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Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International operates a large fleet of ships worldwide, and they are split into different classes as listed below. Watch this video I made onboard Harmony of the Seas in May 2016, and then scroll down for more information.


Oasis Class (capacity 5,402 guests)

  • Oasis of the Seas
  • Allure of the Seas
  • Harmony of the Seas
  • Symphony of the Seas
  • TBA (from 2021)

Quantum Class (4,180 guests)

Quantum Ultra Class (4,180 guests)

  • Spectrum of the Seas (2019)
  • TBA (2020)

Click on the following link to read my review and look at my photos of Anthem of the Seas

Freedom Class (capacity 3,364 guests)

  • Freedom of the Seas
  • Liberty of the Seas
  • Independence of the Seas view my photos

Voyager Class (capacity 3,114 guests)

Radiance Class (capacity 2,501 guests)

Vision Class (capacity 2,435 guests)

  • Vision of the Seas
  • Enchantment of the Seas
  • Rhapsody of the Seas
  • Grandeur of the Seas
  • Legend of the Seas (until March 2017)

Sovereign Class (capacity 2,744 guests)

  • Majesty of the Seas

Plus Empress of the Seas (capacity 2,020 passengers)

All the ships in the fleet are family friendly, and have plenty to do throughout the day and during the evening, and the larger the ship the more there is to do. These activities include: –

  • Rock Climbing Wall (all ships)
  • Ice Skating (Voyager Class and above)
  • Surfing (Freedom Class and above)
  • Zip Lining (Oasis Class)
  • Mini Golf (some Vision Class and above)
  • Royal Promenade (Voyager Class and above)

Destinations worldwide include the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Canary Islands, Northern Europe, North America, Canada & New England, Alaska, Dubai, Scandinavia & Russia, South Pacific, Brazil, Australia & New Zealand, Holy Land and Transatlantic re-positioning cruises.

Take a look at this old Royal Caribbean brochure for 1975 and 1976

Follow this link for more information about smoking policy onboard.

It is possible to buy drinks packages for your cruise, and there are occasions where they are offered free, or at a reduced price, as part of a promotional campaign. Click on the following link for more details of the Royal Caribbean drinks packages.

About Royal Caribbean


(Page amended March 2017)