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About Royal Caribbean Int.

Royal Caribbean is a very modern cruise line, with an emphasis on exciting onboard activities. Its fleet of 26 ships includes the three largest ships in the world in its Oasis class, Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas, and Harmony of the Seas. All vessels boast innovative and unusual attractions and are popular with adventurous travelers who love thrills, as well as families.

The fleet is extremely diverse, so prices can vary drastically. Budget-conscious travelers might prefer older, smaller ships like the Empress of the Seas. Built in 1990, it holds 1,840 passengers and offers a completely different - and much cheaper - experience than the more expensive modern megaships like Freedom of the Seas, or the Oasis class vessels.

Although Royal Caribbean ships sail all around the world, most routes are, perhaps unsurprisingly, focused around the Caribbean. These are mostly short, ranging from 3 to 7 nights, which makes them ideal for families. Caribbean routes often visit beautiful island destinations like the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic.

Routes drop anchor in Coco Cay, Royal Caribbean's private island. With calm, clear blue waters and white sandy beaches, it's a relaxing destination which offers guests the chance to snorkel or splash around. Royal Caribbean is also well-known for its Cuban voyages, with some trips passing the night in Havana to give passengers the chance to explore. Other routes on offer include the Far East, and a 14-night South Pacific journey that runs north from Sydney, Australia, to Singapore.

Shore excursions follow the common Royal Caribbean trend of offering adventurous activities, including waverunner tours, kayaking, and parasailing. Snorkelers can explore the replica of a wrecked Spanish galleon, found a short distance from the shore. Other exciting excursions include a sunset rum tasting cruise in Bermuda and an unforgettably thrilling jetpack experience in Aruba.

As the older ships in the fleet are regularly refurbished and updated, so a selection of the adventurous activities that Royal Caribbean cruises are known for can be found on all vessels. All ships offer a rock climbing wall and enormous pool complexes, and on the modern megaships, attractions include surf simulators, bumper cars, ice skating rinks, and indoor skydiving.

Thrill-seekers will love Royal Caribbean ships. Nowhere else on the high seas can these kinds of wild, unusual activities be found. For those who don't want to get their adrenaline levels up, the ships offer relaxing spas and a number of quieter activities, like bingo, trivia competitions and wine tasting sessions.

There's plenty to keep the kids busy, too. Royal Caribbean has a partnership with DreamWorks, so characters from popular animated films like Kung Fu Panda and Shrek are available at breakfast and for selected photo ops. Larger ships have water parks for children, with water cannons and plenty of options for splashing about.

During the summer months, expect to find the ships full of families. The Adventure Ocean Youth Program has activities for kids and teens aged 3-17, and family-oriented shore excursions, such as paintball in St. Lucia and laser tag in the ancient Mayan ruins of Cozumel, Mexico, are a common feature of Royal Caribbean cruises.

Accommodation can vary a lot from ship to ship and class to class, but the largest and grandest suites have outdoor hot tubs and grand pianos. On some ships, even inside cabins have a view, overlooking the promenade. On others, Virtual Balconies stream real-time footage of the deck. All rooms include TV, refrigerator or minibar, bathroom with shower, vanity area and hairdryer. Booking a suite will give priority check-in and departure, to enhance what’s sure to be an action-packed Royal Caribbean cruise.

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Enchantment of the Seas
Night Bahamas
Fri Sep 21 - Mon Sep 24 (3 nights)
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Port Canaveral (Orlando), Florida Nassau, Bahamas Cococay (Cruiseline Private Island) Port Canaveral (Orlando), Florida
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Fri Sep 14 - Mon Sep 17 (3 nights)
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Miami, Florida Nassau, Bahamas Cococay (Cruiseline Private Island) At Sea Miami, Florida
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Cruise Ships of Royal Caribbean Int. Cruises

Adventure of the Seas

Adventure of the Seas, one of Royal Caribbean International's Voyager-class ships, is perfect for families seeking a fun-filled sea voyage will plenty of onboard activities and spacious and stylish accommodation. With a passenger capacity of 3,807 and a crew of 1,185, Adventure of the Seas offers a selection of suites and staterooms to cater for all family sizes and budgets.

Adventure of the Seas sails around the Caribbean, as well as providing a "Canada and New England" itinerary, which takes in breathtaking sights of Maine's iconic lighthouses, New York's most famous landmarks, and the Victorian atmosphere of Halifax. Caribbean voyages range from 6-8 nights, and explore the crystal-clear waters of St. Maarten, stunning exotic beaches of Antigua, and the tropical plantations, waterfalls, and valleys of St. Lucia.

Built-in 2001 and at an astonishing length of 1,020 feet, Adventure of the Seas has recently gone under extensive renovations which include the addition of Royal Caribbean's exhilarating and infamous surf simulator, a spectacular outdoor movie screen for watching all the classics under the stars, and ship-wide Wi-Fi so passengers can surf the web at ease.

