To acknowledge the bravery and selflessness of Australia’s Volunteer First Responders during the recent bushfire crisis, Royal Caribbean is donating up to 7000, four-night cruise holidays on board their newest ship Spectrum of the Seas.
It’s a big “royal thank you” to the volunteers and their families.
Spectrum of the Seas’ first complimentary four-night coastal cruise will set sail from Sydney on Saturday, February 29, returning on Wednesday 4 March.
The second cruise will follow the same itinerary from 7-11 March.
“We are in a fortunate position to give back to the brave and dedicated members of our community and their families by presenting them with the chance to join us for a few days to relax, unwind and enjoy our hospitality.”
Managing Director for Royal Caribbean International Australia and New Zealand Gavin Smith.
Up to 7000 volunteer first responders and their families will be accommodated across the two cruises.
Guests onboard Spectrum of the Seas will enjoy delectable dining experiences, entertainment, and onboard family adventures.
“At Royal Caribbean, we band together not just in good times, but also during difficult times,” Gavin Smith commented
“We have a strong history of support and solidarity for communities, our guests, our valued travel partners and employees in times of hardship.”
Royal Caribbean is working with state-based volunteer agencies to directly notify and encourage eligible volunteers to register for their complimentary cruise.
To find out more or to register visit www.aroyalthankyou.com.
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