Royal Caribbean Cruises’ 228,081-ton, 5,518-guest Symphony of the Seas made her debut in April 2018, becoming the world’s largest cruise ship. This Oasis Class mega-ship is a destination in itself, with incredible activities, venues and areas to please all age groups. She is an ideal choice for multi-generational family cruise vacations. Continue reading
- The Perfect Storm Waterslides
- New fun zones
- Sky Pad, a virtual reality bungee trampoline
- Laser Tag
- An Escape Room
- Jamie’s Italian restaurant by Jamie Oliver
- The Bamboo Room lounge
Mariner of the Seas will be more fabulous than ever when she unveils fantastic new features in June 2018. Royal Caribbean has given her a nearly $100 million dollar “Royal Amplified” upgrade. This popular 3,114-guest ship will introduce a host of already popular attractions and experiences that are sure to delight guests of all ages. Cater to your palate at dining venues with decadent culinary treats, hang ten on the 40-foot-long FlowRider surf simulator, race down The Perfect Storm waterslides and much more.
Cruise.com, a subsidiary of Omega World Travel, Inc. and one of the Internet’s leading cruise sellers, announced that it has been awarded Royal Caribbean’s 2017 Online Partner of the Year Award. This highly prestigious award is a result of an ongoing committed partnership between the two brands coupled with unique marketing strategies that have helped to expand the market and create increased demand for cruises.
Weighing in at a whopping 230,000 tons, Royal Caribbean International’s 5,535-guest Symphony of the Seas debuts in April 2018.
A host of varied experiences will be offered in the innovative “seven-neighborhoods” each with distinctive features to suit your mood any time. If you can’t seem to get enough of these exciting areas, the ship also boasts neighborhood balcony accommodations overlooking either Boardwalk or Central Park. Comfortable, well-appointed and with fantastic views they make an ideal spot for resting or people-watching.
Great news for cruise lovers, in 2018 you will have the opportunity to be among the first passengers to sail on a variety of amazing brand-new ships. And what incredible ones they will be! Stunning interiors, state-of-the-art designs, innovative amenities, dazzling entertainment, fabulous dining, spectacular accommodations and more will have your family “oohing and aahing.” This is also the ideal time for first-timers to establish their sea-legs. Some of the most popular names in cruising, including Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean Cruises will all be introducing unique and special ships.
Step aboard any Royal Caribbean Cruise ship and a world of thrills will be waiting for you. Considered to be the most innovative and exciting in the industry, they have introduced several “firsts” never before seen at sea. This popular cruise line is always a favorite choice for families and guests of all ages, providing something fabulous for all age groups and is ideal for multi-generational cruising.
Music to the ears of those who love cruising with innovative and always exciting Royal Caribbean International – the 5,500-guest Symphony of the Seas is scheduled to debut in spring 2018. At 230,000 tons, she will claim the title of the “world’s largest cruise ship,” boasting 28 more staterooms than Harmony of the Seas, her newest sister ship. As one of the line’s exceptional Oasis-class ships, she will also be slightly longer and wider than the others.
Setting the stage for an entertainment experience like never before on a cruise ship, the 5,479-guest Harmony of the Seas, is not only the world’s largest, but also boasts a remarkable lineup of innovative awe-inspiring productions. Royal Caribbean Cruises has raised the bar for entertainment ranging from hit musicals and high-tech ice shows in Studio B to incredible immersive performances at the AquaTheater. Harmony of the Seas features two headline shows at the stunning Royal Theater which can accommodate 1,380 guests. State-of-the-art, 21st century technology is used to create performances above and beyond traditional theaters.