With a fleet of 26 ships, Royal Caribbean are one of the most popular cruise lines in the world and it’s not hard to see why! Their ships carry up to 5,400 passengers and continually push the limit of what is possible at sea.
Their newest ship, Harmony of the Seas, is the largest cruise ship in the world and the brand have a range of 7 classes of ship for you to choose from. They regularly bring plenty of firsts to the industry and travel to over 240 destinations worldwide.
Would you like a Royal Caribbean cruise?
You would love a cruise with Royal Caribbean if…
By: Mellors, Nottingham on 30th Sep 2018
The central park area was just lovely, we occasionally sat there in the morning's for al fresco breakfast. In the evening it was lovely to sit outside the wine bar and drink under the stars.
By: Haynes, Dereham on 26th Sep 2018
Excellent pool and space on the pool deck. Huge sea screen. Loads of seating. Loved the coffee /tea constantly on offer at the lido pool station plus free ice creams on tap...
Enjoy movies poolside with an outdoor movie screen on deck 11 as well as multiple advancements within your stateroom.Adventure of the Seas Cruises
Brilliance of the Seas was built for longer itineraries with more space, more comfortable public rooms and larger cabins.Brilliance of the Seas Cruises
Enchantment of the Seas boasts of an incredible 10-storey glass centrum with boutiques, bars and a glass fronted lift.Enchantment of the Seas Cruises
Explorer of the Seas hosts a 3D cinema, a FlowRider surf simulator, ice skating, rock climbing & a selection of new restaurants.Explorer of the Seas Cruises
Freedom of the Seas has something for everyone, i.e. a rock climbing wall and a FlowRider surf simulator.Freedom of the Seas Cruises
Grandeur of the Seas features a spa, an athletic track and different pools that will please every guest aboard.Grandeur of the Seas Cruises
Why not try surfing on the famous FlowRider or take it easy by taking a soothing soak in one of her above-the-sea whirlpools?Independence of the Seas Cruises
Jewel of the Seas features a numerous amount of high-energy entertainment and activities to keep any group age fully satisfied.Jewel of the Seas Cruises
Designed with pleasure in mind, the Liberty of the Seas has a whole host of activities onboard.Liberty of the Seas Cruises
Relax onboard Mariner of the Seas featuring an expansive spa, sauna and stream rooms.Mariner of the Seas Cruises
Navigator of the Seas offers passengers the complete package of total comfort with endless entertainment and activities on hand.Navigator of the Seas Cruises
Oasis of the Seas offers seven different neighbourhoods incl. countless activities and and unique experiences.Oasis of the Seas Cruises
If you like the Royal Caribbean experience but prefer a classic ship, Radiance of the Seas is the ship for you.Radiance of the Seas Cruises
With 11 decks of activity, entertainment, dining & relaxation, Rhapsody of the Seas is packed with new and innovative features.Rhapsody of the Seas Cruises
Serenade of the Seas features massive windows and numerous skylights, canopies and even glass elevators that look out to the sea.Serenade of the Seas Cruises
Vision of the Seas features some of Royal Caribbean’s most exciting amenities, venues and lounges.Vision of the Seas Cruises
Sail in complete comfort onboard Voyager of the Seas and without the worry of keeping everyone entertained.Voyager of the Seas Cruises
Ovation of the Seas hosts all groundbreaking features as its Quantum Class sister ships.Ovation of the Seas Cruises
Quantum of the Seas offers new food and wine tastings, innovative shows and adventures like the skydiving simulator.Quantum of the Seas Cruises
Enjoy modern technology onboard Anthem of the Seas: Try simulated skydiving, soar 300 feet above the sea and much more.Anthem of the Seas Cruises
Harmony of the Seas offers adventure and entertainment incl. 7 distinct neighbourhoods and 20 dining options.Harmony of the Seas Cruises
In the evening, Allure of the Seas comes alive with breath-taking shows at the Aqua Theatre.Allure of the Seas Cruises
Spectrum of the Seas is the new Royal Caribbean ship starting to sail in 2019.Spectrum of the Seas Cruises
All dining options are free except the speciality restaurants.
On all ships of their fleet, Royal Caribbean allow smoking in the casino on most days (note: there are non-smoking areas within Casino Royale, too). Apart from that, smoking is only allowed in designated areas of the open decks. Smoking in cabins or on the balcony is not allowed.
The automatic gratuity is $14.50 USD, or $17.50 USD for suite guests per day, applied to your account. Gratuities are used to reward Royal Caribbean's crew members for their excellent service, and they are shared between all service staff. Gratuities on Royal Caribbean ships are optional - this means you can request to reduce the daily amount if you are not happy with the service provided. Modifications can be made until the morning of disembarking.
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The entertainment offered on-board varies from ship to ship but all have something spectacular to offer. Whatever your activity level, there is plenty to enjoy and all age ranges are catered for.
High octane entertainment includes having a go in the iFly skydiving simulator, learning to surf on the Flowridersurfing simulators or reaching incredible heights by travelling in the North Star: jewel shaped pods that ascend 300 feet above sea level. You can also enjoy bumper cars at sea, roller-skating on-board and trapeze lessons on your ship in the SeaPlex.
For those after more sun than anything else, there are a variety of pools to swim in, Jacuzzis to relax in and even waterparks to splash around in. Oasis class ships even have a Central Park complete with thousands of plants and trees – just in case you ever miss the greenery of land!
With theatre shows like Grease, live action ice skating performances, incredible water shows in the aqua theatre and a variety of casinos, nightclubs and music bars, you’ll certainly never be bored.
Whatever tickles your taste buds, you’re sure to find something you’d enjoy on Royal Caribbean! Those of you who like a traditional dining experience can take your meals in the main dining room (of which there is often more than one!) or you can hit the buffet if you fancy something a little more informal.
Royal Caribbean have one of the best selections of speciality restaurants at sea and your choice of venues includes:
It’s also up to you whether you’d like to eat at the same time every day in a fixed seating time or if you want to try My Time Dining and choose a different seating every day. You can also just sit back and order room service in your cabin if you’re feeling tired!
Royal Caribbean are one of the most family friendly cruise lines around! From specialist kid’s clubs for children of all ages to the most innovative children’s entertainment at sea; your children are set to have the time of their lives.
Some of the family friendly amenities include:
Royal Caribbean also have the stars of DreamWorks on-board certain ships and children can meet their favourite famous characters!
Whether you want to go to the gym, go for a Starbucks, play mini-golf or watch some live sport, Royal Caribbean have got you covered. There are also shopping malls with plenty of well-known brands, as well as places to buy any small items you may have forgotten to pack. There are facilities to book your next cruise, purchase professional photos and staff on hand to help 24 hours.
Every stateroom will offer a television, telephone, shower, hairdryer and soap. You’ll also get lots more amenities which vary depending on the class of room and ship you’re staying on.
One of the stand out features of Royal Caribbean is their superfast Voom Wi-Fi which is one of the fastest at sea! They have also introduced smart check-in online which cuts boarding time down to ten minutes and smart concierge so you can book in at restaurants on-board, online. Once on-board, you can even have your room card synced to a WOW wrist band – so you’ll never lose your door key again!
Royal Caribbean aren’t as formal as some other cruise lines and whilst some nights may be formal, most evenings you are free to wear more casual clothes to dinner. For example, on a formal night, ladies might wear cocktail dresses and men may choose a shirt and dark jacket, whereas other nights you may just wear casual separates (but not swimwear). You’re also free to wear whatever you like if you just fancy grabbing a snack on deck or eating in the buffet!
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