Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas is one of the most luxurious and well-appointed cruise ships on the seas. Sailing since November 18, 2001, Adventure of the Seas comfortably accommodates 3,114 passengers. With a remarkable gross tonnage of 138,000 and a length of 1020’, Adventure of the Seas is truly a magnificent vessel. Adventure of the Seas sails year-round with itineraries to the Southern Caribbean and transatlantic cruises.
Adventure of the Seas Recreation
Start your morning with a brisk walk on the ship’s Royal Promenade, the ship’s hub for shops and cafes. The onboard ice-skating rink offers you the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hit the ice on the high seas. With activity options like a full rock-climbing wall, inline skating, full-size basketball court, day spa and fitness center, you’ll never run out of things to do. Practice your swing with golf simulators or perfect your putt at the 9-hole miniature golf course. The Adventure Ocean youth facilities make Adventure of the Seas fun for the whole family, while themed bars and lounges and Casino Royale offer after-hours fun for adults.
Adventure of the Seas Food
Most meals on your Royal Caribbean cruise holiday are included, and Adventure of the Seas offers a wide selection of gourmet food options. Buffet-style meals are served during breakfast, lunch, and dinner hours. More formal dinner seating is also available with a delectable menu of gourmet cuisine. Adventure of the Seas also offers additional restaurant options, including the fun 50s-style diner setting of Johnny Rockets® and delicious Italian food at Portofino Restaurant.
Adventure of the Seas Staterooms
Your stateroom onboard Adventure of the Seas is your ultimate relaxation oasis. Each private stateroom is fully appointed with television, telephone, private toilet and shower, and hair dryer. Choose the stateroom that best suits your needs. Interior staterooms offer all the comforts of more expensive rooms at a value price. Exterior staterooms include a window for spectacular views of the ocean. A private balcony stateroom offers a peaceful, private respite with panoramic views of the scenery outside the ship during your cruise. For the ultimate luxury Royal Caribbean cruise experience, choose a spacious deluxe suite with multiple rooms, private balconies, and additional amenities.
The latest ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet debuting on December 1, 2010, Allure of the Seas is the second largest ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet. At 225,282 tons and 1,187 feet, this behemoth sister ship to Oasis of the Seas can comfortably accommodate 5,400 passengers at double occupancy. Packed from bow to stern, Allure of the Seas is packed with family-friendly activities designed to make your cruise holiday unforgettable. Alternating itineraries to the Eastern and Western Caribbean, Allure of the Seas will stop at Fort Lauderdale, Florida; St. Thomas; St. Maarten; Nassau, Bahamas; Falmouth, Jamaica; Cozumel; and Royal Caribbean's private Haitian beach, Labadee.
Allure of the Seas Recreation
The massive Allure of the Seas is organized into seven “neighborhoods,” making it easier for guests to find the right recreation. In the Vitality at the Sea Spa and Fitness neighborhood, you’ll find relaxing massage suites for both individuals and couples, a youth spa, and a full salon offering hair and makeup services. Stay fit with Allure of the Seas’ onboard fitness center, equipped with 158 cardio and resistance machines, pilates, kickboxing, and yoga classes. In the Pool and Sports Zones you’ll find the H20 Zone aqua park for kids, 4 pools, 10 whirlpools, and a unique adults-only poolside Solarium. Two Flowriders, sports courts, mini-golf, and a zip line offer endless fun.
The Entertainment Place is where the guests go to kick back and let loose. Adults find after-hours entertainment at Casino Royale, Blaze Nightclub, Jazz on 4, and Comedy Live. Musical acts perform at Dazzles, Studio B features amazing ice shows, and the Opal Theatre seats 1,380 guests for live performances of all kinds.
For family fun, Allure of the Seas offers the largest dedicated youth area at sea. Kids let loose at the open gym, have fun while learning at the Adventure Ocean Theater, Science Lab, and The Workshop, where they can learn to scrapbook or make their own jewelry. An onboard nursery service keeps kids safe and active, and the teen area offers underage dance clubs and lounges. You’ll also find a full-size carousel, onboard gardens, and the AquaTheater, a truly unique amphitheatre at sea. Allure of the Seas is also the first to feature the DreamWorks experience, with the How to Train Your Dragon Ice Show and Madagascar Aqua Show.
Allure of the Seas Food
In addition to formal dinner seating, 24-hour room service, and buffet-style service for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Allure of the Seas offers many options for gourmet meals onboard. At the Vitality Café, you’ll find healthy and refreshing snacks. The Solarium Bistro and Wipe Out Café are the place to refuel after water recreation in the Pool and Sports Zone.
Allure of the Seas Staterooms
The 2,700 spacious staterooms onboard the ship offer truly luxurious accommodations. Allure of the Seas features 28 modern loft suites for a unique cruise experience with breathtaking panoramic views. You can also choose between standard interior, exterior, and balcony staterooms. All staterooms onboard Royal Caribbean cruise ships include private bath, shower, television, telephone, and hairdryer.
On Anthem of the Seas,Royal Caribbean reveal the entertainment of the future - a collection of amazing inventions that have never been seen on land or sea. Here, robots dance in unison, and sea views transform to space views in the blink of an eye. Sound is not just heard, but felt head to toe.
The incredible Anthem of the Seas will have all the groundbreaking technology and stunning venues of a Quantum class ship.
Since setting sail for its maiden voyage in July 2002, Royal Caribbean's Brilliance of the Seas has offered passengers an incredible onboard experience. This mid-sized ship offers all of the comforts of a luxury cruise ship. At 90,090 tons and 962 feet, Brilliance of the Seas has plenty of space for 2,501 passengers. Brilliance of the Seas offers breathtaking panoramic ocean views in its glass elevators and the nine-story glass Centrum. The ship travels throughout the world with itineraries to Asia, Europe, the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, the Middle East, and Africa.
Brilliance of the Seas Recreation
Even guests on the longest cruises available will never run out of fun things to do onboard Brilliance of the Seas. Test your skills with a rock-climbing wall or visit the full-sized sports court for a game of basketball or volleyball. Get moving in the fitness center or pamper yourself with the complete day spa. You can even practice your golf swing at the onboard country club with golf simulator. Adults let loose at the ship’s many bars and nightclubs and, of course, Casino Royale. The Colony Club offers a unique experience with a British-style lounge and incredible self-leveling pool tables. You can kick back and relax in the Indian Raj-themed Solarium. During your cruise holiday on Brilliance of the Seas, the kids will have fun and stay active at the Adventure Ocean® youth facilities.
Brilliance of the Seas Food
You’ll enjoy all-you-can-eat gourmet cuisine onboard Brilliance of the Seas during your cruise, and it’s a good thing that meals are inclusive. Brilliance of the Seas offers a wide range of food options to passengers. Enjoy buffet-style dining served during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Twenty-four hour room service is available to all passengers. The Seaview Café offers delicious eats and panoramic ocean views. Brilliance of the Seas also offers specialty dining options, including Portofino Italian Restaurant, Chops Griller, and Latte-tudes coffee bar, serving Seattle’s Best Coffee and specialty coffee beverages.
Brililance of the Sea Staterooms
Relax in your private stateroom, as with all Royal Caribbean cruises, your stateroom will be fully appointed with private bathroom facilities, shower, television, telephone, and even a hairdryer. Enjoy a view of the ocean from your private window with an exterior room. Interior rooms offer all the same comforts as exterior staterooms with added privacy at a great value. For a truly unforgettable cruise experience, choose a stateroom with a private balcony or a deluxe suite.
Empress of the Seas, formerly the Nordic Empress can hold up to 2,020 seafaring adventurers while they enjoy hundreds of fun activities like two swimming pools, three whirlpools, six lounges and one very relaxing ShipShape Spa.
