 2 2
10 nights 6 2 2
11 nights 7 2 2
12 nights* 8 2 2*
13 nights 9 2 2
14 nights 8 3 3
15 nights Remaining Casual 3 3

Note: The number of smart casual and formal nights can vary and remains at the ship's discretion. *Some 12 night or longer European Cruises may have three formal nights.


Our award-winning family cruises are designed to give you an unforgettable family holiday from breath-taking destinations to family-friendly staterooms, onboard entertainment and dining.


Set sail to one of our sumptuous destinations near or far for that very well deserved holiday for just the two of you and let us pamper you onboard our extraordinary ships.

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