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From this page you can explorer all Royal Caribbean cruise ship deck plans. All Royal Caribbean ships pages listed below feature a detailed deck plan review of all facilities and public rooms on the ship. Additionally, there is an extensive information on RCI cruise cabins and suites as location, floor plans, types and categories (deck codes), included amenities and services.

Each of our Royal Caribbean deck plans review pages (regularly updated) also features a cruise ship tracker (at page bottom), showing the ship’s current location (AIS position tracking) and link to their individual official website page at RoyalCaribbean.com.

Royal Caribbean deck plans

Royal Caribbean Deck PlansRoyal Caribbean line (the official company name is “Royal Caribbean International”) is known worldwide for its consistent policy of building the world’s largest cruise ships and implementing on them some of the most special (to absolutely bizzare) cruise industry innovations. All RCCL vessels feature innovative designs. They offer active onboard experience, numerous family-friendly activities, amazing itinerary options and best choice vacation destinations.

There were major Royal Caribbean deck plans changes scheduled for the 2015-2016 seasons. Changes relate to all the Royal Caribbean ships’ deck plan codes. Starting in April 2015, Royal Caribbean implements a fleet-wide recategorization, also changing the occupancy restrictions on each cabin grade.

Royal Caribbean ship cruise options include mostly big port cities round-trip departures (but some of the ships also offer one-way itineraries) ranging in length from 2-night mini cruises to 18+ nights on repositioning cruises. The long list of Royal Caribbean ships vacation choices include more than 260 cruise destinations with over 70 countries to visit on all the 6 heavily populated continents of our world.

