Royal Caribbean Cruises has launched a new function on booking platform AirWaves which allows agents to book four staterooms at once.

The enhancement to AirWaves, which was rolled out last year, was brought about following feedback from agents.

According to Royal Caribbean Cruises, the new function will save time, make it easier to secure a live price and generally make packaging easier.

Agents can learn more about how to book up to four staterooms with the new ‘Try Me’ module accessible via Cruising for Excellence and Club Learning on My Club Royal.

The tool enables bookings across Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises.

Amanda Darrington, Royal Caribbean UK & Ireland’s sales director, said the new function on AirWaves was developed to make bookings “quicker and easier”.

She said: “The success of AirWaves is evident in the level of adoption seen since its roll out in November, with usage up 30% on its predecessor, Espresso.

“We are excited to roll out this new functionality and look forward to continuing to work with our agents.

“Our ambition is to make searching and booking our holidays quicker and easier than ever before.”