Launched in 1997, Enchantment of the Seas underwent a complete renovation in 2005 which added additional space and recreation to the already remarkable vessel. Enchantment of the Seas is one of smallest ships in Royal Caribbean’s fleet at 80,700 tons and 990 feet with a capacity of 2,466 passengers – but it’s big on fun. Enchantment of the Seas sails to the Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, New England, and the Caribbean.
Enchantment of the Seas Recreation
Enchantment of the Seas features a one-of-a-kind bungee trampoline experience reserved only for the most adventurous passengers. Thrill-seekers will also enjoy the onboard rock-climbing wall. Part of the extensive renovation process involved extending the pool deck, including the addition of suspension bridges and a Splash Deck. The result is a state-of-the-art pool area offering the ultimate in relaxation. For a truly incredible poolside experience, kick back in the Solarium, which features a sliding roof as well as an indoor/outdoor pool. Keep active and stay fit on your cruise holiday with a complete fitness center, or relax after a long day of fun in the full day spa. The Centrum is the ship’s hub for shopping.
For adult passengers, the Casino Royale as well as many themed bars and lounges are the hot spots for late night excitement, including Bolero’s Latin lounge. The kids even have their own place to let loose – Adventure Ocean youth facilities.
Enchantment of the Seas Food
The Windjammer Marketplace onboard Enchantment of the Seas offers a unique twist on the buffet-style dining experience onboard most Royal Caribbean ships. Passengers enjoy all-they-can-eat meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with formal seated dining for dinner. Snacks and sandwiches are available on the 24-hour room service menu. For an additional charge, guests can enjoy specialty dining at Chops Grille or gourmet Seattle’s Best coffee beverages at Latte-tudes coffee house.
Enchantment of the Seas Staterooms
Guests aboard Enchantment of the Seas enjoy luxurious staterooms. Splurge on one of the 36 newly renovated balcony rooms for state-of-the-art comfort. Guests can choose between standard stateroom options, including interior, exterior, balcony rooms, and suites. The family-friendly ship also features unique family cabins with additional space. There are 20 staterooms on Enchantment of the Seas with handicap accessible features to ensure all guests are comfortable and cared for, something which Royal Caribbean Cruises strive to achieve.
Launched in 2000, Royal Caribbean Cruise's Explorer of the Seas is dedicated to family fun and athletic recreation. At 138,000 tons and 1020 feet, the ship accommodates 3,114 passengers, but its innovative design and brilliant use of space ensure that the ship never feels crowded, even at top capacity. Explorer of the Seas sails to Bermuda, Canada, New England in the United States, and the Caribbean.
Explorer of the Seas Recreation
You’ll never run out of activities aboard Explorer of the Seas. With 15,000 square feet of fitness and spa space, Explorer of the Seas will keep you on your feet even during days at sea. State-of-the-art fitness facilities provide a panoramic ocean view so you won’t miss the sights even when you’re working out. Pamper yourself with onboard spa and salon services in the day spa.
The 60’ x 40’ ice skating rink also serves as a concert venue and TV studio. Challenge yourself with onboard rock-climbing on the impressive rock-climbing wall 200 feet above the sea. A full-sized basketball court, in-line skating rink, 9-hole miniature golf course, and golf simulators provide plenty of options for active passengers. For younger passengers, the Adventure Ocean programs provide age-appropriate activities every day. Kids will also enjoy the ship’s playroom, splash pools, video arcade, and teen nightclub.
The Royal Promenade is massive and ornately adorned. Hopping 24 hours a day, the Royal Promenade offers shopping, cafes, parades, and shows. Enjoy Broadway-style shows, ice skating shows, comedy, and musical performances onboard. You can even get married in Explorer of the Seas’ onboard wedding chapel. For after hours fun, adults will enjoy Casino Royale or the ship’s many bars and lounges.
Explorer of the Seas Food
As with all of the ships in Royal Caribbean's fleet, you will have plenty of options when it comes to dining. The ship’s massive three-level formal dining room provides a regal setting for seating dinners onboard. Serving gourmet meals, the formal dining room is perfect for romantic tables for two or entire families. The Windjammer Café offers dining on the run with buffet-style meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For an extra special dining experience, Johnny Rockets restaurant onboard offers 50s-style casual family dining. Portofino Italian Restaurant provides a more refined experience at an additional charge. Snacks and sandwiches are available through the ship’s 24-hour room service.
Explorer of the Seas Staterooms
Your stateroom aboard the Explorer of the Seas is your private place to relax and reflect on your fun-filled days on and off the ship. With 1,557 staterooms, Explorer of the Seas provides the perfect space for your cruise holiday. Family cabins are available as well as Royal Caribbean’s standard interior, exterior, balcony staterooms and suites. With double twin beds that easily convert to queen-sized beds, private bathroom facilities, showers, television, and telephone, your Explorer of the Seas stateroom provides all the comforts of home with an added luxurious twist. For the ultimate in comfort and decadence, suites provide extra space, bathtubs, and other special amenities.
Designed for families, Freedom of the Seas launched to rave reviews in 2006. The largest cruise ship on the seas at the time of its launch, Freedom of the Seas is 160,000 tons, 1,112 feet, and holds 3,634 passengers at double capacity. Offering some of Royal Caribbean’s greatest innovations for family fun, Freedom of the Seas provides a truly unforgettable experience for passengers of all ages. Freedom of the Seas sails alternating routes to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Freedom of the Seas Recreation
The fun never stops aboard Freedom of the Seas. Hit the Royal Promenade for shopping, people watching, an afternoon snack, or the frequent parades and shows. Join a Chefmakers Cooking Academy to meet other passengers and hone your culinary skills. For active passengers, the ship offers a full fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows, jogging track, and group classes. More adventurous passengers will love the rock-climbing wall, ice-skating rink, dedicated sports pool, sports court, and miniature golf course. The FlowRider surfing simulator provides a unique onboard experience, and passengers can even sign up for one-on-one instruction.
Freedom of the Seas is one of the most family-friendly ships in the Royal Caribbean Cruises fleet. At the H20 Zone waterpark, kids have their own pool and a number of other fun water activities. Adventure Ocean youth programs provide age-specific fun for kids of all ages. The relaxing Solarium boasts cantilevered whirlpools and hammocks that simulate dangling over the edge of the ship above the ocean. There’s even a full regulation-sized boxing ring. Shows include Broadway-style reviews, ice shows, comedy acts, magicians, and live music. The nightlife is hopping with Casino Royale, bars, and lounges.
Freedom of the Seas Food
In addition to formal dinner seating, Freedom of the Seas offers delicious buffet-style meals at the Windjammer Café for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The specialty food options onboard are extensive, including a Johnny Rockets restaurant, Portofino Italian Restaurant, Chops Grille steak house, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, and Sorrento’s pizza. Relax and have snacks delivered directly to your stateroom with 24-hour room service.
Freedom of the Seas Staterooms
Freedom of the Seas is a truly modern cruise ship, and this is most evident in the ship’s comfortable, luxurious staterooms. In addition to a private toilet and shower, each room also includes a full-sized flatscreen television with standard and interactive programming. The ship’s 1,817 staterooms includes interior rooms at value pricing, exterior rooms with a magnificent ocean view, private balconies, luxury suites, and premiere family accommodations. Family rooms sleep up to six people comfortably. The remarkable Presidential suite is unique to this Royal Caribbean ship, and comfortably accommodates up to 14 passengers in four rooms with four separate bathrooms and a hot tub. Each room has available wi-fi access.
Launched in 1996, Grandeur of the Seas is one of the smallest ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet at 74,000 tons and 916 feet with a capacity of 2,446 guests. Don’t underestimate this ship, though. What it lacks in size it more than makes up for in comfort and fun. Sailing to the Caribbean, Europe, Western Mediterranean, and Transatlantic voyages, Grandeur of the Seas truly lives up to its regal name.
Grandeur of the Seas Recreation
Onboard Grandeur of the Seas, the action is always happening in the ship’s Centrum, an open atrium filled with shops and bustling activity. Get your daily exercise in the ship’s full fitness facilities with plenty of treadmills, ellipticals, weights and other exercise machines. Treat yourself to full spa services in the ship’s salon and day spa. Passengers can also participate in group fitness classes and healthy living seminars. Climb the ship’s onboard rock-climbing wall if you want a challenge. If you’re looking to relax by the pool, you have several options onboard Grandeur of the Seas, including an indoor pool, outdoor pool, and the relaxing Solarium featuring an indoor/outdoor swimming pool with a modern sliding roof. Adults-only activities include the Casino Royale and eight different bars serving a full menu of drinks. Separate kids recreation programs are available in the Adventure Ocean youth facilities.
Grandeur of the Seas Food
Enjoy delicious gourmet cuisine and great company aboard this Royal Caribbean ship, in the magnificent Art-Deco style formal dining room. For passengers on the go, Grandeur of the Seas offers buffet-style dining at your leisure during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can even have your food delivered right to your room 24 hours a day with Royal Caribbean’s room service. The menu options onboard are seemingly endless, and there’s something for every taste. Visit Café Latte-tudes for a sweet Ben & Jerry’s treat or a Seattle’s Best coffee beverage.
Grandeur of the Seas Staterooms
Grandeur of the Seas’ 975 staterooms are the perfect retreat after a busy day. All Royal Caribbean staterooms include private bathroom facilities as well as televisions, telephones, and mini-bars. Interior rooms offer the best value with all the same comforts and amenities as exterior ocean view rooms. For a magnificent view of the sea during your cruise, choose an oceanview room or a room with a private balcony. Suites offer the ultimate luxury cruising experience.
Experience Harmony of the Seas®— the third of it's kind to join the groundbreaking Oasis class of ships. Harmony of the Seas® will feature the cruise line's seven distinct neighborhoods for which Oasis class is known, and will offer the most amazing collection of experiences, amenities and activities at sea. Guests can test their mettle on the ship's three multi-story waterslides all of which twist and turn over Central Park, then let imaginations soar in the Youth Zone—the largest kids' area at sea. Harmony will also feature a new Bionic Bar on the Royal Promenade, first introduced aboard Quantum of the Seas® and featuring robot bartenders. Interior accommodations also will be outfitted with Royal Caribbean's exclusive Virtual Balconies which offer beautiful views in every stateroom. Additionally, guests onboard will enjoy RFID technology with Royal WOWBands that provide them access to their staterooms as well as make onboard purchases and reservations. Like her sisters, Harmony will also feature the fastest internet connection at sea.
Independence of the Seas is part of the modern Freedom-class of Royal Caribbean ships. Since its launch in April 2008, the 160,000-ton, 1,112-foot ship has offered up to 3,634 guests (per cruise) holidays to the Canary Islands, Europe, British Isles, Western Europe, and the Western Mediterranean.
Independence of the Seas Recreation
The Freedom-class has some of the best programs for kids and families, and Independence of the Seas is no exception. Children aged 3-17 enjoy dedicated facilities for their individual age groups as well as age-appropriate activities. With the H20 Zone kids’ water park, arcade, onboard ice skating rink, and kid-friendly workshops and activities, your kids will have a great time on Independence of the Seas. Babysitting is available in your stateroom for a fee. For older kids, there’s a teen dance club with juice bar. The ship’s family cabins are perfect for accommodating parents with young children.
Just because this cruise is family friendly doesn’t mean adults won’t have a great time, too. Casino Royale boasts 300 slot machines and a variety of table games. An adults-only swimming pool in the Solarium is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Visit the ship’s many themed bars and lounges at night to let loose, or be entertained with late night comedy and disco-dancing. The ship’s Royal Promenade is fun for the whole family with shops, restaurants, and street-fair-style parades.
The fitness facilities and day spa are top notch, as expected on a Royal Caribbean Cruise. A full gym with fitness equipment and group classes is open to all passengers. Try the Flowrider surf simulator or boxing lessons in the full-size boxing ring. Test your rock-climbing skills 200 feet above the sea on the rock-climbing wall. You can also swim laps in the dedicated sports pool, hit the court for a game of basketball, football, or dodgeball, play a round of miniature golf, or visit the spa for a relaxing massage.
Independence of the Seas Food
The three-deck formal dining room aboard this fantastic Royal Caribbean ship serves gourmet food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Specialty dining experiences include the family-friendly 50s-diner-style burger joint Johnny Rockets with outdoor seating, delicious Italian food in Portofino’s, steakhouse style dining at Chops Grille, and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream for an additional fee. Buffet-style food service is available during meal times at the Windjammer Café. Snacks are available 24 hours a day in Café Promenade or delivered directly to your room.
Independence of the Seas Staterooms
Standard stateroom options onboard Independence of the Seas include interior, promenade-view, exterior, balconies, and suites. Special family cabins offer extra space for more than two passengers. Balconies feature a private outdoor seating area with spectacular views, perfect for eating your breakfast al fresco. The magnificent Presidential Suite sleeps 14 with four-bedrooms, four bathrooms, giant private balcony, and hot tub. Every Independence of the Seas stateroom includes a full-size, flatscreen TV, private bathroom with shower, telephone, and extensive wi-fi capabilities.
Jewel of the Seas is one of the most beautifully-constructed ships in the Royal Caribbean Cruises fleet. Launched in May 2004, the mid-size ship is 90,090 tons and 962 feet with a capacity of 2,501. Innovative design that maximizes the space onboard maintains a tranquil setting even at top capacity. Jewel of the Seas sails to the Baltics, Northern Europe, Canada, New England in the United States, the Caribbean, Panama Canal, Central America, and Transatlantic cruises.
Jewel of the Seas Recreation
Jewel of the Seas offers a rich assortment of recreation, entertainment, and fitness options. The full onboard gym offers passengers an assortment of fitness equipment as well as group classes. Challenge other passengers to a game of basketball or volleyball on the sports court. Adventurous passengers will enjoy the onboard rock-climbing wall. Jewel of the Seas also offers a unique onboard country club with golf simulator. The beautiful glass-constructed Centrum spans five decks, and it’s always hopping with group activities, demonstrations, and workshops. Jewel of the Seas offers a full program of family-friendly evening activities, including Broadway-style shows. At night, adults enjoy onboard gambling at Casino Royale, a plethora of bars and lounges, live music, and The Colony Club for billiards with self-leveling pool tables. Kids and teens will enjoy separate age-appropriate programs and activities, including the teen club Fuel, scavenger hunts, and more.
Jewel of the Seas Food
Passengers onboard the Jewel of the Seas have a wide array of options for delicious gourmet food during their Royal Caribbean cruise holiday. The elegant dining room offers 3-course meals for dinner as well as open seating for breakfast and lunch. For a more casual meal on the run, you’ll enjoy a buffet in the Windjammer Café. The Solarium Café features pizza and delicious crepes while the Seaview Café serves unbeatable diner food. For a truly special meal experience, you can enjoy Italian food at Portofino, perfectly prepared steak at Chops Griller, or specialty coffee drinks at Latte-tudes for an additional fee. Room service is available 24 hours a day.
Jewel of the Seas Staterooms
Your stateroom is your private sanctuary onboard the cruise ship, and Royal Caribbean know this. Jewel of the Seas offers the ultimate in luxury and comfort when it comes to staterooms and suites. Options include inside cabins, outside cabins with portholes, balcony rooms, and spacious suites. Enjoy movies and other programming, private bathrooms and shower facilities, mini-fridge, and a safe. For unparalleled comfort, guest suites offer the most space and exclusive amenities such as a whirlpool tub and even a piano.
The Legend of the Seas has a remarkable history. It has traveled to more destinations than any other ship in the Royal Caribbean Cruises fleet since it’s launch in 1995, including Asia, Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific, Alaska, Central America, Caribbean, the Baltic, Mediterranean and the Middle East. The 70,000-ton, 867-foot ship with a capacity of 2,076 guests now sails exclusively to Asia.
