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February 13, 2021 Industry Deals Sponsored by Travel Industry Club No Comments

After a year of our travel trashed and with a distant sign of resumption, we do expect restrictions to gradually ease. During this paused period, the cruise lines have undergone major changes and development investing tens of billions of dollars in new health measures in response to COVID-19. All cruise lines have committed to the new global protocols: some are obvious but there are also many behind the scenes, such as newer technology. There will be increased sanitation and continued health checks onboard, along with many other changes to ensure that cruising is safe to resume.
Last weekend, a Sunday newspaper ran an article on ‘Safe Seas Ahead’, discussing many issues of resumed cruising. Well done to the Sunday Telegraph for engaging some cruise industry leaders, along with their own editorial, to highlight to the general public, some of the measures for the resumption of safe cruising.

It is expected that cruising in our part of the world will be a controlled restart. Behind the scenes, work is aiming at introducing more domestic cruising and then gradually the Pacific Islands and New Zealand.  A major  focus will be on social distancing onboard and to this effect cruise lines are expecting to operate at reduced capacity, with caps applying to facilities and activities. Controlled distancing around pools, nightclubs, dining rooms and all ships’ public spaces will be part of the new protocols. Dining is likely to be staggered and shore excursion groups will be smaller, just to mention a few.

Given that initially the capacity on cruise lines will be reduced with less cabins, prices are looking to be higher, not lower. It is our view that whilst currently there maybe some sales to stimulate the market, once those cabins are sold, the bargains will disappear. If you see a bargain, grab it, or check it out with us!  A plus side for booking now is that booking is at low risk – minimal deposit with options to cancel or change are new innovations. Call us, we are here to help you.

TIC has industry rates with Royal Caribbean cruising Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands for our summer 2021 – 2022. These can be booked NOW! Some examples are listed below, but for all current cruises, click here and don’t miss out! Call us on 02 9700 8711 or email

Royal Caribbean

New Industry Rates

Royal Caribbean – Industry Rates for 2021 / 2022

Committed itineraries in Australia, NZ & Pacific Islands
RCL will bring their fleet down here from Oct 21 – Mar 22
Secure cabins now for small deposits & best rates
If you missed out this last summer, now is your chance!
Christmas and New Year holiday sailings
Savings and prices are per person twin share
All TIC members eligible

Australia – key holiday departures
Sydney / Cairns 18 Dec 8 nights from $1165
Brisbane / Brisbane 29 Dec 9 nights from $1645
Sydney / Sydney 04 Jan 4 nights from $630

New Zealand – key holiday departures
Sydney / NZ / Sydney 23 Dec 15 nights from $2869
Sydney / NZ / Sydney 08 Jan 12 nights from $2099

Pacific Islands
Brisbane/ Pacific Islands / Brisbane 21 Dec 8 nights from $1469
Brisbane / Pacific Islands / Brisbane 07 Jan 7 nights from $1139
Book and secure your space now with these best prices
For all Royal Caribbean current industry rates, click here

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