Cruise Line Profile

Why Choose a Royal Caribbean Cruise?

Family Oriented Mega-resorts on the Sea


With a 22 ship fleet composed of the world’s largest ships, Royal Caribbean has continually offered more innovative features than any other mass-market cruise line. Recent ships introduced the Royal Promenade, a vast multideck-high interior “mall type” boulevard of shops, bars and eateries, other features include rock-climbing walls (all ships), in-line skating, ice-skating rinks, water parks, hot tubs cantilevered over the side, and more

The fleet has the most attractive ships, and arguably the most tasteful and warmest interiors. The company also has by far the largest ships, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, with the newest ships Quantum of the seas and Anthem of the Seas bringing exciting new adventures such as interior skydiving! Always on the cutting edge, the ships are also the most tech savvy. For example Quantum is also said to have more internet band-width than all other cruise ships on the sea- combined!!

Royal Caribbean Quick Look

Best for Budgets of: $1,000 – $7,500+
Location: Worldwide Cruises
Style: Family Oriented| Value to Upscale cruises |
Ships: 22 Ships ranging from Mid-sized to Massive

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Cruise Line Specifics


  • Excellent Ship Design
  • Diverse itineraries
  • Good commitment to cuisine
  • Top notch Entertainment


  • Limited Caribbean options in Summertime
  • Larger Ships can be Slightly Impersonal

Royal Caribbean Ships

Here are some of the best ship options offered by Royal Caribbean

Which is right for you?

Quantum of the Seas

Year Built: 2014
Passengers: 4,905
Decks: 16
Size: 167,800 tons

Allure of the Seas

Year Built: 2010
Passengers: 5,400
Decks: 16
Size: 225,282 tons

Navigator of the Seas

Year Built: 2003
Passengers: 3,835
Decks: 15
Size: 138,000 tons

Vision of the Seas

Year Built: 1998
Refurbished: 2005
Passengers: 2,435
Decks: 11
Size: 78,491 tons

Liberty of the Seas

Year Built: 2007
Passengers: 4,375
Decks: 15
Size: 154,407 tons

Best For

  • Most Interesting Ships
  • Family Fun
  • World-wide Touring
  • Quality dining Experiences

Ships Feature

  • Smart Layouts
  • Mid-sized ships to Huge ships
  • Activities Focus on Sports, Shows
  • Ice Skate, Climb Rock Walls & Sky-dive!

Primary Destinations

  • Caribbean / US / Canada
  • South America
  • Europe
  • South Pacific
  • Asia
Planning your next cruise – or already booked

Either way the best solution for excursions is ShoreTrips

  • Swim with dolphins
  • Explore ruins
  • Zip through forests
  • Explore local culture

ShoreTrips has it all!

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