"Good news for all Crown & Anchor members! You spoke and Royal Caribbean listened! In addition to the many perks that membership offers loyal Royal Caribbean cruisers, new enhancements went into effect June 1st.
Members will continue to enjoy first-to-know priority notice and access to new developments, special events and exclusive offers that reward their loyalty. In addition, the “Ultimate Value Booklet,” is being upgraded and filled with new onboard savings for beverages, internet packages, photo and logo merchandise, among others discounts. How nice to have a coupon book we can actually use and receive value from!
Complimentary space available stateroom upgrades will be offered to Diamond and Diamond Plus guests on cruises of 5 nights or longer. Two factors determine the upgrade priority; cruise credits and booking date.
As always Crown & Anchor Society members are welcome to reserve their next cruise while onboard a Royal Caribbean ship. The exclusive “Onboard Booking Bonus” offers a member an onboard credit of up to $200 per stateroom for making a reservation on a future sailing. What is new and exciting is that this bonus can now be used with either a Crown & Anchor Savings Certificate or a Balcony & Suite Discount (the latter applicable for our Platinum, Diamond or Diamond Plus members), offering members great savings for their next cruise before their current cruise ends!
Special Offer: To introduce Crown & Anchor members to the new Onboard Booking Bonus, for the month of June only, Royal Caribbean is making this exclusive program available from “off the ship.” As part of this special promotion they have added many new sailing dates to the current Savings Certificates, which you can find on the Crown & Anchor Society website. This one-time introductory offer can be booked on any cruise beginning May 1, 2011, but be sure to reserve your cruise now as this offer expires June 30, 2010. Your Crown & Anchor Society membership number is required for booking. To take advantage of this offer go to Direct Line Cruises today."