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Royal Caribbean to introduce wayfinding digital signage across fleet

20th July 2011 | Office Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

New digital and safety signs will be installed across the Royal Caribbean cruise ship fleet to improve guest wayfinding.

The cruise operator is introducing a range of modern enhancement across all of its boats over the next three years, investing around $300 million to deliver added 'wow'.

Digital wayfinding systems will provide details of onboard activities, real-time updates, and customised directions and routing.

Meanwhile, LED Video Walls will be installed across the pool decks to give day and evening programming entertainment.

New office signs will be installed for staterooms across the fleet, while enhancements will be made to the royal babies and tots nursery.

Royal Caribbean International hotel operations senior vice president Lisa Bauer explained: "We are raising the bar across the fleet to offer guests our signature Gold Anchor Service and the world's most innovative cruise ships that sail to exciting destinations worldwide."ADNFCR-2754-ID-800628120-ADNFCR


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