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Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean logoRoyal Caribbean are one of the biggest cruise lines in the world and have a reputation for innovation and building exciting new big ships. They try to attract people who have not cruised before by offering a very different onboard experience - more like a modern holiday resort than a traditional cruise ship.

Some of Royal Caribbean's many innovations include rock climbing walls, robotic barmen and surf machines.

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  • Launched 18th Nov 2001
  • Tonnage 142000
  • Length 1020 feet
  • Crew 1185
  • Occupancy 3114

Adventure of the Seas have taken cruising to a whole new level. Enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall, just for starters. How did we accommodate all of these innovative ideas on one cruise ship? Simple. We built a bigger ship – the 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Adventure of the Seas. Innovations on this and other Voyager Class ships add more space for every guest and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

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  • Launched 5th Dec 2010
  • Tonnage 225282
  • Length 1187 feet
  • Crew 2384
  • Occupancy 5400

The revolutionary design of Allure of the Seas will fill your days at sea with wonder: wake to two-storey ocean views in thecontemporary Loft Suites, hop onto a classic, full-sized carousel in our Boardwalk neighbourhood, spend some quiet time in the adults-only Solarium and let the children's imaginations run wild in the Youth Zone – the largest dedicated youth area at sea. Jump right into the Pool Zone, where you'll find the H2O Zone, cantilevered whirlpools, FlowRiders® and a thrilling zip-line view of the ship and sea below. When it's time to unwind, go for a stroll in Central Park – a meandering garden and lush public space lined with foliage and fine restaurants – or take in the majestic view from any of the multiple balconies overlooking the AquaTheater, the first amphitheatre at sea. With 28 ultra-modern loft suites and 2,700 spacious staterooms, this 16-deck marvel proves that the impossible is possible. You have to see it to believe it.

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  • Launched 1st Apr 2015
  • Tonnage 167800
  • Length 1141 feet
  • Occupancy 4180

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.

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  • Launched 15th Jul 2002
  • Tonnage 90090
  • Length 962 feet
  • Crew 848
  • Occupancy 2112

Let the sun shine in—this is Brilliance of the Seas®, a beautiful Radiance-class ship that combines sleek swiftness, panoramic vistas, and wide-open spaces. With acres of glass enclosing the nine-story central atrium, elevators facing the sea, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, you'll never be at a loss for an incredible view. Bask at the tranquil Solarium pool, recharge at VitalitySM Spa, or reach new heights on our signature rock-climbing wall. When the sun goes down, the night heats up with Broadway-style shows, Casino Royale®, plus 16 bars and lounges that never feature a cover. It's the amazing vacation you've been searching for.

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  • Launched 25th Jun 1990
  • Tonnage 48563
  • Length 692 feet
  • Crew 668
  • Occupancy 2020

On Empress of the Seas®, that “you only live once” philosophy means just a few days are packed with moments that count. Seek further, unwind like you mean it, and do it all your own way. With fast and early boarding, dining what you want when you want it, and longer stays in port. Enjoy a sunset on every cruise and decadent Sunday brunch with a complimentary Mimosa or Bloody Mary every day of the week. And the party does not stop onboard. Every night is Saturday, with live music, amazing entertainment, and dancing the night away at Boleros Latin lounge.

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  • Launched 13th Jul 1997
  • Tonnage 81500
  • Length 989 feet
  • Crew 840
  • Occupancy 2252

After the ship version of an 'extreme makeover' in early 2005, Enchantment of the Seas is fully refurbished and brimming with exciting new features. Bungee trampolines, suspension bridges and an expanded Pool Deck will please adventurous guests, and the interactive Splash Deck is a great spot for kids to get soaked. Enjoy Boleros, the new Latin-themed lounge; work up a sweat in the fitness facilities; and then cool down with ice cream from Ben & Jerry's®. Enchantment of the Seas is more, well... enchanting, than ever!

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  • Launched 28th Oct 2000
  • Tonnage 137308
  • Length 1020 feet
  • Crew 1185
  • Occupancy 3114

There's never been a cruise ship like this. Enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall. There was only one way to accommodate all of these innovative ideas. We built a bigger cruise ship. The 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Explorer of the Seas offers more space for every guest – plus enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

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  • Launched 11th May 2006
  • Tonnage 154407
  • Length 1112 feet
  • Crew 1360
  • Occupancy 3634

Experience a masterpieces of naval engineering, featuring a rock-climbing wall with eleven routes and a central spire you can swing around; our FlowRider® surf park at sea; cantilevered whirlpools that extend 12 feet beyond the sides of the ship; the H20 ZoneSM waterpark, complete with interactive sculpture fountains, ground geysers and a cascading waterfall; and so much more! The ship features extensive WiFi capabilities and mobile phone connectivity, as well as flat-screen TVs in every stateroom. You've got to see this ship to believe it.

