Royal Caribbean International was established when its parent Royal Caribbean Cruise Line merged with a Greek Cruise Line. It came to be known as Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. The company revamped its operations to increase the volume of business. The joint venture between Royal Caribbean Cruise Line and Aker Finn yards located in Finland and Celebrity Cruises, a Greek cruise line heralded it to an international level. It was renamed Royal Caribbean International.
The company continuously brought about innovations in its cruise offerings to attract more customers. It bought two islands where the cruise lines can dock and the passengers may enjoy a change of venue. Every new expansion was met with an increase in the influx of passengers.