Legend of the Seas Recreation
Legend of the Seas offers Royal Caribbean’s standard plethora of recreational options, such as a rock-climbing wall, mini golf course, multiple swimming pools, and complete fitness center with gym equipment and group classes. In inclement weather, passengers enjoy an indoor/outdoor pool with an innovative sliding roof to let the sun in when it’s shining and keep the rain out when it’s not. Nightlife is rich at the Casino Royale and the ship’s bars, which feature live music for dancing and a complete menu of cocktails. Spectacular views through the ship’s many floor-to-ceiling windows mean there’s always something beautiful to see. The ship’s Centrum is the spot for shopping and strolling. The Adventure Ocean youth facilities offer daily programs for children in separate age groups ages 3-17 years old.
Legend of the Seas Food
The elegant formal dining room on Legend of the Seas offers breathtaking views through its stunning glass walls. A grand entryway and chandelier add an air of refinement to your dining experience. Nightly dinner menus offer exotic cuisine as well as delicious favorites. For casual dining, the Windjammer Café serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the go with a variety of options on the many buffet tables.
Legend of the Seas Staterooms
Each and every stateroom onboard Legend of the Seas is designed with Royal Caribbean’s guests’ comfort in mind. Accommodations in every class include private bathroom with shower, a television with free movies, telephone, safe, and hair dryer. Interior rooms offer the same basic comforts as pricier accommodations. Each exterior room includes a window with a front-row seat to the beautiful scenery outside the ship. For added luxury, balcony rooms offer your own private balcony with magnificent ocean views. Suites include additional comforts such as whirlpool tubs, more space, and occasionally multiple rooms.
Part of Royal Caribbean Cruises' Freedom class of cruise ships, Liberty of the Seas is among the most family-friendly cruise ships in the fleet. At its launch in 2007, Liberty of the Seas was one of the largest cruise ship’s on the seas. Its since been overtaken by the Oasis class of Royal Caribbean ships, but the 160,000-ton, 1,112-foot, 3,634 passenger behemoth – which sails to the Caribbean and Western Mediterranean -- remains one of the most popular choices for cruisers of all ages.
Liberty of the Seas Recreation
You will never be bored onboard Liberty of the Seas even on sea days. Innovative recreational features include the rock-climbing wall – a staple on every Royal Caribbean cruise – as well as an ice-skating rink, full-size sports court, full-sized boxing ring (with lessons), mini golf course, Flowrider surfing simulator, and sports pool. The Adventure Ocean kids’ facility offers plenty of options for younger passengers (ages 3-17) to participate in games and activities with other kids, take a DJ class, or dance in the teen club. Kids even have their own pool area and water park, H20 Zone. Cantilevered whirlpools with see-through glass bottoms that hang 100 feet over the ocean offer a unique relaxation spot for adults. The Vitality Wellness Program and complete fitness facility offer plenty of opportunities to stay fit on your cruise holiday. Visit the day spa for a relaxing spa treatment, or blow off some steam after hours at one of the ship’s many bars. Casino Royale boasts over 300 slot machines and 19 tables. If you’re looking for duty-free shopping, the Royal Promenade features a number of shops, restaurants, and more. You can even join a Chefmakers Cooking Academy class and learn to cook like the masters.
Liberty of the Seas Food
The Freedom class of cruise ships offers one of the widest assortments of dining options on the seas. In addition to inclusive meals in the formal dining room, Windjammer Café, and Sorrento’s pizza, passengers have a wide variety of for-fee options for specialty gourmet food. The family-friendly Johnny Rockets Restaurant offers standard American fare like burgers, fries, and milkshakes. Portofino Italian Restaurant offers fine dining with an Italian twist. For a perfectly prepared steak, you’ll love Chops Grille. Visit Ben & Jerry’s after dinner for a delicious ice cream treat.
Liberty of the Seas Staterooms
Liberty of the Seas is one of the most modern cruise ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet, and this is evident in its staterooms. Extensive WiFi capability and cell phone connectivity is available in every stateroom. Full-size flat-screen televisions are also a staple in all staterooms regardless of class as well as private bathrooms. Choose between an inside room, oceanview, balcony, or a deluxe suite for the ultimate in comfort.
Launched in April 1992, Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas has since undergone a transformation. Dry-docked for four weeks in 2007, Majesty of the Seas was reborn and relaunched after a $36 million renovation. Weighing 73,941 tons and 880 feet, Majesty of the Seas carries 2,744 passengers to the beautiful Bahamas and Key West, Florida in the United States.
Majesty of the Seas Recreation
The spa and fitness deck onboard Majesty of the Seas enjoyed some of the most extensive upgrades during the ship's renovation. A full spa and beauty salon offering a complete list of spa services is situated next to the ship's ShipShape fitness facility, which houses a wide range of fitness equipment to keep you in shape on your cruise holiday. Guests also enjoy a full-sized open-air basketball court, two whirlpools, two swimming pools, and an onboard rock-climbing wall. Sailing to Royal Caribbean's private beach paradise, Coco Cay, Bahamas, Majesty of the Seas enjoy volleyball tournaments, line dancing, beach yoga, and a barbecue ashore.
In the evening, the ship bustles with entertainment options including full-scale productions in the Chorus Line Theater, live music and dancing in the ship's many themed bars, and comedy shows. Casino Royale offers onboard gambling with its many table games and slot machines. Youth facilities were also given a full upgrade during the renovation. The Adventure Ocean deck for children ages 3-11 received a full redesign of vibrant colors in partnership with Crayola, Fisher Price, and Lowe's. Kids enjoy a number of activities and a fun facility with a game room, Internet cafe, dance floor, library and cinema. The teen club Fuel for teens aged 12-17 features a DJ booth, dance floor and plasma TV while the connected Living Room lounge offers teens a place to hang out without their parents or younger kids.
Majesty of the Seas Food
Along with the ship upgrades, Majesty of the Seas' dining experience has also been revamped offering healthier, tastier cuisine than ever as part of your Royal Caribbean cruise . In addition to formal dining in the elegant dining room, passengers have the option to dine at the ship's buffet-style Windjammer Cafe for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Sorrento's serves pizza and the Compass Deli serves sandwiches and wraps. Johnny Rocket's 50s-style restaurant offers a fun family dining experience for a fee, while Latte-tudes coffee house offers Seattle's Best Coffee and gourmet coffee beverages. All food aboard your Royal Caribbean is trans-fat free for better health, and vegetarian options are available. For laid-back mornings or afternoon snacks, 24-hour room service is available.
Majesty of the Seas Staterooms
Staterooms onboard Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas are completely renovated for a modern, comfortable cruise experience. Each stateroom has been fully upgraded with new carpeting, drapes, bed coverings, and decadent new beds. Each stateroom also includes a flat-screen television and private bathroom with shower. Cozy interior rooms offer the best value. Oceanview rooms provide a beautiful front-row seat for the breathtaking ocean scenery. Balconies and suites offer the ultimate cruise experience with additional space, private ocean balconies, and extra perks.
Mariner of the Seas is part of a new generation of cruise ships offering state-of-the-art activities and recreation aboard a single massive ship. At 138,000 tons and 1,020 feet with a capacity of 3,114 passengers, Mariner of the Seas isn't just one of the biggest ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet - it's one of the biggest ships in the world. It cruises year round to the Western Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Mexican Riviera, South America, and Antarctica.
Mariner of the Seas Recreation
Despite the beautiful destinations Mariner of the Seas visits, it's hard to leave the ship with so much to do onboard. As part of the Voyager class of cruise ships, Mariner of the Seas promotes an active lifestyle for passengers. In addition to the huge fitness facility with cardio equipment, weights, and various classes, Mariner of the Seas offers an onboard rollerblading rink, miniature golf course, thalassotherepy swimming pool, ice skating rink, rock-climbing wall, basketball court, and golf simulators. Multiple swimming pools and whirlpools offer the opportunity to swim or just relax and catch some sun while listening to live poolside music.