There are 1,557 beautifully decorated staterooms, all featuring a private bathroom with a shower, a sitting area with a TV, a vanity area with a hairdryer, and a telephone and safe. Ocean view and balcony staterooms are also available. For added indulgence and luxury, a selection of suites with complimentary concierge service, spacious private balconies, and upgraded luxury facilities like a bathtub are also available.

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Allure of the Seas

Allure of the Seas, one of Royal Caribbean's Oasis-class ships and one of the largest passenger ships in service, is ideal for families and couples alike who seek the “wow-factor” for their next vacation. With a whopping length of 1,187 feet, Allure has taken luxury and state-of-the-art facilities to a whole new level, from flat-screen TVs in every cabin, an indoor skating rink, and an enormous shopping area the length of a football field.

Itineraries for the Allure of the Seas take passengers across the Caribbean. Guests may soak up the breathtaking views of the luxury houses and yachts on Fort Lauderdale's Millionaire's Row, witness baby turtles hatching amidst the tropical blue lagoons of the Bahamas and discover the pristine white beaches and wildlife in Honduras.

Built in 2009, Allure of the Seas accommodates 6,780 passengers and 2,100 crew members. Onboard facilities also include a multitude of authentic cuisine restaurants, an exhilarating zip line above the broadway, a carousel, and various nightclubs and bars.

There are 2,706 staterooms onboard, all elegantly decorated and equipped with a private bathroom featuring a shower, a sitting area including TV, safe and telephone, plus a vanity area complete with hairdryer. Ocean-view and balcony staterooms are also available. For added luxury, a selection of suites with complimentary concierge service, spacious private balconies, and upgraded luxury facilities like a bathtub are also available. Allure of the Seas is the perfect cruise for a memorable Caribbean adventure.

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Empress of the Seas

The Empress of the Seas is a one-of-a-kind cruise that offers an authentic Cuban theme. It’s ideal for couples, families and everyone who appreciates a taste of the exotic. The cruise ship was launched by Royal Caribbean Int. in 1990, fully refurbished in 2015 and holds approximately 1600 passengers, with over 600 crew to offer premier service.

Itineraries include 4 and 5-night cruises to Havana, Florida, Key West and Mexico, from Miami. Guests enjoy a range of exciting shore excursions, including discovering Havana’s atmospheric plazas, seeing the San Pedro de la Roca Castle in Santiago de Cuba, exploring waterfalls in Cienfuegos and cenotes in Cozumel.

On board, Empress of the Seas offers newly re-designed interior and oceanview staterooms with amenities such as spacious wardrobes, individual climate control and nightly turndown service. For added luxury, guests may choose suites with extra space and private balconies. Staterooms are also available to cater for people with special needs and extended groups or families.

Entertainment ranges from a Bolero lounge for Cuban cuisine and music, to fitness classes, a spa, boutiques, live bands, outdoor movies, pool parties and dance lessons. Children are well catered for, with a games arcade, youth programs and swimming pools. For dining, guests may indulge in room service, multi-courses in the Main Dining Room, prime steaks at Chops Grille and a specialty menu at Chef’s Table, among many options. The Empress of the Seas offers Cuban-themed excitement, both on and off the cruise ship.

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Enchantment of the Seas

Enchantment of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean Int. Vision-class cruise ship, was first launched in 1996. The ship journeys throughout the Caribbean, sailing out of Galveston, Miami and Port Canaveral. With 11 decks, Enchantment of the Seas caters to 2,252 passengers and there are 840 crew members onboard. This is a family-friendly cruise ship, with something for everyone to enjoy.

From short 3-night itineraries to a week or more, ports of call include sundrenched destinations such as the Costa Maya, Cozumel, Nassau and CocoCay, which is an island reserved exclusively for guests of Royal Caribbean. Shore excursions here include snorkeling, riding waverunners and visiting an aquapark. In Cozumel, guests having the opportunity to drive a mini-submarine and, in the Costa Maya, explore the Mayan ruins.

There are 19 cabin types to choose from onboard this ship. This includes inside staterooms, outside staterooms, balcony staterooms, and a variety of suites. The suites on offer are the Royal Suite, Royal Family Suite, Owner’s Suite, Junior Suite, and Grand Suite, all of which have a balcony. The Royal Suite truly is fit for royalty, featuring a baby grand piano, whirlpool bathtub, and separate living room.

Dining highlights include prime steaks at Chops Grille and world flavors at Windjammer. In terms of entertainment, guests may enjoy outdoor movies, dance classes, a games arcade, original productions in the theatre, a rock climbing wall and numerous bars and lounges. Finally, children certainly don’t miss out on the Enchantment of the Seas, with an award-winning youth program suitable for all ages.

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Explorer of the Seas

Explorer of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean Int. cruise ship, was built in 2000. The ship accommodates 3,114 passengers, with 1,180 crew members on board. It currently sails to the South Pacific, North America, Australia & New Zealand and Alaska, as well as taking passengers on the popular Ocean Voyages tour.

