Royal Caribbean International Named “Best Cruise Operator” For 10th Consecutive Year
Royal Caribbean International is named Best Cruise Operator of the TTG Travel Awards for ten years in a row. The company was presented the award at the 28th Annual TTG Travel Awards 2017 ceremony in Bangkok, Thailand this evening.
Royal Caribbean has been voted unanimously by readers of TTG Asia, TTG China, TTG India, TTGmice, TTG-BTmice China, TTGassociations and TTG Asia Luxury for the award. The TTG Travel Awards are given out annually to honour organizations in Asia Pacific’s travel industry for their strong commitment towards service excellence.
Royal Caribbean won the award for offering the best product, services and facilities. This is highlighted by the deployment of the newest Quantum Class ship Ovation of the Seas in Singapore for a season this year. She is also the largest and most revolutionary ship in Asia, which features unique first-at-sea amenities such as the North Star elevated glass capsule, skydiving simulator, the Bionic Bar with robotic bartenders and SeaPlex, the largest indoor active space at sea with bumper cars.
Sean Treacy, Managing Director, Asia Pacific of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. who accepted the award said, “This is the moment we’ve been waiting for: winning the TTG Travel Award for 10 years in a row! This makes our 10th anniversary in Asia even more meaningful, as we grew from a new market entrant into the region’s leading cruise brand, all with the strong unwavering support of our travel partners and customers from Day One. We are very proud that each of our ships in Asia has brought the cruising scene to new heights with innovative features and excellent service. We look forward to offering even more exciting holiday experiences in the next decade, while making cruising – and Royal Caribbean International – a top vacation choice in Asia.”
Royal Caribbean is currently offering its longest-ever Southeast Asian season with 76 sailings out from Singapore, which started from this month till next June, beginning with Mariner of the Seas, followed by Ovation of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas.