Singles looking to enjoy a cruise vacation now have an extra incentive to book their trip, as Royal Caribbean has announced major renovations on one vessel in its fleet to introduce a number of cabins for solo travelers, according to USA Today.
Radiance of the Seas will debut three all-new cabins in the late spring tailored to passengers who want a room to themselves. They are touted as "inside" rooms, lacking windows but providing the privacy and smaller space that other cruise lines in the industry rarely have. Many tour companies gear their rooms towards groups of two or more, reports the news source.
This vessel features a capacity for more than 2,100 pasengers, and will receive the makeover in May. Sailing with the new single cabins will reportedly commence in June with a voyage to Alaska.
Royal Caribbean is one of the only cruise firms that have added one-person guestrooms to their fleet. However, Norwegian Cruise Line is upping the ante exponentially with its new Epic vessel, which will feature a reported 100-plus single cabins, with more to come to other ships in its fleet.
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