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Rhapsody Of The Seas, Royal Caribbean

RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS TECHNICAL FACTS

Entered Service:
May, 1997
Length (ft/m):
915ft/279m
Beam (ft/m):
106ft/32m
Decks:
11 (guests)
Number of Passengers:
2,416
Number of Crew:
765
Number of Swimming Pools:
2
Size:
78,491 Gross Tonnage

ABOUT RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS

Ship Amenities


You’ll find many of Royal Caribbean’s signature accents onboard this ship, including the nautical-themed Schooner bar and the Viking Crown Lounge with its domed ceiling and sweeping ocean views. At the centre of the ship is the Centrum atrium, showcasing a range of shopping boutiques, cafes, eateries and public lounges. Centrum serves as the ship’s social heart, with aerial entertainment, sculptures, an art gallery, and customer service counters. It’s easy to get lost on a ship this size, but there’s a convenient wayfinder digital system that helps you find your bearings. Wi-Fi is available throughout the ship for a fee, and there are also iPads in every cabin to give you the latest news about the day’s events. Multiple pools, water slides and splash zones offer plenty of recreation outlets outdoors, and a poolside movie screen showcases blockbuster films under the stars.


Cabin Amenities


Décor in the cabins is cosy and cheerful, with minimalist soft furnishings and a clever use of space. All accommodation includes private bathrooms with shower units, along with towels and toiletries. Twin beds are convertible into a single queen size, and you’ll also find vanity units with hairdryers and infotainment systems on offer. Larger cabins and suites include balconies, separate lounges with sofas, and additional storage space.


Dining Options


The Edelweiss Dining Room is the ship’s showcase dining area, spreading out over two floors with elegant décor and a flexible selection of seating times. Alternately, you can visit the Windjammer Café to take a virtual tour around the globe with its self-service international buffet. For specialty dining, visit Chops Grille if you’re craving juicy steak or the catch of the day. Fans of Japanese cuisine will love Izumi, while the Park Café is open throughout the day with a selection of market-fresh salads, pastries, soups and sandwiches.


Entertainment


There’s no excuse for boredom when you’re sailing on the Rhapsody of the Sea. Entertainment options are varied and upbeat, whether you prefer the glitzy shows of the Broadway Melodies Theatre or the late-night comedy routines of the Shall We Dance Lounge. It also hosts live music to get passengers moving on the dance floor, as the name suggests! Away from the main theatres, you can spend the better part of the evening in the Casino, with its abundance of gaming tables and slot machines. Or if you wish, simply grab a book from the library and order room service for a quiet night in.


Sports and Wellness


Ancient Egypt is the primary theme at the Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Centre, with pharaohs lining the Solarium pool area. Operated by Steiner Leisure Services, the spa specialises in body wraps, massages, hair treatments and facials to leave you feeling pampered and pretty. Sporty passengers will love the rock-climbing wall and jogging track, and there’s a fully stocked gym with all the modern equipment one would expect from a world-class cruise!


RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS REVIEWS

Rhapsody of The Seas

Our First Proper Cruise.

RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS

Shuttleworth, Barnsley on 8th Jan 2019

The main dining room was very nice and always clean, the staff were always very attentive, we paid gratuities up front allowing us to have anytime dining

Rhapsody of The Seas

The Barron's First Cruise Together.

RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS

Barron, Roscommon ireland on 24th Jul 2018

Beautiful ship with amazing people working on board who really made us feel special.

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