Nightly shows and a "Karaoke Idol Search" competition provide evening family fun. Several nightclubs like the British pub Wig & Gavel, Vintages wine bar, Boleros Latin lounge, and more offer a full menu of cocktails and drinks for after hours, or try your luck at Casino Royale's slots and table games. Stay connected with onboard wifi access and CyberZone computers. The Royal Promenade is always hopping with parades, group activities, and more. This family-friendly ship also offers over 22,000 square feet of space for kids and teens, including the Adventure Ocean facility, Fuel teen nightclub, the Living Room lounge, and the Back Deck outdoor hangout spot. At the end of the day, treat yourself with a professional spa treatment at the spa and salon.
Mariner of the Seas Food
The options for indulging in delicious food are almost endless onboard Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas. Specialty restaurants include Johnny Rockets for burgers and American-style cuisine, Portofino Italian Restaurant or Chops Grille for fine dining, and Jade Restaurant for hip Asian-fusion food and sushi. All-you-can-ear meals in the main dining room, Windjammer Cafe, Cafe at the Promenade, and Brasserie30 are included in your Royal Caribbean cruise ticket, as is room service. Dress in your Sunday best for an elegant meal in the dining room, grab lunch on the run at the Windjammer, treat yourself to a steak dinner at Chops Grille, or lounge in your pajamas and have breakfast delivered to your stateroom - the choice is yours.
Mariner of the Seas Staterooms
Cabins onboard Mariner of the Seas offer the cozy comforts of home and state-of-the-art technology. Beds easily convert from two twins to a luxurious Queen. Interactive televisions allow easy access to room service, pay-per-view movies, and a wide array of channels. Choose an exterior room for a beautiful view of the ocean through a picture window, or take it one step further and indulge in a private balcony. Every stateroom includes a private bathroom with shower. For additional amenities and space, Royal Caribbean offers several magnificent suites, which include bathtubs or whirlpool tubs, private balconies, multiple rooms, and more.
One of the largest passenger ships in the world, Navigator of the Seas weighs a magnificent 138,000 tons and measures 1,020 feet long. Launched in 2002, Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas takes 3,114 passengers to exotic destinations like the Western Caribbean, Eastern Mediterranean, Middle East, and Africa year round.
Navigator of the Seas Recreation
Navigator of the Seas is identical in design and amenities to its sister ship, Mariner of the Seas. With so much onboard entertainment and recreation, you may not want to leave the ship. The ship's design in itself is a marvel with beautiful glass construction and an $8.5 million art collection that consists of 2,213 beautiful pieces. During the day, enjoy the ship's multiple pools and whirlpools, including an adults-only pool area in the ship's Solarium. Stay active with an onboard jogging track; outdoor sports deck with mini-golf and a golf simulator; thalassotherapy pool; full-size sports court for basketball, paddle ball and volleyball; an ice skating rink; an in-line skating rink; and the famous Royal Caribbean rock climbing wall 200 feet over the sea. The ship's spa features a full salon, massage rooms, and a complete list of spa services.
In the evening, a Broadway-style review is performed in the ship's gorgeous 5-story theatre, and Studio B, the onboard ice rink, presents an ice show. This family-friend ship also features over 22,000 square feet of space dedicated to youths, including a teen lounge, nightclub, computer stations, and activity facilities for younger kids. There's plenty of fun for adults, too, with multiple bars and lounges as well as Vegas-style Casino Royale. Stroll the giant mall-like Royal Promenade to visit shops, people-watch, or enjoy a parade.
Navigator of the Seas Food
Royal Caribbean cruises are known for catering to all tastes when it comes to food choices. Navigator of the Seas is no exception. If standard cruise fare is your cup of tea, dine in the elegant three-story main dining room for open seating during breakfast and lunch or more formal seating at dinner. Casual dining is available in the Windjammer Cafe for a breakfast or lunch buffet. Cafe Promenade is the spot for a quick breakfast or a snack. Specialty dining options feature even more choices for a slight fee: Johnny Rockets for burgers and fries; Portofino Restaurant for gourmet Italian cuisine; or Chops Grille for a steakhouse ambiance. If relaxation is on the agenda for the day, have breakfast, a snack, or a limited menu from the dining room delivered to your stateroom via 24-hour room service.
Navigator of the Seas Staterooms
You'll enjoy amazing comfort, relaxation, and modern amenities in your Royal Caribbean stateroom. Navigator of the Seas offers the latest features in all cabin classes - interior, exterior, balcony, and suite. With more balcony rooms than most other Royal Caribbean cruises, it's more affordable than ever to enjoy a private balcony in your stateroom. In addition to a private bathroom with shower, your cruise cabin includes a Queen bed that converts to two twin beds, interactive TV with room service ordering and on-demand movies, hair dryer, and mini fridge stocked with sodas and water (for a fee). Exterior oceanview rooms include a window with a spectacular view of the Atlantic. Suites offer additional amenities for the ultimate luxury cruise experience.
Oasis of the Seas is the next generation of cruise ships. Currently the largest passenger ship on the seas, Oasis of the Seas is an incredible 220,000 tons and 1,187 feet with a capacity of 5,400 passengers. Its common areas are split into 7 distinct neighborhoods, making it easy for you to find your way around despite the ship's enormous size. Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
Oasis of the Seas Recreation
A ship this size has plenty of room for fun, and Oasis of the Seas does not disappoint. As the latest and greatest cruise ship available, Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas offers incredibly innovative recreational opportunities. The Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness neighborhood features a full salon and day spa as well as a gym with 158 cardio and resistance machines, fitness classes, and a full list of spa services. For fun and fitness, visit the Pool and Sports Zone. With four pools and 10 whirlpools, the H2O aqua park designed specifically for kids, and a relaxing poolside Solarium, there's room for everyone to lounge by the pool. For athletes, the Pool and Sports Zone includes two FlowRider surf simulators, full-sized sports courts, mini-golf, and an incredible zip-line.
The Entertainment Place is the spot for onboard entertainment. Try your luck in Casino Royale, catch an ice show or free skate at Studio B ice skating rink, enjoy a Broadway musical, or see live music, comedy shows and more. With 28,700 square feet of dedicated youth space, the Youth Zone keeps kids and teens busy with dancing, activities, computer stations, and more. Childcare is available for a fee, and for the first time ever, kids under the age of 3 are eligible to participate in onboard activities with the Royal Tots and Royal Babies programs. The Boardwalk offers shops, restaurants, and even a full-sized carousel.
Oasis of the Seas Food
Offering more dining options than any Royal Caribbean cruise ever, it's possible to try a different dining venue at every meal for your entire 7-day cruise. As on every Royal Caribbean cruise, the main dining room is open for formal seating at dinner and open seating for breakfast and lunch. The Windjammer Marketplace and its smaller version, Wipe Out Cafe, serve breakfast and lunch buffet-style. Try Sorrento's for a slice of pizza or Cafe Promenade for snacks and sandwiches. For a mid-day treat, you'll love Mondo Coffee Bar, the brand new Cupcake Cupboard, Ice Cream Parlor or Boardwalk Donut Shop. Oasis of the Seas also offers more specialty dining options than any other ship. Chops Grille and Johnny Rockets are old favorites available on other ships. New options include Giovanni's Table for delicious Italian food, the glitzy 150 Central Park, Seafood Shack for fried favorites, or Solarium Bistro for spa-inspired cuisine. For a personalized dining experience, reserve a place at the Chef's Table dining experience which only seats 14 people at each service. Room service is available 24 hours a day.
Oasis of the Seas Staterooms
In addition to standard options of interior, oceanview, balcony rooms and suites with state-of-the-art amenities, Oasis of the Seas offers a new option - loft suites that span multiple decks. Standard staterooms include private bathroom with shower, twin beds that convert to Queen-sized, interactive televisions, and hair dryer. Oceanview rooms include a window, and balconies provide a private space to relax and enjoy the scenery. Suites offer extra amenities like multiple rooms, whirlpool tubs, and more.