Highlights include surfing at the iconic Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, exploring the beautiful botanical gardens in Victoria, Canada, and delving into the fascinating history of the American Gold Rush in Skagway, Alaska. Explorer of the Seas caters to families, with many facilities available for children and teens, to keep them occupied on sea days.

This includes award-winning play areas for children of all ages. There’s a dedicated hangout area for teens aged 12 to 14 and 15 to 17, with sports tournaments, a DJ academy, discos, pool parties, and special spa treatments. Entertainment options for everyone include an ice rink, a cinema, boutiques, a theater and an art gallery. Guests can also enjoy the fast-paced surf simulator, iconic rock wall, vitality spa, gym, adult-only solarium, and whirlpool.

Accommodation options are varied, offering plenty of space and comfort. Groundbreaking virtual balconies enable guests to watch breathtaking views of each port and the sea while in their bedroom. Guests looking for something more lavish may want to stay in one of the seven suites. To top off an exciting cruise ship experience, Explorer of the Seas offers a vast range of cuisine from across the globe, at various eateries on board.

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Freedom of the Seas

Freedom of the Seas, by Royal Caribbean Int. was, at its 2006 launch, hailed as the biggest cruise ship in the world. Although it can no longer claim that title, it's still a behemoth of a vessel, measuring 1112 feet, and carrying 3,782 passengers and a crew of 1,360. The Freedom-class ship may not be the largest in the fleet anymore, but it still feels modern and fresh, offering a delightful, family-friendly experience.

Itineraries include 6 to 8 night Caribbean journeys on Freedom of the Seas. These voyages depart from Fort Lauderdale and explore the Eastern or Western Caribbean. Passengers can scuba dive in the clear blue lagoons of Costa Maya, Mexico, or explore old sugar plantations in Basseterre, St. Kitts. Children love the attractions on offer in Royal Caribbean's private island, Labadee, where suite passengers can enjoy an exclusive beach club.

Freedom of the Seas offers an extremely child-friendly experience, with plenty of fun onboard like the FlowRider surf simulator and H20 Zone water park. Adults won't feel left out, either. There's an adults-only Solarium pool, a rock climbing wall, a casino, and a luxurious spa with 17 treatment rooms.

The ship offers 1,894 staterooms, of which 880 have private balconies. Each have Wi-Fi, a refrigerator, flat screen TV, hairdryer and safe. Suite passengers enjoy premium toiletries, bathtubs, and, in the spectacular Royal Suite, a marble whirlpool tub, hot tub and baby grand piano. There are also several suite options designed specifically for family groups and 33 wheelchair-accessible staterooms, making Freedom of the Seas a cruise ship for everyone.

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Navigator of the Seas

Navigator of the Seas, a Voyager class ship owned by Royal Caribbean International, offers a luxurious way to experience the tropical wonders of the world. The ship is ideal for transatlantic travellers, with popular routes including the Mediterranean, Western Europe, and the Caribbean.

Navigator of the Seas offers fun for all the family, with entertainment such as a theater showing shows straight from Broadway, an ice rink and an outdoor cinema screen. The seven restaurants onboard take inspiration from local cuisines as they cater to every taste with Italian, Japanese and American dining experiences, to name a few.

With capacity for 3,272 passengers and 1,213 staff, customer satisfaction is ensured onboard the ship. The ship is home to 1,636 cabins, with ground-breaking virtual balconies available in many interior cabins so no-one misses out on the stunning views on offer, making the comfortable staterooms feel even more spacious. Family suites are available to keep families united in a luxury functional cabin. In addition to a café promenade, a video arcade and four pools, the ship also includes an award-winning children's club, teen zone and an adults-only pool.

Built in 2002, the Navigator of the Seas is an ideal way to view stunning landscapes and discover new places on both sides of the Atlantic, with its popular ports of call including Portugal, Morocco and Miami. Passengers can explore the Sao Jorge Castle in Lisbon, Portugal, the Maya temples of Cozumel, Mexico, and the Old Kabash ruins in Agadir, Morocco.

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Grandeur of the Seas

Grandeur of the Seas, operated by Royal Caribbean Int. was launched in 1996 and holds up to 2,400 passengers, with 802 crew members onboard. The cruise ship caters to all ages, with fantastic facilities for children and adults alike. Journeys encompass the southern Caribbean, Canada and the USA.

Popular itineraries range from 7 to 12 nights and ports of call include Antigua, St.Maarten, Halifax and Portland. Shore excursions are a highlight and guests can experience snorkeling with tropical fish in Bridgetown, Barbados, the historic Freedom Trail in Boston, Massachusetts and the history of NASA in Port Canaveral, Florida.

Cabins onboard Grandeur of the Seas cater to all ages and there are rooms designed for families. There are five types of cabins available, including interior staterooms, ocean view staterooms, balcony cabins, junior suites and suites. The Royal Suite is the most prestigious, at 1,119-square-feet with a 128-square-foot balcony. It comes complete with a whirlpool bathtub, baby grand piano, a big living room with a double-sized sofa bed, and a king-sized bed in a separate bedroom.

