TIRUN Travel Marketing, the exclusive India representative of Royal Caribbean International, has initiated a massive pan-India roadshow to spread the word about the International cruise liner, Royal Caribbean International’s cruises to Singapore in 2019-2020. As a part of this journey, the roadshow recently held at Junkyard Café Delhi, to apprise trade partners about the upcoming Singapore sailings onboard two of Royal Caribbean International’s best ships, Voyager of the Seas and Quantum of the Seas. The two feature-laden ships have been anchored at the Singapore bay to offer guests an ultimate vacation experience the year-round. Apart from Delhi, TIRUN recently organized roadshows in Pune, Chennai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Kochi and Bangalore and also plans to host similar events across Indore, Raipur, Aurangabad, Chandigarh, Nagpur, Ludhiana, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Jaipur from August till September this year.
Voyager of the Seas, the lead ship in the Voyager class of ships has been recently reimagined at a whopping cost of USD 97 million, adding an array of features and amenities for thrills and chills. The ships features high-octane adventure rides such as The Perfect Storm Waterslides duo, family-focused entertainment options such as the newly launched Battle for Planet Z Laser tag game. The can’t-miss attraction joins returning favorites, including the FlowRider surf simulator, rock-climbing wall and mini-golf, to round out the ship’s action-packed attractions. The ship also has Vitality Spa and Fitness center for relaxation and rejuvenation, a nursery for babies and adventure Ocean Program for tiny tots and teens. Plethora of dining options for food lovers. Voyager of the Seas will be cruising through the South Pacific waters from 21st October-11thNovember on a 3-Night and 4 Night Cruises from Singapore to Malaysia and Thailand and will return back in summer from 8th May -19th June 2020.
Coming to the South-Pacific waters simultaneously is Quantum of the Seas, largest and most revolutionary ship in Singapore that promises Quantum Leap Adventure. The eighteen decked behemoth can accommodate forty-nine hundred guests and will sail across Malaysia and Thailand from 21st November 2019 till 26th April 2020. Itineraries include 4-night cruises to Malaysia or Phuket, 5-night cruises to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Penang and Phuket, a 7-night cruise to Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang), Penang and Phuket and a 7-night cruise to Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City.
The central highlights and attractions of this smart ship includes the ‘North Star’, an observation capsule that ascends 300 Feet above sea level, ‘Two70’ – a consummate hi-tech entertainment venue, cocktails served by robots at ‘Bionic Bar’, skydiving and surfing simulator and ‘SeaPlex’, the largest indoor gaming space at sea – that boasts of a basketball court, roller-skating, bumper cars, circus school and more. The ship also houses 18 restaurant venues with cuisines from around the globe, a real gastronomical delight.
Which brings us to arguably the biggest USP of these ships-the extensive culinary extravaganza they feature for all foodies. Continuing its legacy of gracing its kitchens with the world’s best chefs, Royal Caribbean International has roped in prominent celebrity chef Ranveer Brar, who has curated a most wonderful menu centered on the diversities and richness of Indian cuisine. The menu has been especially designed for the Indian palette, which gives a glimpse into the rich gastronomical culture of India to guests from all over the world and bring a sense of nostalgia to the Indian guests on-board.
Commenting on the roadshow, Mr Varun Chadha, CEO, TIRUN Travel Marketing, said, “Singapore is a popular destination for Indians and for the upcoming season, the dedicated ships from Royal Caribbean International will ensure guests have the perfect cruising experience for our guests throughout the year. The ships themselves epitomize the highest standards of comfort, service quality and are packed with many first adventures on the high seas. We are excited to share these experiences with many more Indian in the coming months.”