Rhapsody of the Seas
|Line:||Royal Caribbean International|
|Launched:||19th May 1997|
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.