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Alan Wins with Royal Caribbean

2nd November 2018 - 12:15pm

Alan Darby (PAB Tours)

Alan Darby (PAB Tours)

Congratulations Alan Darby (PAB Tours) winner of the Royal Caribbean Blitz competition. Royal Caribbean International’s Ireland team rounded off the summer months with a three-day Caribbean-themed agency blitz at the end of September, visiting trade partners across the island of Ireland. The team also ran an incredible competition which saw Alan Darby (PAB Tours) win an extraordinary Royal Caribbean holiday!


Jennifer Callister (Head of Royal Caribbean in Ireland) alongside Holly Wilkinson (Account Executive) kicked off the Caribbean themed blitz in Cork, followed by visits to Dublin and Belfast. The team invited trade partners into the world of Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay – a $200 million transformation of Royal Caribbean’s existing private island in The Bahamas. What’s more, one of the agents visited, Alan Darby (PAB Tours), who won the Royal Caribbean IE Blitz competition, will get to experience the private island for real when he sets off on his seven-night ‘Western Caribbean and Perfect Day’ cruise holiday for two onboard Symphony of the Seas, courtesy of Royal Caribbean.

Commenting on the trip, Jennifer said: “We travelled over 1,135 kms during our three-day Sales Blitz which took us from Cork to Belfast. The travel agents we visited were blown away by our virtual reality sneak peak of Perfect Day at CoCoCay and we were delighted to offer one of the travel agents the chance to discover this spectacular experience when he visits during his Royal Caribbean cruise holiday next year.”


Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay will deliver the ultimate family destination in the Caribbean when it launches in May 2019: from CocoCay Thrill Waterpark - the most slides found in any waterpark in the Caribbean, including the 135-foot-tall Daredevil’s Peak, the tallest waterslide in North America, to Oasis Lagoon - the Caribbean’s largest freshwater pool, to the pulse-raising sights of the 1,600-foot zip line that criss-crosses the island at up to 50 feet high and features the only water landing in the Caribbean.

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