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Thursday, May 2, 2013

Smiles ahoy as Royal Caribbean’s Camp Quality ship days show laughter’s the best medicine

Children’s smiles and laughter are common on board cruise ships, but one smile in particular meant the world to the team at Royal Caribbean International. 

Little Julian and his family attended one of the specially-organised Camp Quality fun days onboard Royal Caribbean’s Australian ships. It was the first outing the family had in the past seven months, since Julian was diagnosed with cancer – and the first time he has smiled in all that time.

“Seeing Julian’s smile and watching the fun that these brave kids and their families have onboard our ships makes it all worthwhile.  We are extremely happy and proud to contribute to the great work that Camp Quality does to make a difference to the lives of the families dealing with the stresses and strains of cancer treatment,” said Adam Armstrong, commercial director, Royal Caribbean Australia.

Since 2009, Royal Caribbean has supported Camp Quality by hosting family days on board Royal Caribbean ships across the country.  This season, Royal Caribbean hosted around 40 guests on each of its ship events held in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth onboard Voyager of the Seas,Radiance of the Seas and Rhapsody of the Seas. Camp Quality guests were treated to a fun-filled day of activities organised by Royal Caribbean’s “Adventure Ocean” kids club team. Depending on the ship, activities included rock climbing, swimming, playing in the Adventure Beach waterpark, and rides on a giant water slide.  Play time was followed by lunch, and those on Voyager of the Seas had the fun of going back in time in 50s inspired diner Johnny Rockets, complete with singing waiters.

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