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  • Launched 14th Dec 1996
  • Tonnage 73817
  • Length 916 feet
  • Crew 760
  • Occupancy 1950

A cruise ship so grand we had to call it Grandeur of the Seas. This majestic, 2,446-guest ship comes equipped with a full-service spa, six whirlpools, an outdoor jogging track and a seemingly endless choice of bars and restaurants.

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  • Tonnage 226000
  • Length 1187 feet
  • Occupancy 5479

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.

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  • Launched 2nd May 2008
  • Tonnage 160000
  • Length 1112 feet
  • Crew 1360
  • Occupancy 3634

Meet Independence of the Seas, the third in the spectacular Freedom class of ships. Seasonally ported in Southampton, England for part of the year and Fort Lauderdale, Florida the rest of the year, this ship offers all of the amazing onboard experiences you'd expect from the Freedom Class of ships, while cruising to your choice of destinations in Europe or the Caribbean. Enjoy a European cruise on the Independence of the Seas.

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  • Launched 8th May 2004
  • Tonnage 90090
  • Length 962 feet
  • Crew 859
  • Occupancy 2112

One of the newest cruise ships, Royal Caribbean's Jewel of the Seas offers the ultimate 'at sea' experience by combining speed, added comfort, greater space, sweeping ocean vistas and exceptional staff committed to serving your every whim. Her spectacular features include the ten-storey glass-constructed Centrum, glass lifts facing the sea, and the highest percentage of outside staterooms in the Royal Caribbean fleet.

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  • Launched 16th May 1995
  • Tonnage 63130
  • Length 867 feet
  • Crew 726
  • Occupancy 1804

Thousands of windows showcase the world's most memorable coastlines and ports. Whether you're cruising the Inside Passage, Alaska or docked in Cozumel, Mexico you'll never lose sight of the reason you came aboard. Filled with an endless supply of entertainment and relaxation options, Legend of the Seas boasts 70,000 tons of fun and adventure for up to 2,076 guests. With nine-hole miniature golf, four whirlpools and a Solarium with a sliding roof, there's something for everyone on board this cruise ship.

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  • Launched 19th May 2007
  • Tonnage 154407
  • Length 1112 feet
  • Crew 1360
  • Occupancy 3634

Say hello to one of the world's biggest and most imaginative maritime marvels - Liberty of the SeasSM. This second addition to our Freedom class of ships comes fully loaded with an unlimited supply of onboard adventure. You'll find a surf park, a full-size boxing ring, the H20 ZoneSM water park (complete with ground geysers) plus flat-screen TVs in every stateroom - and that's just the short list. Liberty also offers Royal Caribbean's very own Vitality Wellness Programme that will rejuvenate your body and soul with soothing spa treatments, healthy menus, personal trainers, tons of fitness options and more!

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  • Launched 26th Apr 1992
  • Tonnage 74077
  • Length 880 feet
  • Crew 912
  • Occupancy 2350

Thanks to a dazzling, stem-to-stern renovation, our popular Majesty of the Seas is more majestic than ever. Bahamas-bound guests will enjoy a newly remodelled pool deck, expanded Day Spa & Fitness Centre, as well as tastefully refurbished staterooms, featuring luxurious bedding, impressive flat-screen TVs and more. Not to mention the powdery beaches and crystal clear water of the Bahamas to look forward to.

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  • Launched 16th Nov 2003
  • Tonnage 138279
  • Length 1020 feet
  • Crew 1185
  • Occupancy 3114

Guests on Mariner of the Seas experience one of the most exciting cruise ships ever built. With a total length of 310 metres (1,020 feet), a weight of 138,000 tons and capacity for 3,114 guests, Mariner of the Seas has something for everyone. Part of the Voyager Class of cruise ships, which represents the highest public space-per-guest ratio in the cruise market, this spectacular ship was designed with enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and state-of-the-art recreational facilities like a rock-climbing wall, ice skating rink and basketball court.

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  • Launched 14th Dec 2002
  • Tonnage 138000
  • Length 1020 feet
  • Crew 1185
  • Occupancy 3114

Aboard Navigator of the Seas.You will get to see the best of the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas in total comfort and with endless entertainment on hand. Adults will find plenty of pleasure in good food and wine in the wide choice of restaurants, themed bars and lounges, and – if you’re feeling lucky – the Casino Royale.

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  • Launched 5th Dec 2009
  • Tonnage 225282
  • Length 1187 feet
  • Crew 2394
  • Occupancy 5400

It's not every day that the holiday of a lifetime lands on your doorstep; don’t miss your chance to sail on Oasis of the Seas® from the UK or Europe in 2014! Experience the holiday of a lifetime onboard the incredible Oasis of the Seas®. She is one of the world’s biggest and most innovative cruise ships and is coming to Barcelona and Southampton in 2014. Onboard you’ll discover seven incredible neighbourhoods, each home to countless unique activities and experiences. From the groundbreaking onboard Boardwalk® with it's colourful carousel and the spectacular amphitheatre style AquaTheater with it's mesmerising high diving acrobatic shows, there’s always a dazzling array of entertainment to enjoy every evening. There is a zipline, rockwalls, onboard surf simulators, a state of the art gym and spa to name but a few. Shops, restaurants, pools, dedicated areas for kids to enjoy constructive and crazy times – and even a neighbourhood park to walk around, Oasis of the Seas has it all! Oasis of the Seas specialises in Caribbean cruises.

