Ropes Courses Incorporated sets sail for Seatrade Cruise Global

Ropes Courses Incorporated (RCI), adventure attraction specialists, will be exhibiting at the Seatrade Cruise Global show in Miami Florida. The company will be presenting its premier adventure products including Clip ‘n Climb climbing walls and Sky Trail aerial attractions.

The show will be taking place from April 9-11th at the Miami Beach Convention Centre. Over 900 exhibitors are scheduled to take part, with expected visitor numbers of 12,000. RCI is currently in 33 countries, as well as on popular cruise lines such as Carnival Cruise, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and Costa Cruises.

RCI will be present throughout the exhibition. The company is looking forward to talking to developers and highlighting their adventure attractions. Benefits such as minimal maintenance, low operating costs and high throughputs make products like Sky Trail a good choice for cruise operators. They also provide an exciting and memorable experience for cruise guests and can be enjoyed by people of all ages and skill levels. Sky Trail is made from marine-grade materials. This ensures increased strength, durability and longevity, even at sea.

RCI’s Sky Trail is a valuable addition for cruise operators.

“We want to showcase to the maritime industry how our adventure products can be valuable assets and drive sustainable growth on both cruise ships as well as at ports of call locations” explains Jon Weston, chief sales officer for RCI. “For any moment in the itinerary, RCI attractions are there to further extend the cruise experience for families of all ages.”

ropes courses incorporated new brand identityRCI already has several projects on the go within the marine industry. The newly renovated Carnival Sunrise will soon set sail with a new Sky Trail attraction. This installation is a 10 pole, 1 level attraction, standing 22 feet tall (6.71m). It includes 20 interactive elements including the seafaring “Walk the Plank” attraction, which extends out above the water for the most adventurous guests. Another ship which will be enjoying the Sky Trail experience is the MSC Gradiosa, which will host a 24 foot tall (7.49m) installation, with 24 elements. The company will be in Florida again later in the year, for the inaugural Cruise Ship Interiors Expo in June. The company’s recent update of its brand identity reflects RCI’s expanding range of innovations and products.

Passengers on another Carnival Cruises ship, Carnival Horizon, have been enjoying a thrilling 24 element Sky Trail course since it was added in 2018.