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ROYAL CARIBBEAN ANNOUNCES 1993 PROGRAMS

 ROYAL CARIBBEAN ANNOUNCES 1993 PROGRAMS
 MIAMI, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Caribbean Cruise Line will


offer an expanded array of itineraries in 1993 and reposition four of its ships to different areas of the world. Next year, Royal Caribbean will call at 31 new ports and offer four new cruise areas. In total, cruise vacationers can visit four continents and 130 destinations on more than 50 different itineraries. A number of itinerary changes are planned.
 The 1,402-passenger Song of America will replace the smaller 1,012-passenger Nordic Prince on seven-night cruises each Sunday from New York to Bermuda during the summer. Beginning in November 1993, Song of America will sail a winter season of 10- and 11-night cruise vacations between Miami and San Juan.
 Nordic Prince will spend the summer of 1993 in Alaska on weekly cruises each Sunday from Vancouver. During winter, Nordic Prince will sail weekly cruise vacations from Los Angeles to the Mexican Riviera.
 Sun Viking, which operated Royal Caribbean's 1992 Alaska cruise program, will spend the summer of 1993 in Europe with Song of Norway and offer 12-night cruises to the British Isles, North Cape/Norwegian Fjords and the Greek Isles. Sun Viking's 1993 European program marks the first time Royal Caribbean will have two ships in Europe. Sun Viking will continue to spend its winters on seven-night cruises from San Juan to the southern Caribbean but will introduce a modified itinerary in December 1993 that includes St. Croix, St. Barts, Guadeloupe, St. Maarten, St. John and St. Thomas.
 After a series of 9-, 10-, and 11-night South American cruises in the first quarter of 1993, Song of Norway will sail four 10-night Panama Canal transits (Nordic Prince and Song of America will offer one canal transit apiece in April).
 Following its four canal voyages, Song of Norway returns to Europe for a summer schedule of 12-night Mediterranean cruises between Barcelona and Venice as well as 12-night Scandinavia/Russia cruise vacations round trip from Harwich, England (which replaces Amsterdam as Royal Caribbean's home port for cruises in Northern Europe and provides easy access to London).
 Following its European season next year, Song of Norway will offer 12-night cruises to the Canary Islands/Morocco prior to returning to the Caribbean for a 14-night holiday cruise.
 Royal Caribbean's other five ships will continue their current year- round schedules: Sovereign of the Seas -- weekly cruises every Saturday from Miami to the eastern Caribbean; Monarch of the Seas -- weekly voyages every Sunday from San Juan to the southern Caribbean; Majesty of the Seas -- weekly cruise vacations every Sunday from Miami to the western Caribbean; Nordic Empress -- three- and four-night Bahamas cruise vacations from Miami every Monday and Friday; and Viking Serenade -- three- and four-night Baja Mexico cruises from Los Angeles every Monday and Friday.
 Prices and further details about Royal Caribbean's 1993 itineraries will be released within the next three weeks.
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 /CONTACT: Lloyd Axelrod or Rich Steck of Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, 305-539-6573/ CO: Royal Caribbean Cruise Line ST: Florida IN: LEI SU: PDT


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