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  • Tonnage 168666
  • Length 1141 feet

Forget everything you know about life at sea. Our Quantum Class ships are like nothing you’ve ever experienced and our newest creation, Ovation of the Seas, is no exception. Ovation of the Seas will introduce a new set of first-at-sea experiences to Australia including the Ripcord by iFLY, a heart-pounding skydiving experience; North Star, a thrilling adventure that will transport guests as high as the Sydney Harbour Bridge; cutting-edge transformative venues including SeaPlex, the largest indoor sports and entertainment complex at sea with bumper cars, a circus school and more; Two70 an immersive, multimedia entertainment venue complete with dancing Roboscreens; and the robotic Bionic Bar. Ovation has also reimagined dining onboard with the choice of 18 unique restaurant concepts, including Jamie’s Italian, Michael’s Genuine Pub, the enchanting Wonderland and Royal Caribbean favourites including Chops Grille steakhouse and Izumi Japanese. Technology has been amped up on Ovation of the Seas with high speed internet offering more bandwidth so guests can connect and stream as quickly as they would onshore, while the Royal iQ app makes keeping track of your onboard schedule simple with all bookings and cruise details stored and updated automatically. This isn’t your average holiday, it is your next great adventure.

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  • Launched 1st Nov 2014
  • Tonnage 167800
  • Length 1141 feet
  • Occupancy 4152

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!

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  • Launched 7th Apr 2001
  • Tonnage 90090
  • Length 962 feet
  • Crew 869
  • Occupancy 2139

Hungry for a dazzling at-sea experience that combines sleek swiftness, panoramic vistas, and an array of our best new dining options? Look no further than the newly renovated Radiance of the Seas®. With acres of glass enclosing the nine-story central atrium, elevators facing the sea, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, you'll never be at a loss for an incredible view. Plus, we've just added eight new dining experiences, ranging from casual eats at Boardwalk Doghouse, to the family-style Italian fare at Giovanni's Table, to the sizzling skewers of Samba Grill Brazilian Steakhouse. Other new features include a Royal Babies & TotsSM Nursery, VIP guest lounges, and an outdoor, poolside movie screen showing first-run movies day and night. Whether you seek adventurous activities, relaxing moments, or fine fare, Radiance of the Seas has the features to please every taste.

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  • Launched 19th May 1997
  • Tonnage 78491
  • Length 915 feet
  • Crew 765
  • Occupancy 1998

With dramatic walls of glass and a retractable canopy, Rhapsody of the Seas has already embarked on the course other cruise ships will someday follow. When you're not enjoying the magnificent ocean views, you'll be relaxing in the soothing Day Spa, swimming in one of the two pools, taking a much-needed whirlpool or catching up with friends over your favourite drink in one of our eight lounges.

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  • Launched 25th Aug 2003
  • Tonnage 90090
  • Length 965 feet
  • Crew 891
  • Occupancy 2110

One of the newest cruise ships, Royal Caribbean's Serenade of the Seas offers the ultimate 'at sea' experience by combining speed, added comfort, greater space, sweeping ocean vistas and exceptional staff committed to serving your every whim. Her spectacular features include the ten-storey glass-constructed Centrum, glass lifts facing the sea, and the highest percentage of outside staterooms in the Royal Caribbean fleet.

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  • Launched 2nd May 1998
  • Tonnage 78491
  • Length 915 feet
  • Crew 723
  • Occupancy 2435

Thousands of windows showcase the world's most memorable coastlines and ports. Whether you're cruising the Inside Passage, Alaska or docked in Cozumel, Mexico you'll never lose sight of the reason you came aboard. The 2,435-guest Vision of the Seas has beautiful onboard facilities too. There's the soothing Day Spa, two pools, six whirlpools, and the Masquerade Theatre, which features nightly entertainment like contemporary musical stage productions. And that's just the beginning of your cruise holiday.

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  • Launched 21st Nov 1999
  • Tonnage 137276
  • Length 1020 feet
  • Crew 1176
  • Occupancy 3114

This ship is a revolutionary marvel of naval engineering. Enjoy one-of-a-kind features like an ice skating rink, the Royal Promenade and a rock-climbing wall, just for starters. How did we accommodate all of these innovative ideas? Simple. We built a bigger cruise ship. The 138,000-ton, 3,114-guest Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise ship when it entered service in November 1999. Innovations on this and other Voyager Class ships add more space for every guest and include enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.

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