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Navigator of the Seas

OVERVIEW: Navigator of the Seasis a large, floating leisure resort. It provides a host of facilities, rather like a small town, with plenty of entertainment for all ages, yet offers a healthy amount of space per passenger. The food focuses on quantity rather than quality unless you are prepared to p

Allure of the Seas

OVERVIEW: This stunning ship (whose size is five times larger than the ill-fatedTitanic) provides a fine cruise experience and wide range of choices for young adults and families with children. It’s packed with innovative design elements such as the dramatic Central Park, taking urban greenery to se


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Dance Fun Cruise. Lindy Hop / Swing
Royal Caribbean  / Navigator of the Seas /
CARIBBEAN

By Earley, Christchurch on 15th Apr 2014
We chose this cruise purely because it was a Swing / Lindy Hop dance cruise (Organised Dancefun) This was a Caribbean based cruise so mainly Americans of which the majority were Texans. There were 120 of us so unfortunately the dance floors were too few...  Read More >>
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The ship with the wow factor
Royal Caribbean  / Independence of the Seas /
MEDITERRANEAN

By Pevie, Birmingham B26 1AB on 10th Apr 2014
Having been on Independence of the seas twice in the past two years,and having enjoyed this lovely ship we are now looking forward to a further cruise on I O T S sailing on May 31st. Having cruised with many of the other cruise lines,we can honestly say this...  Read More >>
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Most amazing cruise
Royal Caribbean  / Independence of the Seas /
CANARIES

By brown, saltash on 8th Apr 2014
In march 2011 my partner and I joined royal Caribbean independence of the seas at Southampton docks. We were amazing at the size of this beautiful ship. While we were excited to get on the ship there was a bit of a question to check in due to the previous...  Read More >>
466 Views 2 of 4 found this useful
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172,861 Opinions
Dance Fun Cruise. Lindy Hop / Swing
Royal Caribbean  / Navigator of the Seas /
CARIBBEAN

By Earley, Christchurch on 15th Apr 2014
We chose this cruise purely because it was a Swing / Lindy Hop dance cruise (Organised Dancefun) This was a Caribbean based cruise so mainly Americans of which the majority were Texans. There were 120 of us so unfortunately the dance floors were too few...  Read More >>
396 Views 2 of 6 found this useful
3
The ship with the wow factor
Royal Caribbean  / Independence of the Seas /
MEDITERRANEAN

By Pevie, Birmingham B26 1AB on 10th Apr 2014
Having been on Independence of the seas twice in the past two years,and having enjoyed this lovely ship we are now looking forward to a further cruise on I O T S sailing on May 31st. Having cruised with many of the other cruise lines,we can honestly say this...  Read More >>
689 Views 4 of 13 found this useful
5
Most amazing cruise
Royal Caribbean  / Independence of the Seas /
CANARIES

By brown, saltash on 8th Apr 2014
In march 2011 my partner and I joined royal Caribbean independence of the seas at Southampton docks. We were amazing at the size of this beautiful ship. While we were excited to get on the ship there was a bit of a question to check in due to the previous...  Read More >>
466 Views 2 of 4 found this useful
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Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean Cruises provide an extensive variety of cruise holidays to all holidaymakers. They currently have a fleet of 22 ships on the seas, which is however increasing, - the array of schedules, activities and facilities will appeal to all age groups, families and tastes. Offering so much more than a regular cruise company; Royal Caribbean is popular with both new and regular cruisers, and is often referred to as one of the industry’s greatest.

Royal Caribbean cruise ships are some of the most remarkable on the seas. They are up to date, upmarket, stylish, and appeal to all age ranges and energy levels. In fact, their latest vessel, Quantum of the Seas - due to launch in 2014, has some of the most advance facilities on board. From the North Star, a jewelled shaped capsule that ascends 300ft above sea level boasting spectacular views, and Rip Cord by iFLy a sky diving stimulator- These are just a couple of its incredible features.  Royal Caribbean is well-known for bringing many ‘firsts’ to the industry, such as on-board ice rinks and climbing walls. Holding just over 4100 passengers it isn't quite as big as Oasis of the Seas that holds an astonishing 5,400 guests, but still a large ship with plenty to do on board. 

Both popular ships, Independence of the Seas and Adventure of the Seas, will be sailing some great itineraries from Southampton for the 2014 cruise season offering cruises to the Mediterranean, Iceland & Norway and France, Spain and the Canaries.

Then in 2015 we can look forward to Anthem of the Seas, sister ship to Quantum she will feature the most up to date venues on board too!

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