Royal Caribbean International Not To Convert From USD To Aud While Ships Are Based In Australia.
For all the Loyal Royal Caribbean fans out there, In fact for anyone who loves to cruise and is thinking about taking a Royal Caribbean cruise in the future from an Australian departure point.
The below would be worth considering for any future cruises.
China is Australia’s largest trading partner, so the ongoing slowdown hobbling the Asian giant could spell trouble for the Australian currency, which is struggling to stay above the symbolic 0.70 cents level.
With the Australian dollar falling and the USD on the rise according to research from Market Pulse the AUD could and is expected to fall to as low as 0.65 cents.
There has been a lot of speculation and rumour through different Facebook and media sites that relate to one of the Biggest cruise lines in Australia, that Royal Caribbean International are converting from USD to AUD while their ships are based in Australia.
Well I can end the speculation and rumour right now with the following statement by Adam Armstrong, regional Commercial Director for Royal Caribbean International .
In the following statement issued Adam clearly says’
"Royal Caribbean is an international cruise line sailing in all parts of the world. We strive to offer our guests the same high standard and international style of cruising wherever in the world we are, therefore onboard costs are priced in US dollars for a consistent experience."
Information supplied by: Adam Armstrong, Regional Commercial Director For Royal Caribbean International.
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