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ROYAL CARIBBEAN REVISES 1993 ITINERARIES FOR TWO SHIPS

 ROYAL CARIBBEAN REVISES 1993 ITINERARIES FOR TWO SHIPS
 MIAMI, July 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Caribbean has responded to


passenger demand for more Panama Canal transits and more variety in Europe by revising the previously announced 1993 itineraries for two of its nine ships.
 Next summer, the intimate Sun Viking will offer a new itinerary: 12-night European Capitals cruises from Harwich, England. Sun Viking's other previously announced 12-night cruises remain unchanged: round trip from Harwich to the British Isles; round trip from Harwich to the North Cape/Norwegian Fjords; and Greek Isles cruise vacations operating between Genoa and Venice.
 Song of Norway, Royal Caribbean's second ship in Europe in 1993, will offer the 12-night Mediterranean and Scandinavia/Russia sailings announced earlier.
 Because of the overwhelming popularity of Panama Canal cruises, Song of Norway will operate six more 10-night transcanal cruises in addition to the four 10-night transits already scheduled. In the first quarter of 1993, the additional six canal transits between Acapulco and San Juan take the place of six previously announced cruises in South America.
 "Our Panama Canal transits have been so popular we decided to substantially increase the number we offer," said Rod McLeod, Royal Caribbean's executive vice president of sales, marketing and passenger services. "Including two repositioning transits by Song of America and Nordic Prince, next year we'll triple the Panama Canal cruises over the four we offered in 1992.
 "In Europe, we saw the opportunity to give passengers more variety by creating another new itinerary for Sun Viking," McLeod added. "We also surveyed travel agents to receive their input before we made any changes."
 1993 itineraries for Royal Caribbean's Sovereign of the Seas (eastern Caribbean), Monarch of the Seas (southern Caribbean), Majesty of the Seas (western Caribbean), Nordic Empress (Bahamas), Viking Serenade (Mexican Baja), Nordic Prince (Caribbean, Mexico and Alaska) and Song of America (Mexico, Bermuda and Caribbean) remain unchanged.
 Information on 1993 prices and specific ports will be released in the next two weeks.
 Royal Caribbean is the world's largest cruise brand by passenger capacity and pampers passengers with superlative service aboard its modern fleet of nine ships. Itineraries include the Caribbean, Bahamas, Bermuda, Panama Canal, Alaska, Mexico, Europe, Mediterranean, Baltic, Greek Isles, Scandinavia/Russia, British Isles, North Cape/Norwegian Fjords, Africa and the Canary Islands.
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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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