There are six restaurants on the ship, with 24-hour room service also available. Guests can also enjoy a coffee break at one of the cafes. Cocktails, premium liqueur, and vintage wines are aplenty in a range of bars and lounges. Fantastic entertainment is a popular feature, including West End-style productions and an onboard casino. Daytime activities include spa treatments, swimming, running, and rock climbing, with specific organised fun for children, ensuring everyone is occupied at sea.

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Harmony of the Seas

Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, provides the ultimate Royal Caribbean Int. cruise vacation. The ship was built in 2015 and accommodates 5,479 passengers, with 2,394 crew members onboard. This cruise ship caters to all ages. It’s a great choice for families, with a range of accommodation available and award-winning fun for kids and teens.

Harmony of the Seas visits the Bahamas, Bermuda, and the Caribbean across a wide variety of itineraries. Highlights include relaxing on the pristine golden beaches of Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas, experiencing the French and Dutch cultures in Philipsburg, St Maarten, and riding the world’s longest zip line over water in Labadee, Haiti.

Accommodation options are varied, with Royal Class suites, Central Park View Balcony rooms, Boardwalk View Balcony rooms, Virtual Balcony rooms, and Larger Staterooms. The Virtual Balcony rooms are one of a kind, featuring LCD screens that stream real-time footage of the view from the deck directly into the room.

There are eight onboard dining options, including the Coastal Kitchen, Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine, Izumi, Sorrento’s Pizzeria, Sabor, Boardwalk Dog House, Windjammer Marketplace, and the Main Dining Room. There are a number of casual cafes on the ship, as well as the healthy, feel-good Vitality Café.

Entertainment and activities are just as diverse. The Aqua Theater is unlike anything else at sea. Shows range from ice-skating to musicals. The Harmony of the Seas features the tallest slide at sea, boutique shopping, video games, zip lining, mini golf, a sports court, rock wall, gaming arcade, ice rink, a spa and adult-only solarium for an action-packed cruise.

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Vision of the Seas

Although not as large as some of the mega ships in the Royal Caribbean Int. fleet, the 915-ft. Vision of the Seas is still bursting with amenities and facilities to entertain all ages. With 2,050 passengers and a crew of 742, the Vision-class vessel offers a more intimate version of the company's famously extravagant cruise experience.

Vision of the Seas sails to beautiful destinations, including in the Caribbean and the Mediterranean. The 12-night Mediterranean Greek Isles voyage takes in the celebrity favorite of Cannes, France, docks at the party island of Mykonos, Greece and stops in Santorini for wine tastings and sea kayaking. It also visits the fortress city of Valletta, Malta, where guests can tour the famous blue grotto.

Vision of the Seas was launched in 1998, but in a 2013 dry dock it was heavily refurbished. Its 993 staterooms were modernized, and they include flat screen LED TVs, safes, and hairdryers. There are 13 categories of cabin, including options for families. Suites include bathtubs and minibars. All suites come with an iPad that can be used to reserve activities or surf the web.

Vision of the Seas has a casino, several bars, and a poolside screen showing movies and sporting events. The adults-only Solarium has a private pool for those who want to escape the crowds, and the spa and fitness center are well-equipped. Youngsters will be kept busy in the Adventure Ocean center, which has activities for kids and teens, making a cruise on Vision of the Seas great for all ages.

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Independence of the Seas

Independence of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean Int. Freedom-class cruise ship, has the wow-factor. With an abundance of activities and dining choices, guests of all ages are thoroughly entertained. This ship is a great choice for families, as it boasts a host of kid-friendly activities. It accommodates 3,634 passengers, with 1,360 staff members and entered service in 2008.

There are many cruise itineraries that take place on the Independence of the Seas, such as the ‘Western Caribbean’ cruise and ‘Taste of Paris & Bruges’ cruise. Shore excursion highlights include exploring the volcanic landscapes of Lanzarote and climbing to the top of Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park in Basseterre, St Kitts.

There are 25 cabin types on this ship, split into four main categories. The most cost-efficient option is the Inside Stateroom, with family interior staterooms and promenade staterooms available. Balcony Staterooms are also available and, for something more lavish, guests may choose one of the six suites.

There are 22 bars and ten eateries on the Independence of the Seas. Dining options include Johnny Rockets, Chops Grille, Giovanni’s Table, and Sorrento’s Pizza. From Café Promenade to Ben & Jerry’s, there are casual eateries too. 24-hour room service is also available. Bars include the Champagne Bar, Vintage Wine Bar, and Dog & Badger.

Entertainment and activity options are varied, with everything from ice skating shows to ‘Grease, the Musical’ on stage. There’s also a kids’ water park, as well as mini-golf, surfing, and rock climbing. Guests can watch movies by the pool, shop in a wide range of boutiques, and place bids on incredible artwork during one of the auctions, to complete an action-packed cruise.