Name
  • Built-Maiden Voyage / Class
  • Godparents
Tonnage Dimensions (length-width) in feet Passenger Capacity / Crew Total Cabins
Adventure of the Seas
  • 2001-November 18 / Voyager-class
  • Tara Stackpole
  • Kevin Hannafin
  • Margaret McDonnell
  • Richard Lucas
137,280 1020 – 157,5 3114- 3807 / 1185 1557
Allure Of The Seas
  • 2010-December 5 / Oasis-class
  • Princess Fiona (fictional character /from “Shrek”)
225,280 1187 – 215 5412- 6318 / 2150 2706
Anthem Of The Seas
  • 2015 / Quantum-class
  • Emma Wilby
167,800 1141 – 136 4180- 4905 / 1300 2090
Brilliance Of The Seas
  • 2002-July 15 / Radiance-class
  • Marilyn Ofer
90,090 962 – 106 2142- 2543 / 848 1070
Empress Of The Seas
  • 1990-June 25 (as Nordic Empress)
  • Gloria Estefan
48,560 690 – 100 1592- 1910 / 670 796
Enchantment Of The Seas
  • 1997-July 13 / Vision-class
  • Colleen Fain
82,910 989 – 105,6 2252- 2730 / 840 1142
Explorer Of The Seas
  • 2000-October 28 / Voyager-class
  • Jackie Joyner-Kersee/athlete
137,310 1020 – 157,5 3114- 3840 / 1185 1557
Freedom Of The Seas
  • 2006-May 11 / Freedom-class
  • Katherine Louise Calder
154,410 1112 – 185 3634- 4375 / 1360 1817
Grandeur Of The Seas
  • 1996-December 14 / Vision-class
  • Aviva Ofer
73,820 916 – 105,6 1992- 2440 / 760 996
Harmony of the Seas
  • 2016 / Oasis-3-class
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227,700 1193 – 217 5497- 6410 / 2300 2747
Independence Of The Seas
  • 2008-May 2 / Freedom-class
  • Elizabeth Hill
154,410 1112 – 185 3634- 4375 / 1360 1817
Jewel Of The Seas
  • 2004-May 8 / Radiance-class
  • Kathy Mellor
90,090 962 – 106 2112- 2502 / 859 1055
Legend Of The Seas
  • 1995-May 16 / Vision-class
  • Cindy Pritzker
  • In 2017 sold to Thomson Cruises (renamed TUI Discovery 2)
69,130 867 – 105 1832- 2074 / 726 915
Liberty Of The Seas
  • 2007-May 19 / Freedom-class
  • Donnalea Madeley/travel agent
154,410 1112 – 185 3634- 4375 / 1360 1817
Majesty Of The Seas
  • 1992-April 26 / Sovereign-class
  • HM Queen Sonja of Norway
  • leaving the fleet in 2018 (goes to Pullmantur)
74,080 880 – 106 2350- 2767 / 912 1829
Mariner Of The Seas
  • 2003-November 16 / Voyager-class
  • Jean Driscoll/wheelchair racer
138,280 1020 – 157,5 3114- 3807 / 1185 1557
Navigator Of The Seas
  • 2002-December 14 / Voyager-class
  • Stefanie Graf/tennis player
138,280 1020 – 157,5 3272- 3926 / 1213 1636
Oasis Of The Seas
  • 2009-December 5 / Oasis-class
  • Daisy Fuentes/model
  • Dara Torres/swimmer
  • Gloria Estefan/singer
  • Jane Seymour/actress
  • Keisha Knight Pulliam/actress
  • Michelle Kwan/figure skater
  • Shawn Johnson/gymnast
225,280 1187 – 215 5412- 6360 / 2394 2706
Orbiter of the Galaxies
  • space cruise ship
  • launch in 2030
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Ovation Of The Seas
  • 2016 / Quantum-class
  • Fan Bingbing (Chinese actress, pop singer)
167,800 1141 – 136 4180- 4905 / 1300 2090
Quantum Of The Seas
  • 2014 / Quantum-class
  • Kristin Chenoweth
167,800 1141 – 136 4180- 4905 / 1300 2090
Radiance Of The Seas
  • 2001-April 7 / Radiance-class
  • Margot L. Pritzker
90,090 962 – 106 2143- 2466 / 894 1083
Rhapsody Of The Seas
  • 1997-May 19 / Vision-class
  • Bodil Wilhelmsen
78,490 915,4 – 105,6 1998- 2416 / 765 1020
Serenade Of The Seas
  • 2003-August 25 / Radiance-class
  • Whoopi Goldberg/actress
90,090 965 – 106 2146- 2476 / 884 1073
Splendour Of The Seas
  • 1996-March 31 / Vision-class
  • Lise Wilhelmsen
  • in 2016 sold to Thomson Cruises (renamed TUI Discovery).
69,130 867 – 105 1830- 2074 / 760 915
Vision Of The Seas
  • 1998-May 2 / Vision-class
  • Helen Morin Stephan
78,340 915 – 105,6 2050- 2514 / 742 1024
Voyager Of The Seas
  • 1999-November 21 / Voyager-class
  • Katarina Witt/figure skater, model
137,280 1020 – 157,5 3114- 3840 / 1176 1557
(unnamed) Of The Seas 2016 – Quantum-class 167,800
(unnamed) Of The Seas 2016 – Oasis-class 227,700

Royal Caribbean cabins and suites photos

The following table has the Royal Caribbean ships classification showing the line’s vessel classes (listed biggest to smallest). Because of their large sizes, all cabins and suites photos are shown in thumbnails (reduced-size combo pictures) that open in the same tab/window.

Note: Cabin categories and suite grades as names are embedded in the images.

O – Oasis-class (largest)
  • Allure
  • Harmony
  • Oasis
photos (cabins)Royal Caribbean Allure-Oasis-Harmony cabins photos

photos (suites)Royal Caribbean Allure-Oasis-Harmony suites photos

Q – Quantum-class (newest)
  • Anthem
  • Ovation
  • Quantum
photosRoyal Caribbean Anthem-Quantum-Ovation cabins and suites photos
F – Freedom-class
  • Liberty
  • Freedom
  • Independence
photosRoyal Caribbean Liberty-Freedom-Independence cabins and suites photos
R – Radiance-class
  • Brilliance
  • Jewel
  • Radiance
  • Serenade
photosRoyal Caribbean Brilliance-Jewel-Radiance-Serenade cabins and suites photos
VR – Voyager-class
  • Adventure
  • Explorer
  • Mariner
  • Navigator
  • Voyager
photosRoyal Caribbean Adventure-Explorer-Mariner-Navigator-Voyager cabins and suites photos
VS – Vision-class
  • Enchantment
  • Grandeur
  • Legend
  • Rhapsody
  • Splendour
  • Vision
photosRoyal Caribbean Enchantment-Grandeur-Legend-Rhapsody-Vision cabins and suites photos
S – Sovereign-class (oldest)
  • Majesty
photosRoyal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas cabins and suites photos