Royal Caribbean are proud to announce the name of the third ship in the game-changing Quantum Class, Ovation of the Seas. The name was announced on Thursday 18th September at the steel cutting ceremony which marked the official start of the build of the latest ship in the Royal Caribbean International fleet. Ovation of the Seas is due to launch in mid 2016.
Bringing jaw-dropping transformative spaces, next generation accommodation and more industry firsts to the seas, the first of the new Quantum Class ships will launch in Winter 2014 with a series of Caribbean and Bermuda cruises from Cape Liberty, USA.
Climb into the North Star's jewel-shaped capsule to ascend 300ft above sea level, or take your opportunity to fly at sea in the exhilarating RipCord by iFly® sky diving simulator. Even the new spaces onboard will take you to a whole new level! SeaPlex - the largest indoor active space at sea - is full of exciting activities including high-flying trapeze, roller-skating and the first ever bumper cars at sea!
Another transformative venue we're excited to introduce is Two70°SM. The floor to ceiling, 270° windows provide incredible views and a tranquil atmosphere by day. By night, Two70°SM transforms: the lights go down and the music comes up, immersing you in the centre of spellbinding performance art and dazzling digital scenery!
Radiance of the Seas was the first gas-turbine vessel in the Royal Caribbean fleet, ushering a new era of faster, more efficient eco-friendly cruise ships. With an exterior constructed of half glass, most of the public rooms onboard feature breathtaking views through floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Launched in 2001, the mid-size ship is 90,090 tons and 962 feet with a capacity of 2,501 passengers. Radiance of the Seas cruises to Alaska, the Western Caribbean, Panama Canal, and Central America.
Radiance of the Seas Recreation
Royal Caribbean cruises are fun for guests of all ages and interests. Active cruisers will love the 15,500 sq. ft. ShipShape Spa with magnificent oceanviews. Fitness equipment and classes are available at no additional charge to all passengers. Full spa services are offered in the ship's 12 treatment rooms. For sporty types, the indoor/outdoor country club features a golf simulator, ping-pong, full-sized basketball court, deck games, a 9-hole mini golf course and a jogging track. The Colony Club British-style lounge even has innovative, state-of-the-art billiards tables with self-leveling mechanism. Unique to Royal Caribbean cruises, the rock-climbing wall has five separate climbing tracks depending on skill level and incredible ocean views 200 feet above the sea. The relaxing African-themed Solarium features a swimming pool and two whirlpools and is covered by a retractable glass roof. A wide variety of bars and lounges and the ship's onboard casino offer plenty of opportunities for nightlife. Dancing, comedy, and live music are featured nightly, or simply enjoy cocktails and a magnificent view in the Viking Crown Lounge 11 decks over the ocean. Kids and teens have their own space on the ship in the Adventure Ocean youth facilities.
Radiance of the Seas Food
Royal Caribbean cruises offer delicious, all-you-can-eat cuisine. The main dining room adds an elegant flair to your formal seated dinner with its beautiful staircase, stunning columns, and cascading waterfall. Also open for breakfast and lunch, the main dining room serves a wide variety of foods for all tastes, including healthy and vegetarian options. For fast food and a casual atmosphere, the Windjammer and Seaview Cafes are ideal. Portofino Italian Restaurant and Chops Grille are the ship's specialty dining options. You can also order breakfast and snacks via 24-hour room service.
Radiance of the Seas Staterooms
A majority of staterooms onboard Radiance of the Seas are exterior with stunning views of the ocean, which means balcony and oceanview staterooms are surprisingly affordable. Cabins in all classes include a private toilet and shower, television, telephones, and WiFi capabilities. The ship's 1,034 square ft. Royal Suite includes 172 square ft. balcony, private wet bar, bathroom with whirlpool tub, bidet, and steam room, 42-inch television, and even a baby grand piano.
Rhapsody of the Seas has sailed all over the world, cruising to the Caribbean, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, the South Pacific, and Alaska. The 78,491-ton, 915-foot cruise ship accommodates 2,435 passengers, and it's been sailing since 1997.
Rhapsody of the Seas Recreation
The Centrum, a four-story open atrium, is the ship's hub of excitement with shops, restaurants, lounges, and more. With two swimming pools and six whirlpools, there's plenty of room for swimmers and sunbathers on deck. The Solarium pool even features a sliding room to keep you dry and warm even during the cooler months. If you're looking for a little adventure, Rhapsody of the Seas has an onboard rock-climbing wall, an exclusive feature on Royal Caribbean cruises. Visit the ship's fitness facility for a workout, or make an appointment at the salon and day spa for a haircut, manicure, pedicure, massage, or facial. The ship features eight different themed bars and lounges, including the Viking Crown Lounge atop the ship, which offers breathtaking views. For younger passengers, Royal Caribbean offers the Adventure Ocean program with activities and workshops to occupy them. Casino Royale offers an assortment of slot machines and table games.
Rhapsody of the Seas Food
You'll enjoy delicious all-you-can-eat meals on your Royal Caribbean cruise. The main dining room makes dinner an elegant, formal affair and serves a delicious assortment of healthy cuisine with options for picky eaters and vegetarians. The Windjammer Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and serves a variety of foods buffet-style. Hamburgers and hotdogs are served at an outdoor grill in the Solarium if you'd rather not leave the pool for lunch. For a relaxing meal in your stateroom, room service is available 24 hours a day.
Rhapsody of the Seas Staterooms
Cozy standard cabins include a wide array of amenities, including private bathroom with shower, twin-to-Queen convertible beds, telephones, and televisions with a variety of programming. All cabins include a small sitting area to make your stateroom extra comfortable. Choose an oceanview or balcony room for stunning views of the ocean. Royal Caribbean suites are extra spacious with balconies, bathtubs, and extra special service.
Filled with natural beauty and offering stunning views of the ocean, Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas' unique glass construction includes glass-walled elevators that face the sea. Cruising year-round to the Caribbean since 2003, Serenade of the Seas is a magnificent 90,090 tons and 962-feet with a capacity of 2,501 passengers.
Serenade of the Seas Recreation
A mid-sized ship, Serenade of the Seas offers an impressive array of entertainment, activities, and recreation in a cozy environment. For refined passengers, daily events like wine tasting and photography seminars are educational and entertaining. Nightly productions in the ship's multiple theatres provide family-friendly entertainment. Live music and dancing keep the 10-story glass atrium hopping every evening. If you're looking for a relaxing afternoon in the sun, you'll love the ship's indoor/outdoor Solarium with retractable roof and two whirlpools, or the outdoor pool area with sunshine, live music, and a full bar. Keep active and stay fit in the ship's impressive gym with cardio machines, weights, fitness classes, and a jogging track. For sports enthusiasts, the ship offers a golf simulator, mini golf course, basketball court, and rock-climbing wall. Play a game of pool on the state-of-the-art self-leveling pool tables at the Colony Club. The dedicated youth facilities include an exclusive teen club, activities for kids, kiddie pool and waterslide. A full spa is available for massages, manicures, sauna, and more. At night, hit Casino Royale for slots and cards. Whether you're looking for an intimate nightcap in the Schooner bar or an exhilarating dance club scene at the Vortex spinning nightclub, there are enough bars and lounges to keep you busy all night.
Serenade of the Seas Food
Royal Caribbean dining options are never boring. With eight different restaurant and cafe options, you'll be glad that most meals are unlimited. The main dining room offers traditional formal seating at dinner and serves a varied menu with alternate options for vegetarians and restricted diets. The cascading waterfall in the dining room makes dinner a truly special experience. Don't miss out on the midnight buffet offered once on each cruise. The ship's buffet, the Windjammer Cafe, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the go - no reservations necessary. Despite sharing the space with 2,500 other passengers, the innovative setup keeps crowding and lines to a minimum for quick, delicious meals. At the Seaview Cafe you'll enjoy fast food and gorgeous ocean views. For an extra special meal, book a reservation at Portofino's Italian Restaurant or Chops Grille steakhouse. Coffee beverages are available at Latte-tudes coffeehouse. Room service is also available around the clock.