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Voyager of the Seas

A pioneering cruise ship, Voyager of the Seas was the largest of its kind when it was built in 1999. The first ship to feature a rock climbing wall, concert arena, and ice skating rink, Voyager of the Seas set a new standard for international ocean cruising. After a major refurbishment in 2014, which added an onboard surfing simulator, virtual balconies in inside staterooms, and 3D movies, this remarkable ship continues to impress.

Catering to 4,269 passengers, and featuring a crew of 1,176 staff members, Voyager of the Seas is a member of Royal Caribbean International’s fleet. A unique aspect of this cruise ship are the 81 Inside Staterooms with virtual balconies. These state-of-the-art cabins offer guests a live view of the outside scenery. Other options include Oceanview Staterooms and Balcony Staterooms in various sizes, and suites designed for families. In fact, Voyager of the Seas is ideal for family vacations, offering an abundance of activities for children of all ages, with dedicated spaces for kids and teens

This 15-deck cruise ship features six main restaurants that range from elegant to casual, nine bars and pubs, and an array of entertaining facilities. The 40-foot long Flowrider surf simulator lets guests catch a wave without leaving the ship, while the sun-soaked pool deck features three swimming pools and six whirlpools. Once night falls, guests can have fun in the casino or take in a spectacular ice skating show. Voyager of the Seas departs from Hong Kong, Singapore, and Sydney for cruises through the South Pacific, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

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Anthem of the Seas

Anthem of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean Int. Quantum-class ship, is perfect for couples and families who enjoy world-class dining, awe-inspiring entertainment and state-of-the-art technology, along with spacious and stylish accommodation. Anthem of the Seas sails throughout the Caribbean, Europe, Canada, Alaska, Mexico, Hawaii and Bermuda.

Ports of call include exciting destinations, such as Bridgetown in Barbados, CocoCay in the Bahamas, Italy’s Rome and the Costa Maya, in Mexico. Shore excursions encompass adventure activities, gourmet explorations and cultural sights. Passengers enjoy seaplane trips to discover glaciers in Alaska, rum tours in Antigua, dolphin encounters in Cozumel and Segway tours in Bonaire, among a wide variety of options.

A new ship only built in 2015, at an astonishing length of 348 meters with capacity for 4,180 passengers, Anthem of the Seas exceeds expectations with its facilities. Over 14 restaurants feature two A-list chefs, a theatre brings breathtaking performances to life and there's even a skydive simulator for an exhilarating, free-fall experience. Guests also enjoy a spa, pools, bars, lounges and roving live entertainment.

There are 2,090 beautifully decorated staterooms with 1,570 including balconies. All staterooms feature a private bathroom with a shower, a vanity area with a hairdryer, and a sitting area with a TV, safe and telephone. Anthem of the Seas adds indulgence and luxury, with three tiers of suites which include complimentary concierge service, private and spacious balconies, and upgraded luxury facilities, like bathtubs. Anthem of the Seas is a great cruise for luxury, adventure and excitement.

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Jewel of the Seas

For the traveler seeking a classic cruise experience, Royal Caribbean’s Jewel of the Seas offers a traditional option that’s sure to please. This Radiance-class ship, launched in 2004, may not be as cutting-edge as some of its siblings, but it is ideal for budget-conscious travelers who nevertheless want plenty of entertainment and activities for both adults and kids.

Jewel of the Seas sails various European and Caribbean itineraries. One seven-night loop around the Southern Caribbean starts in San Juan, Puerto Rico, passing through Bridgetown, Barbados and Fort-De-France, Martinique. Shore excursions give passengers the chance to explore these tiny islands, with historical tours of old plantations or modern water sports on offer for those who want to experience more.

The 962-ft. Jewel of the Seas carries 2,112 passengers, with a crew of 859. All cabins have a TV, hairdryer, safe and dressing table area. The bathrooms in standard staterooms have showers, while passengers in suites can enjoy a bathtub. The Grand, Owner's and Royal Suites - the finest on the ship - have personal concierges and exclusive cocktail parties.

Onboard, passengers can enjoy a huge fitness area, a well-equipped spa, and pools both on deck and in the glass-topped solarium. For night time, there are regular live music performances and a casino. Daytime activities include quizzes, language classes and, for an extra price, wine and beer tasting sessions. Kids can avail of the Adventure Ocean program, with a huge dedicated area including a slide and splash pool and a wide variety of age-appropriate activities.

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Oasis of the Seas

Oasis of the Seas, an Royal Caribbean International Oasis-class cruise ship launched in 2009, offers award-winning entertainment and activities for the whole family. At an impressive 1,186.5 ft in length, and accommodating up to 5,400 passengers, with 2,394, Oasis of the Seas sails through picturesque routes including the Eastern and Western Caribbean and West Mediterranean.

Oasis of the Seas truly has something to entertain everyone including an aqua park, a Dreamworks experience where children can meet and play with their favorite Dreamworks characters and an award-winning kids club. Adults are well-served too with a casino, a 3D movie theatre and a grand theater showing award-winning musicals straight from Broadway. The adults-only solarium is an onboard oasis and a section of the spa is dedicated just for teens to ensure the ship caters to everyone on board.

