Royal Caribbean gets some credit in this story for going with the flow and using resources at hand to come up with something new (at least for them, and in this market) that’s going to please their customers.
Radiance of the Seas is one of the line’s two ships in Alaska this summer, and aboard is Rita Cantina, which was just constructed during the ship’s recent revitalization. Royal Caribbean knows that their passengers aboard Radiance are going to Alaska to eat whales, chase moose and see seafood - or some combination thereof. Will they be as interested in having a taco and sipping a margarita in Rita’s Cantina as they will be excited about having crab legs or fresh salmon in an Alaskan restaurant? That's why Rita's Cantina got a major overhaul - but just for the summer season in Alaska.
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|Quantum of the Seas under construction as seen today at Meyer Werft.|