Technology Partners With Royal Caribbean

Posted on February 17, 2010 by LCT Staff - Also by this author - About the author

NEW YORK —, a global ground transportation provider, has partnered with Royal Caribbean International so guests can book private limousine, sedan, SUV and van service with exclusive rates on a LimoRes/Royal Carribean web page. will begin offering car service at 45 ports and will later be extended to all 481 sea ports at which Royal Caribbean operates.

This new car service option provides Royal Caribbean International guests with an additional level of comfort and service that comes with pre-booking ground transportation with knowledgeable, professional and reliable car service, and limo providers. This option allows travelers to reserve the service online for a ride to or from the airport or cruise port, including prompt curbside pick-up and drop-off by a local driver with GPS equipment to ensure efficient and stress-free travel to the final destination. For an additional fee, customers also can elect to be picked up inside the airport upon arrival. enables Royal Caribbean International guests to make advance bookings and avoid waiting in taxi lines or scrambling at the last minute to find and reserve transportation. founder and CEO Alex Mashinsky added, “Our vision for as the premier affordable global car service coincides with the Royal Caribbean International brand and guest experience. Our services provide value to the customers.”

To take advantage of this service, customers may book online at least two hours prior to their desired pick-up time (times may vary by location). Rates vary depending on the location. is a global ground transportation service operating in more than 172 countries and 5,000 airports worldwide. Its online limousine reservation system provides real-time prices and one bill for more than 14 different car service classes and in four different service levels. For more information, please call 1-888-478-8190 or visit


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