Oasis of the Seas has 2,742 cabins, all with luxury bedding. Balconies are available facing both the exterior and interior, offering scenic views of the Central Park and seaside Boardwalk at the heart of the ship. Virtual balconies are also available in some cabins to provide an immersive sailing experience. Royal suites are available for those seeking true luxury and VIP treatment. At mealtimes, passengers have a choice of fine dining options from 12 food locations including sushi from Izumi, traditional Italian from Jamie's Italian and delightful desserts from the cupcake cupboard.

Oasis of the Seas cruises visit delightful destinations including Puerto Rico, Jamaica and Florida, giving passengers opportunities to explore the amazing wildlife reserve in Port Canaveral, Florida and experience the luminous lagoons in Falmouth, Jamaica.

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Ovation of the Seas

The extra-large Quantum-class Ovation of the Seas measures 1,138 feet and carries approximately 4,180 passengers. Launched in 2016, Ovation of the Seas is the joint fifth-largest cruise ship in the world. This enormous floating resort provides plenty of fun for families who want a holiday with all the modern amenities they could ask for.

Ovation of the Seas follows Asian itineraries. A number of routes are available, ranging from short two-night cruises to the nine-night Best of Japan option. In Fukuoka, Japan, guests admire the cherry blossoms and visit traditional shrines, while a shore excursion in Nha Trang, Vietnam, allows passengers to snorkel in clear blue waters.

The ship boasts 2,090 staterooms, with a crew of 1,500. These are some of the most luxurious and spacious cabins in the entire Royal Caribbean fleet, and even the inside rooms have virtual balconies displaying real-time ocean views. There are a number of suites and family accommodations available, including spa suites for guests who want to take full advantage of the ship's state-of-the-art spa.

Ovation of the Seas offers incredible entertainment options, including the North Star capsule which lifts passengers 300 feet above sea levels for amazing bird's eye views, the Ripcord by iFly which gives guests a virtual flying experience, and the Bionic Bar, where robots prepare beverages.

More traditional cruise options include the spa, casino, fitness center, and swimming pools. There's more than enough to keep the kids busy, too, including a partnership with Dreamworks that allows youngsters to meet some of their favorite characters. Ovation of the Seas is a thrilling cruise ship for all ages.

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Liberty of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Liberty of the Seas has allowed guests to truly experience the thrill of freedom since 2007. Taking passengers on a seven-night trip around the Caribbean, the ship can house an incredible 4,356 passengers along with 1,360 crew, making for a lively atmosphere with help at hand any time of the day.

Setting off from Galveston, Liberty of the Seas’ main ports of call are Roatan, Cozumel, and Costa Maya. Roatan, the largest of the Bay Islands of Honduras, is a watery paradise for those keen to try snorkeling or go swimming with dolphins for some family-friendly fun. Cozumel, in Mexico, is well known for its Mayan ruins, but has equally impressive reefs and underwater caverns with a bustling nightlife to boast of in the evenings.

Liberty of the Seas has plenty of activities to keep guests busy while at sea, with a surf simulator and mini golf facilities, an ice-skating rink, and pools for kids as well as adults. At night, live performances range from Broadway and theater performances to live bands and plenty of dancing. Refreshments are available in a wide range of cafes, restaurants, and bars.

Rooms of all shapes and sizes are available to suit individual budgeting needs. Staterooms come in a variety of options, allowing guests to find their perfect match without compromising on comfort. Guests looking for a splash of extra luxury may consider one of the suites, ideal for families, groups, or couples looking for something more special to remember.

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Quantum of the Seas

One of the largest cruise ships in the world, the Quantum-class Quantum of the Seas was launched in 2014. Like many of the Royal Caribbean Int. megaships, it offers an incredible, resort-like experience at sea, with cutting-edge activities and entertainment to suit the whole family.

There are a number of four or five-night itineraries available aboard Quantum of the Seas. Although routes vary slightly, they depart from Shanghai and visit the Japanese islands. In Fukuoka, passengers can explore the legend of the samurai, while a trip to Okinawa enables guests to try the famous, uniquely healthy cuisine of this island.

Quantum of the Seas measures 1,141 feet and carries about 4,216 passengers and 1,500 crew. Of the 2,090 cabins onboard, 1,570 have balconies. All the inside staterooms have virtual balconies, which are floor-to-ceiling flat screens showing real-time ocean views. Each spacious cabin includes a hairdryer, safe, and refrigerator/mini-bar. There are a number of family suites and interconnecting cabins.

From the production of "Mamma Mia!" at the theater to bumper cars and a roller-skating rink, this ship is absolutely packed with options to keep the whole family happy and busy. There are three pools, one of which is adults-only, and the H2O Zone for kids, with a wave pool and splash pool.

