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Royal Caribbean is now the only cruise line in the world with onboard PADI Five Star Dive Centers, allowing guests to become certified scuba divers on their sailings.
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- Lowered the entry-level age on its onboard kids programs from 3 years old to 6 months old and developed two new series of programs for the line's youngest passengers. The line created the daily, 45-minute parent-and-child playgroups for the infant-and-toddler set via a newly formed partnership with toy company Fisher-Price.
- Introduced a $3.95 surcharge to dine in the Johnny Rockets restaurants onboard its Voyager-class ships. The charge is in place on the Mariner of the Seas, the Navigator of the Seas and the Explorer of the Seas; the Adventure of the Seas implements the charge on Oct. 24, and the Voyager of the Seas does so on Nov. 6. A spokesman said the charge was to help "manage guest volume."
*A fleet-wide upgrade of all beds on Royal Caribbean International ships has been unveiled.
The line claims to have created a solution to the gap that invariably forms when two twin beds are pushed together to form a larger, queen-size bed.
Custom-designed pillow tops are doubled over when placed on twin beds, but are unfolded and laid on top of one another, and the mattresses, to create a gap-free queen-size mattress.
New bedding will appear in May on new ship Freedom of the Seas and will be introduced across the fleet over the following 12 months.