Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. said it has revamped the cruise-planning function on its website to make it more seamless and intuitive.
The new Cruise Planner enables Royal Caribbean and Celebrity customers to sort through hundreds of shore excursion options by activity and interest through filtered searches.
Tours, spa treatments, restaurants and beverage packages can be researched and booked online through Cruise Planner, which will work with tablet devices as well as personal computers.
The tool has a calendar function that tracks and groups events a passenger books. Another function provides customized activity recommendations and suggests products to purchase.
The Quantum of the Seas’ Dynamic Dining reservations also available for guests to book.
“We have created a tool that is simple and intuitive to use and will transform our guests experience from the moment they begin planning their vacation,” said RCCL President Adam Goldstein.
Cruise Planner was developed in partnership with Isobar, a global digital marketing agency.
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