Serenade of the Seas Staterooms
Royal Caribbean staterooms offer all the comforts of home with some special touches for luxury. From basic interior cabins to decadent suites, every stateroom includes standard amenities like private bathroom and shower, interactive television with a wide array of movies and programming options as well as booking capabilities for excursions, and WiFi connectivity. Balcony rooms and oceanview rooms feature breathtaking scenery right outside your window. Because Royal Caribbean cruises are family friendly, passengers have the option of booking a family suite with multiple rooms and plenty of space for a family to spread out.
With thousands of floor-to-ceiling windows, Splendour of the Seas truly lives up to its name, showcasing some of the most beautiful ocean views in the world. Cruising to Western Europe, the British Isles, Eastern and Western Mediterranean destinations, the Greek Isles, South America, and Antarctica, this 70,000-ton, 867-foot fun ship carries 2,076 passengers.
Splendour of the Seas Recreation
With so much breathtaking scenery, including floor-to-ceiling windows in the Centrum, the ship's beautiful seven-story open atrium, and the Viking Crown Lounge atop the ship, the stunning ocean views are entertaining in their own right. Work off extra calories from the delicious food in the gym, where you'll find treadmills, stationary bikes, step machines, aerobic classes, and weights. Take a swim in one of the two huge pools or relax in one of four whirlpools, including a Solarium pool with retracting glass ceiling. A full spa and salon offers relaxing onboard treatments. The 18-hole mini golf course and massive rock-climbing wall offer fun alternatives to traditional cruise ship activities. At night, the numerous nightclubs and lounges come to life with full bars, live music, and other entertainment. Casino Royale offers onboard gambling with slots and table games. Royal Caribbean cruises are family friendly, and young guests have a space all their own in the Adventure Ocean facilities, where youth-oriented activities are hosted every day of the cruise.
Splendour of the Seas Food
Meals are included on your Royal Caribbean cruise, and you'll want to pace yourself as there are many options. Serving breakfast, lunch, and a formal seated dinner, the main dining room offers a varied menu with healthy and vegetarian options as well as more traditional courses. Casual dining is always available throughout the day in the Windjammer Cafe. Room service is available at no charge for most of the day, and for a small fee during late-night hours. The room service menu offers snacks, sandwiches, breakfast, and a limited dinner menu straight from the dining room.
Splendour of the Seas Staterooms
Your stateroom onboard Splendour of the Seas is where you'll call home for the duration of your cruise, and Royal Caribbean ensures you'll be comfortable. With storage space and a sitting area in all cabin classes, staterooms on Splendour of the Seas feature a wide range of amenities from inside rooms to luxurious suites. Each room has a private bathroom with shower, television, WiFi access, and safe. With 17 different options for accommodations from inside cabins to the ship's Royal Suite, Splendour of the Seas offers the right option for every cruiser.
Vision of the Seas offers the intimacy and ambiance of a smaller ship with lots of big-ship amenities. Sailing to the Baltics, Northern Europe, the British Isles, Western Europe, the Mediterranean, South America, and Antarctica, the 78,491-ton, 915-foot ship transports up to 2,435 passengers on their dream cruise holidays.
Vision of the Seas Recreation
The ocean views onboard Vision of the Seas are enough to keep you entertained for seven days. With glass walls lining most of the public areas on the ship, Royal Caribbean brings the gorgeous scenery into the ship, allowing you to appreciate the stunning beauty outside the ship. The seven-deck atrium, known as the Centrum, offers spectacular views everywhere you turn. Two swimming pools, including the Solarium pool with all-weather retractable glass roof, and six whirlpools offer plenty of opportunities to relax in the sun. The gym is equipped with an assortment of fitness equipment as well as a dance studio where fitness classes are held. The ship's many bars and lounges feature live music and dancing every night, and the many slots and tables in Casino Royale always offer a good time. Kids will love the Adventure Ocean program with lots of activities to keep them busy. A full spa and salon gives passengers a place to relax and unwind after a day of fun at port. Royal Caribbean's exclusive rock-climbing wall is the perfect challenge for adventurous passengers.
Vision of the Seas Food
Royal Caribbean cruises offer a wide range of all-you-can-eat meal options. In the formal dining room, you'll enjoy traditional cruise cuisine like delicious steak, chicken, and pasta entrees as well as alternative menu options for more adventurous foodies or those with diet restrictions. The Windjammer Cafe is a casual, buffet-style eatery with several different food stations to keep crowds moving and avoid congestion. If you'd rather not leave the pool, the Solarium Cafe serves pizza, burgers, and hot dogs until late.
Vision of the Seas Staterooms
Every stateroom onboard Vision of the Seas offers amenities standard to all Royal Caribbean cruises: televisions, telephones, private bathroom with shower, as well as a safe and hairdryer. For a private view of the sea, opt for an oceanview room with a picture window or a balcony room. For extra space and amenities, such as a minibar and bathtub, Vision of the Seas offers several suites.
Voyager of the Seas is the ship that changed cruising forever. At its launch in 1999, it was the largest cruise ship in the world. It was also the first to incorporate many nearly standard Royal Caribbean features, including the now ubiquitous Royal Caribbean rock-climbing wall. At 139,000 tons and 1020 feet, Voyager of the Seas can carry up to 3,114 passengers on each journey to the Eastern Caribbean and Western Mediterranean.
Voyager of the Seas Recreation
Voyager of the Seas was the first mega-ship of its kind. With an ice-skating rink, TV studio, rock-climbing wall, full-size sports court, mini golf course, golf simulator, rollerblading track, and more, Voyager of the Seas made it possible for cruisers to enjoy an exciting vacation without ever leaving the ship. Designed to mirror an upscale mall, the Royal Promenade holds shops, cafes, and even a Mardi Gras parade. With several bars and lounges onboard, there's something for everyone whether you want an intimate pre-dinner cocktail at the Champagne Bar or a fun night of live piano music in the Schooner Bar. During the day, the ship is bustling with bingo, line dancing, educational seminars, rock-climbing contests, crafts, and even matinees in the movie theater. In the evening passengers are thrilled with an onboard ice skating show and Broadway-style productions. The ship's Casino Royale offers 300 slots and a variety of card tables.
If you're looking for a day at the pool, Royal Caribbean does not disappoint. Voyager of the Seas has three pools and six whirlpools, including a relaxing adults-only swimming pool. You can even stay fit in the ship's oceanview gym with fitness equipment, group classes, and a jogging track. Spa treatments are available in the full service salon and spa, which features a hydrotherapy pool. Voyagers of the Seas doesn't leave kids and teens out of the fun. Separate youth facilities offer a cyber cafe, rock climbing, video games, a video arcade, and many age-appropriate group activities throughout the cruise, as well as the teen club Optix. The kids-only splash pool and waterslide give kids a place to play outside without interfering with the peaceful environment at the main pool.
Voyager of the Seas Food
The main dining room onboard Voyager of the Seas is the place to go for traditional meals. Adorned with a crystal chandelier and a grand entrance complete with an elegant staircase, meals in the Voyagers of the Seas dining room are anything but ordinary. The Windjammer Cafe offers a more casual environment with no reservations, buffet serving, and panoramic views of the scenery outside the ship. In the Cafe Promenades you can order a quick continental breakfast as well as sandwiches and pizza. For an extra fee, passengers can enjoy specialty-dining experiences at the upscale Portofino's Italian Restaurant or the laid back and fun Johnny Rocket's. Room service is also available 24 hours a day.
