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Royal Caribbean/Celebrity juice up digital Cruise Planner

Royal Caribbean/Celebrity juice up digital Cruise Planner
Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises said they've made it easier for travelers to plan and reserve all their activities and entertainment in advance of sailing using the new digital Cruise Planner. In addition, Quantum of the Seas’ Dynamic Dining reservations are open for booking.

The new Cruise Planner for desktop and tablet devices has an extensive search and filtering feature that enables easier navigation and research. Menus dive deep into the options, giving access to restaurants and beverage packages with one click, and the ability to browse hundreds of shore excursions by day, port, activity type, number of participants and more.

Cruise Planner, developed in partnership with Isobar, a global digital marketing agency, also provides custom activity recommendations and featured product displays to spark ideas.

'By taking cues from the technologies and resources that our guests use every day 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 Adam Goldstein, president and COO of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

Travelers can use the platform to explore Royal Caribbean and Celebrity activities on and off the ship, and make changes to activities and reservations up until four days prior to their sail date. A streamlined order history, shopping cart with a categorized summary and printable calendar color-coded for each member of the traveling party keeps track of everything.

Passengers booked on Royal Caribbean ships can see the Cruise Planner here. Availability for Celebrity cruisers starts June 10.