If you haven’t heard about #TheRoyalChurpSGInvasion then hop on over to our Dayre to read all about it! We often get the common misconception that “cruising is boring”, “there’s nothing to do!”… Well, we were onboard for 5 days and couldn’t be happier, let us show you how we cruise!
Here are the…
TOP 10 THINGS TO DO ONBOARD ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES’ MARINER OF THE SEAS!
1. Chill out on the deck
And perhaps a cocktail in hand? 😀 That’s practically all we need for a day out on the deck. It’s the perfect place to people watch and get that glowy suntan you’ve always wanted, and when the weather gets a little too hot, have a dip in the pool and soak up the sun!
2. Breakfast in bed
Feeling hungry but don’t wanna leave your bed? With 24 hours room service, get comfy in your PJs and have your breakfast (lunch or dinner) under the sheets or take it out to the balcony overlooking the great blue sea!
When night falls, the fun doesn’t stop there. Get comfy in the hot tub and catch a flick set against the pitch darkness of the open seas.
You’ll never go hungry onboard! With food available all day long at various eateries, you’ll be spoilt for choices.
Dress to impress on formal night and reenact that timeless scene in Titanic as you enter the Main Dining Hall.
5. Get physical!
For all you fitness enthusiasts out there, sweat it out at Royal Caribbean’s sports deck where you can…
Run, Vera, run…
Get a 360 degrees view as this track loops around the entire deck!
Lift some weights like our muscleman @jhwphay at the state-of-the-art fitness centre where you can also sign up for yoga classes and more!
There’s something for everyone, so pick your sport or try it all!
6. Entertain the kids!
Well, although we didn’t sail with kids, we thought this might be useful for families out there.
Check out the award-winning Adventure Ocean youth program that offers activities that are both fun and educational.
The kids and adults will enjoy these flash performances by DreamWorks’ Madagascar, held at the poolside and in the Royal Promenade during various timings of the day!
7. Watch Ice Skaters in awe
8. Catch a Broadway performance
If you are in the mood for drama and the arts, head down to the majestic Main Theatre in the evening for a night of singing and dancing set to a live orchestra. What’s more, the Main Theatre also screens movies throughout the day if you’re just looking for some chill time indoors!
9. Explore the ship’s bow
Yet another Titanic moment as shown here by @missgoob!
10. Party the night away at Dragon’s Lair
So that wraps up our top 10 things to do onboard Royal Caribbean’s Marina of the Seas! In case you’re a little lost on how to go about each day, fret not as you’ll receive a programme sheet daily to help you keep track and be on top of the schedule. There’s definitely something for everyone! 😀
Royal Caribbean’s extensive fleet of ships caters to all. While Mariner of the Seas’ sailing season starts from October through to March with 40 over sailing dates to choose from, the next sailing period to look out for would be in May 2016!
Voyager of the Seas, sister ship of Mariner of the Seas, will be back in Singapore for a special new season offering a 3-, 4- and 7-night cruise. On top of all the exciting onboard features such as the Royal Promenade, ice skating rink, full-sized sports court and DreamWorks Entertainment, this ship also has the FlowRider surf simulator and Virtual Balcony staterooms. This ship is 15 decks high, carries 3,840 guests and is the largest cruise ship in the region! The following cruise routes might interest you!
3 May 2016
4-night cruise to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang) and Phuket
7 May 2016
3-night cruise to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang)
7-night one-way cruise to Bangkok (Laem Chabang) (overnight), Nha Trang and Hong Kong
Package that includes one-way airfare from Hong Kong to Singapore is available
Visit www.royalcaribbean.com.sg or call 6305 0033 for more info on the attractive promotions.
We hope you enjoyed cruising with us! Have a good month of March everybody 😀