ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL
The Royal Caribbean Cruise Line covers more than 160 destinations worldwide, with itineraries ranging from three nights
to 17 days. These ships are relaxed, elegant and upscale, and they have a broad appeal that attracts everyone from
honeymooners to families to couples celebrating golden anniversaries. Royal Caribbean's Adventure Ocean youth
program features activities for kids ages 3 to 17, offering sports, theme parties, talent shows and supervised recreational
and educational activities.
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Grandeur of the Seas (4.5 stars)
The Grandeur's multilevel Centrum is the hub of this ship. It's an airy, light-filled atrium with gliding glass elevators, palm
trees, panoramic windows, gleaming brass, and chairs and low tables placed in cozy groupings. Most passengers gather
here for a pre-dinner cocktail as live music plays in the background. Other popular spots include the convivial Schooner
Bar, the elegant champagne bar and the Solarium, a serene, glass-enclosed pool area with a retractable ceiling. The
Viking Crown Lounge is a Royal Caribbean signature; floating 11 decks above the ocean, it's an observation point by day
and a pulsating dance club at night. There's also a casino and show lounge. Go for a seaside jog on the top deck, spend
a few pampering hours at the spa or work out with a view at the ShipShape Fitness Center. The Windjammer Café is a
casual alternative to the formal, two level Great Gatsby Dining Room.
Rhapsody of the Seas (4.5 stars)
With her dramatic walls of glass and Egyptian-themed Solarium spa and pool, covered by a retractable glass canopy,
Rhapsody of the Seas has already embarked on the course other cruise ships will someday follow. This amazing 2,000-
guest ship sails to the Western Caribbean from Galveston.
The Monarch of the Seas (4 star)
The Monarch of the Seas is Royal Caribbean's tribute to the great Broadway musicals of the 20th century. Dine in the Pan
Asian elegance of the Flower Drum Song Dining Room or amidst the Scottish tartan plaids of the Brigadoon Dining Room.
Sing along in the Sound of Music showroom after a day of playing in the two outdoor pools and whirlpools. Musical
memories of your favorite shows will come back again and again as you rock the night away in the Ain't Misbehavin'
lounge. In addition, do not forget the Viking Sun Lounge, where you can have cocktails hundreds of feet above the ocean.
All this is served up with the unmistakable Royal Caribbean five-star service.
Vision of the Seas (4.5 star)
Like the Grandeur of the Seas, the Vision has the multilevel Centrum is the hub of this ship, with palm trees, panoramic
windows, gleaming brass, and chairs and low tables placed in cozy groupings. Other popular spots include the convivial
Schooner Bar, the elegant champagne bar and the Solarium, a serene, glass-enclosed pool area with a retractable
ceiling. The Viking Crown Lounge is a Royal Caribbean signature; floating 11 decks above the ocean, it's an observation
point by day and a pulsating dance club at night. There's also a casino and show lounge. Go for a seaside jog on the top
deck, spend a few pampering hours at the spa or work out with a view at the ShipShape Fitness Center. The Windjammer
Café is a casual alternative to the formal, two-level Aquarius Dining Room.
Splendour of the Seas (4.5 star)
Enjoy a seven-story lobby, an 18-hole miniature golf course and a stunning Crystal Canopy, which by day admits the sun
and by night closes to create a magical effect-- Perfect for dancing under. The 1,800-guest Splendour of the Seas sails
four and five night Caribbean cruises from Galveston thru April; then sails briefly from Florida before she moves back to
Europe later this year.
Sovereign of the Seas (4 Star)
With its sea-going atrium with glass elevators, Sovereign is the first ship to truly deserve the title "floating resort." This
gorgeous 2,800-guest cruise ship sails three- and four-night Bahamas cruises year round from Cape Canaveral. Come
aboard the Sovereign of the Seas and visit a piece of paradise.
Royal Caribbean International's Age Policy:
No guest under the age of twenty-one (21) will be booked in a stateroom unless accompanied by an adult twenty-five (25)
years of age, or older. This age limit will be waived for minor children sailing with their parents or guardians in adjacent
staterooms or under-aged married couples (proof of marriage is required). Royal Caribbean International reserves the
right to ask for proof of age. Please note: An individual's age on the date of sailing determines his or her status for the
entire cruise vacation .
Royal Caribbean International's age policy for gambling and consumption of alcoholic beverages is as follows:
* Guests eighteen (18) years of age and older are welcome to play in our casinos (for all Alaska sailings, guests must be
21 years of age in order to play in our casinos).
* Guests eighteen to twenty (18-20) years of age are welcome to enjoy beer and wine (for all Alaska sailings, guests must
be 21 years of age in order to consume beer, wine and any other alcoholic beverages).
* Guests twenty-one (21) years of age and older are welcome to enjoy all alcoholic beverages.
Star Rating System:
6 Star: Exceptional in Every Way
5 Star: Excellent!
4 Star: Very Good
3 Star: Good
2 Star: Fair
1 Star: Limited appeal
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