The cruise ship also features a skydiving simulator, surf simulator, rock climbing wall, and the North Star glass observation pod, which rises 300 feet above sea level to offer stunning panoramic views. There's also a spa, enormous fitness center, and two-floor kids' zone, with a Dreamworks theme to add to the dynamic attractions available on board.

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Serenade of the Seas

Serenade of the Seas, one of the Royal Caribbean Int. fleet, was built in 2003. The ship, which holds approximately 2,490 passengers and 657 crew, travels all over the world. This includes visits to the Baltic, Scandinavia, North America, Europe, the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Bermuda, as well as Ocean Voyages.

There are many incredible shore excursions to enjoy while cruising on Serenade of the Seas. This includes visiting The Little Mermaid Statue in Copenhagen, Denmark, climbing to the top of Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park in Basseterre, St Kitts, and visiting St. Martin’s Sea Caves and Beach in Saint John, New Brunswick.

The ship is a great choice for families, with numerous accommodation options, including family suites and single staterooms. Family suites provide both private and shared areas to keep everyone happy. There are many dining options, including five restaurants, Windjammer, Izumi, Chef’s Table, Chops Grille and Giovanni’s Table.

Guests will never get bored on Serenade of the Seas, which has 12 passenger decks. From relaxing in the spa to working off dessert in the fitness center, there is always something to do. Other facilities include a whirlpool, sports court, basketball court, running track, table tennis, pool tables, and mini golf.

Evening activities range from outdoor movie screenings to incredible theater productions. The casino is a popular spot too, with Blackjack, Roulette, Texas Hold ‘em and much more waiting for guests. Serenade of the Seas offers the incredible onboard experience that Royal Caribbean Int. is known for, to entertain travelers of all ages.

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Symphony of the Seas

The Symphony of the Seas, one of Royal Caribbean International's brand-new Oasis-class cruise ships, has the distinguishing feature of being the largest ocean-going passenger ship ever built. With onboard facilities including a full-sized basketball court, an ice-skating rink, and a children's water park, the Symphony is perfect for families seeking an action-packed time as they cruise the oceans.

The Symphony is currently running a 5-night Mediterranean tour from Barcelona, taking in stops at beautiful Naples and Rome along the way. Later in 2018 the ship will begin sailing Caribbean routes, with stops including Cozumel in Mexico, where passengers can see Mayan ruins, and the Bahamas.

The Symphony of the Seas has a capacity of 6,680 passengers, who are served by a dedicated crew of 2,200. There are 2,756 cabins aboard the vessel, ranging from the Studio Single Cabins, up to the incredible Crown Loft & Royal Loft Suites – which are as spacious as they are luxurious. There are the Solarium Pools at the fore of the ship, and Mini Golf, Zip Line and Sports Court facilities for those who feel energetic.

Onboard eating and drinking facilities include more than 13 bars and restaurants – such as the Playmakers Sports Bar, Jamie's Italian, Sorrento's, and Chops Grille. Entertainment options include Broadway musicals, the Casino Royale, Laser Tag, Discos, and Karaoke. With such an incredible range of entertainment on offer, the Symphony of the Seas is the perfect vessel for a non-stop party on the oceans.

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Brilliance of the Seas

Royal Caribbean Int. have long been a respected name in cruising. Their ship, Brilliance of the Seas, confirms this reputation due to its luxurious, elegant design. Part of the fleet's Radiance- class, it’s perfect for those who want the full-on cruise experience on a bustling liner. Families and couples will particularly enjoy the amenities, from busy bars to fun arcades.

Brilliance of the Seas travels a variety of routes. Enduringly popular are the Mediterranean cruise itineraries. Lasting for 7 nights, they transport passengers to exciting ports of call like Barcelona, where guests discover the lively tapas culture, and Rome with shore excursions exploring the famous Colosseum. Brilliance of the Seas also sails a Baltic cruise across 12 or 14 nights and a particular highlight of a Caribbean cruise is the stop in George Town, Grand Cayman, where passengers can snorkel over coral gardens.

Brilliance of the Seas holds up to 2,501 passengers which makes it ideal for those who enjoy a busy atmosphere. The 848 crew offer a very high level of service to meet every need. Passengers enjoy onboard activities, such as a solarium, table tennis, swimming pools, fitness classes, a spa, a rock climbing wall and a library.

This amazing cruise ship has 1075 staterooms to ensure passengers will enjoy their journey in style. All feature 24-hour room service, cribs for families if needed, spacious seating areas and fabulous private bathrooms with powerful showers. Initially built in 2001 in Germany, the Brilliance of the Seas is a fantastic ship for all ages to enjoy.

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Majesty of the Seas

A regal experience awaits guests aboard Majesty of the Seas, a spectacular cruise ship that invites every passenger to feel like a VIP on holiday. From large family groups getting together for a festive family reunion, to couples seeking a romantic getaway, guests of all ages will find a range of awe-inspiring activities aboard Majesty of the Seas. An adrenaline-inducing rock climbing wall, a sports court, and dance classes keep passengers active, while a sun-drenched pool deck with two swimming pools, an outdoor movie screen, and cooking classes offer relaxing moments with friends and family.