Voyagers of the Seas Staterooms
Royal Caribbean staterooms feature a wide range of comforts and amenities standard in every cabin class, including inside cabins, promenade-view, oceanview, balcony, and suites. Two beds convert to a queen-size bed for your comfort. Equipped with a private bathroom and shower, television with interactive capabilities, WiFi access, minibar and more, your stateroom has everything you need for a cozy stay during your cruise. Voyager of the Seas offers innovative family-size cabin that sleep six and include a second bedroom with bunk beds. Several suite options include extra amenities like access to concierge services, extra space, and additional bedrooms.
After a day of exploring the world, its exotic cuisine and interesting cultures, there's nothing better than returning to the comfort of your private stateroom. They have designed every one of there staterooms to be a comfortable, relaxing place for you to rest after your adventures. The staterooms vary by ship, but every room offers a television, telephone, en-suite facilities, shower, vanity area and even a hairdryer.
Suites offer more room, comfort and luxury. Most come with a private balcony and all include standard features. Some suites even include complimentary concierge service, which includes access to a private lounge as well as personalised service to help with making reservations or other arrangements. Suites are a great way to travel in style and give your family more space, while keeping everyone together. Royal Family Suite can accommodate up to eight people.
Imagine opening your balcony door to see a new and breathtaking part of the world each morning. A stateroom with a balcony is a great way to make your cruise adventure even more memorable and truly take in your destination.
Ocean View Stateroom
Spend the day exploring the world, then come back to your room and don't miss a thing. Take in the spectacular sights and enjoy the beautiful ocean view from the window in your stateroom. All Ocean View Staterooms have two twin beds, which can convert into a queen size double bed, vanity area and en-suite facilities.
Relax in all the comfort of the interior staterooms. These well appointed rooms are excellent value. For an interior room with a view, there are our Promenade staterooms, available on all Voyager Family ships. They offer all the features of a standard stateroom, plus a bowed window overlooking the Royal Promenade.
Whether you want to scale the heights of the rock climbing wall, enjoy a round on the miniature golf course, slip some blades on and take a spin on the world's first ever ice rink at sea, or simply relax and soak up the sun - with Royal Caribbean the time is yours to do as you please.
Perhaps you'll indulge in a little shopping along the fabulous Royal Promenade. Or on the other hand, if your idea of physical exertion is simply turning the next page of your favourite book, our Solarium is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Choose to enjoy a drink by the pool, slip into a relaxing whirlpool, take a leisurely stroll around the deck or discover the rejuvenating pleasures of a relaxing massage, a soothing spa or a seaweed wrap in the largest sea-based health and fitness centre - the magnificent ShipShape® Centre.
With so much choice, you'll find deciding what to do can be an activity in itself.
For kids, there can be no greater adventure than sailing the high seas. And to make it even more special, they created an Adventure Ocean® Youth Programme, specifically designed to entertain children from 6 months to 17 years with an exciting range of fun and educational supervised activities. There's even the added excitement of Adventure Beach - an area especially for families to enjoy together, with a swimming pool and water slide, it's loads of fun!
Adventure Ocean® is specially designed to blend educational activities with just plain fun. Every cruise is different. But one thing never changes: your child will get to learn about local customs, do cool science experiments, and make great new friends.
Family holidays will never be the same again. With Adventure Ocean®, you can do activities as a family, plus parents get some free time to themselves - and children get some time to have their kind of fun. That includes special children-only meals, a TV station with channels just for children, lots of great play areas and even a nightclub for teens. Royal Caribbean cruises are designed to bring families closer together and for everyone to have the time of their life!
To participate in group activities, children must be potty-trained. No pull-ups or nappies, please.
Who is it for?
Adventure Ocean® is a free programme, open to all guests aged 6 months - 17 years. Children are cared for by age: 6 - 18 months, 18 - 36 months, 3 to 5; 6 to 8; 9 to 11; 12 to 14; and 15 to 17 years. If your child wants to join a different age group, they must participate in one day-activity session and one night-activity session with their proper age group first. The Adventure Ocean® Manager and youth staff will then make the decision based on their maturity level.
The People Behind the Programme
Each Adventure Ocean® staff member holds a college degree in education, recreation or a related field, from an accredited college or university, or has qualified equivalent experience in working with children aged 6 months - 17 years.
All are fully trained and certified in children's first aid and have an extensive background in working with groups of children. So relax as your children are in safe hands.
Eat, Drink and Be Merry
For our youngest guests, they offer a children's menu featuring all their favourites: pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs, peanut butter, and macaroni cheese. Kids have their own drinks programmes too. The Unlimited Soda Package lets them purchase a fountain soda/juice package so they can enjoy as many fountain sodas and juices as they want.
On selected nights, the youth staff host dinners in our specialty restaurants. It's a great opportunity for children to eat with other kids and for parents to enjoy a meal alone.
Adventure Ocean® Coupons
All children who participate in Adventure Ocean® will have the opportunity to earn up to three Adventure Ocean® coupons a day by attending the activities. At the end of the cruise, they can trade them in for really cool prizes.
The idea of Adventure Family is for children and their parents to get together and participate in fun onboard activities like ice-skating and karaoke, as well as beach games that are played shore side. It's a great way for the entire family to have fun.
Time for Mum and Dad
As a holiday for the whole family, Royal Caribbean also provides quiet time for mum and dad. That can be during the day, while the children are at their own Adventure Ocean® Programme, or at night, while the children are with babysitters.
For older children, they offer group sitting in the Late Night Party Zone. The service is offered from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. in our youth facilities and children must be at least three years of age. The rate is $5 USD an hour per child.
For younger children, they also offer individual sitting in your stateroom from 8 a.m until 2 a.m. Children must be at least one year old. Rates are generally between $8 and $10 USD an hour, depending on the number of children in your family. Payments must be made in cash. They require 24 hours advance notice and the guests can confirm the service with Guest Relations upon boarding.
From sunrise to sunset and around every corner, there's something exciting for you to do on a Royal Caribbean holiday. On board, try the rock-climbing wall, or how about a workout or a relaxing massage?
Better yet, try your luck in the casino, attend an art auction, or dance the night away in a nightclub. There are even supervised activities for kids. And on land, they offer shore excursions for everything from glacier trekking in Alaska to wine tasting in Tuscany. Best of all, every experience is delivered with there unique GOLD Anchor service.
From the tinkling steel-pan sounds of the calypso band that entertain you around the pool, to the lights, costumes and make-up, and the show-stopping numbers in our fabulous West-End style productions, there's a fantastic variety of entertainment for you to enjoy throughout the day and late into the night.
Take in a show, catch up on the latest movies, chill out with some cool jazz or thrill to one of the incredible ice spectaculars. Whatever you choose to enjoy you'll discover an amazing entertainment experience on board.
There's also a host of superb bars and venues to suit your every mood and occasion - from celebrating with a glass of bubbly in the Champagne Bar to sipping a cocktail in the Viking Crown Lounge.
Perhaps you prefer to chance your luck in the Casino Royale. Try your hand at Blackjack or Stud Poker, have a roll of the dice on the craps table or place your chips on the roulette wheel. And after the thrill of the casino, enjoy the excitement of the nightclub to dance away another magical night.
On a Royal Caribbean cruise you'll discover an incredible choice of the finest cuisine and dining options created to satisfy even the most adventurous of tastes. With over 800 waiters available to pander to your every culinary need, you can always enjoy award-winning cuisine and world-class quality of food and service.
ShipShape® healthy menus offer low fat, low cholesterol options, vegetarian menu choices, ethnic and regional specialities, as well as the more traditional cuisine and an extensive selection of wines. Refreshments are available day and night - choose from formal dining in an elegant restaurant, to open-seating dinners and alfresco dining, to fast food, afternoon teas and ice cream in the Windjammer Cafe.
Room service is available and even private dining in our speciality restaurants can be pre-booked with a simple reservation. Enjoy the perfect steak in the Chops Grille or the atmospheric surroundings of Portofino, our intimate Italian restaurant. Please note: a cover charge applies to dining in speciality restaurants.