Guests can dine at classic American favorites like Johnny Rockets and Sorrento’s Pizza, indulge on a multi-course meal in the cruise ship’s main dining room, or order room service any time of the day or night. For a truly special experience, a meal at the Chef’s Table includes a five-course upgraded menu with fine wine pairings.

At capacity, 2,767 passengers are looked after by a crew of 912 on this 12-deck ship. Accommodations include 1,154 Inside and Oceanview Staterooms, 15 Junior Suites, 13 Suites, six Grand Suites, three Owners Suites, a Royal Suite, and a Royal Family Suite. Built in 1992, Majesty of the Seas has had a long and successful reign, and its 2018 refurbishment has brought it right up to date. Sailing to Cuba from Miami, Tampa, and Ft. Lauderdale, this Royal Caribbean International ship offers a selection of four to eight-night itineraries with stops in the ports of Havana, Santiago de Cuba, and Cienfuegos, which is called the “Pearl of the South.”

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Radiance of the Seas

Built in 1998 and launched in 2001, Radiance of the Seas is part of the Royal Caribbean Int. fleet of cruise ships. In 2011, a $20 million investment gave the ship a stunning update. Catering to 2,139 guests and 894 crew members, this cruise ship sails to the South Pacific, North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Alaska, as well as offering Ocean Voyages.

There are a number of thrilling shore excursions to do, while cruising with Radiance of the Seas. These include visiting the fascinating Totem Heritage Centre in Ketchikan, Alaska, meeting some of Australia’s most famous residents in Brisbane’s Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, and swimming or sunbathing on the idyllic shores of Waikiki Beach, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Radiance of the Seas caters to all ages. It is a great choice for families, offering dedicated clubs for both kids and teens. Accommodation options are varied, but all rooms provide a comfortable and spacious stay. Choose from an interior or balcony staterooms, the latter of which enable passengers to enjoy amazing views of the ocean from their own private balcony. For something more lavish, guests may upgrade to a suite.

With 12 decks there is much to do on Radiance of the Seas. During the day, guests can chill by the pool or enjoy one of the many sports options, including mini golf, pool tables, table tennis, a running track, basketball court, and sports court. By night, passengers enjoy outdoor movie screenings, get lucky in the casino, dine in more than eight restaurants, sip cocktails in plush bars or watch one of the incredible live shows, for a decadent cruising experience.

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Mariner of the Seas

Mariner of the Seas, a Voyager-class ship of Royal Caribbean International currently sails to the Bahamas for 3 and 4 night round trips from Miami via Nassau.

At 1,020 feet long, the ship carries 3,334 passengers and 1,213 crew, and has 1,667 cabins in four classes: interior rooms, staterooms with with either ocean views or balconies and suites.

With its maiden voyage in 2003, Mariner of the Seas was extensively refurbished for Summer 2018 to include the Sky Pads bungee trampoline course, Battle for Planet Z laser tag, and surf simulator. Also new is Izumi, a new Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar, Bamboo Room, and a Starbucks.

Amenities and include four pools, two water slides, ice rink, a rock climbing wall, spa and fitness center. There’s also the Perfect Storm water slide park, individual children and teens club and an adults-only pool area and arcade.

Entertainment includes ice shows, theater productions, mystery-themed dinner theater, and outdoor movies.

There are 11 dining options including Jamie’s Italian from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, a three-floor main dining room, casual restaurants and room service, along with 9 bars and lounges.

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Rhapsody of the Seas

Rhapsody of the Seas, an intimate Royal Caribbean Int. ship, provides an amazing holiday on board for all ages. The ship, which was launched in 1997, was refurbished in 2012 to include updated cabins, an outdoor movie screen and specialty dining. It accommodates approximately 2,416 passengers across 11 decks, with 806 crew members on board.

Rhapsody of the Seas sails all over the world, covering the Bahamas, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Europe, the Mediterranean, North America, and Ocean Voyages. Itineraries vary, from week-long voyages to 14-night tours and more. Shore highlights range from taking a scenic ride in an iconic gondola while in Venice, Italy, to exploring the incredible Mayan ruins in Belize City.

Accommodation options are varied, including interior staterooms, ocean view staterooms, balcony staterooms and a number of suites. For a luxurious experience, suites promise a roomy private balcony, expansive views and luxury amenities. Families are well catered for here, with a great kid’s club available.

Food and drink options are just as extensive, with the Rhapsody of the Seas promising a culinary adventure. There are six main dining options, as well as room service. Guests can also enjoy one of the two cafes, as well as Ben & Jerry’s. There are four bars on board and signature cocktails available.

By day, guests can enjoy rock climbing, pampering in the spa, games, sports, and chilling out by the pool. There is everything from a running track to table tennis and a video games arcade. By night, passengers dance the night away in the nightclub, get lucky in the casino, or enjoy a West End-calibre performance in the theatre, to top off exciting days of sightseeing.

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