Best Royal Caribbean ship facilities and “deck activities”

  • Kids club activities (by the Adventure Ocean kids programme).
  • Main facilities list includes: Library, Disco/Nightclub, Grand-style productions Theatre, Casino Royale, Live Comedy Club.
  • Feature sports facilities: Rock Climbing Wall, Studio B Ice-Skating Rink, Flow Rider/surfing simulator, Walking/Jogging track, Multiple Sports Court, Golf Simulator, H2O Zone Waterpark with Waterslide, ZIP-line, Adventure Beach (main pool zone), and on Quantum ships only (Skydiving Simulator, Bumper Cars, North Star/rotational capsule)
  • Feature relaxation areas, lounges & complexes: Vitality Spa & Fitness Centre, Swimming Pools, Whirlpools, Lounges (Viking Crown, Concierge, Diamond), Boardwalk-, Central Park-, Centrum- and Royal Promenade multi-deck areas, Solarium (top deck adult-only area).
  • Dining venues: Main Dining Rooms, Poolside Bars, 24-hour Room Service, Windjammer Cafe/buffet restaurant, Chops Grille/steakhouse, specialty restaurants/at surcharge per person.
  • (new) Digital Signage (video boards for easy navigation around the ship), “Barbie Experience”, “DreamWorks Characters Breakfast”, Virtual Balcony Staterooms, Studio Balcony Cabins, Loft Suites.

Royal Caribbean’s DreamWorks ships

On selected RCi ships, guests can enjoy the line’s signature DreamWorks Experience. This is a themed entertainment program via a partnership between Royal Caribbean International and Walt Disney (the distributor of the DreamWorks Studios productions via its subsidiary Touchstone Pictures).

This new onboard live show program is geared mainly toward families. It offers DreamWorks movie-themed activities on the ship. The list of activities features:

  • DreamWorks-character meetings & greetings (with photo ops). The list of the characters includes Po (from the movie “Kung Fu Panda”), Shrek, Fiona, Puss (from the moviie series “Shrek”), Alex, Gloria, King Julien, penguins (from the movie series “The Penguins of Madagascar” and “All Hail King Julien”).
  • Character Breakfast (in the main dining room restaurant)
  • 3D DreamWorks movies (daily screened in the Royal Theater)
  • Themed activities and games by the ship’s “Adventure Ocean” children program

The current list of Royal Caribbean ships offering the “DreamWorks Experience” programming includes Allure, Anthem, Freedom, Harmony, Liberty, Mariner, Oasis, Ovation, Quantum, Voyager.

Royal Caribbean Internet VOOM

VOOM is the name of the RCI’s new, high-speed internet service available on board. The service provides passengers with the pleasure to enjoy at sea almost the same high-speed Internet connections they are used to while on land. The new satellite technology utilizes each RCI cruise ship specifically. VOOM offers high speed onboard Internet access both in ports of call and at sea.

Voom Internet has latency 120 ms, ping ~300 ms, download speed ~4,6 Mbps, upload speed ~5,2 Mbps. Voom allows fast streaming of music and movies (incl YouTube, Netflix), uploading multiple (incl big-sized) pictures, also video chatting (incl FaceTime, Skype, conference calls), checking email, web surfing, stable and fast VPN connections.

OLD unlimited Internet packages

  • Until May 2016, the unlimited Internet cost US$15 per device per day, and only when purchased for multiple days. The total cost for a 7-night Royal Caribbean cruise was US$105 (for one device).
  • A second device (added at 50% discount) offered a total cost per day US$22,50 (for both devices). The total cost for a 7-night Royal Caribbean cruise was US$157,50 (for two devices).
  • Another available for purchasing offer was the daily Internet package at US$29,95 (or US$209,65 for a 7-night RCI cruise).

NEW unlimited Internet packages cost

In April 2016, RCI revamped its high-speed ship internet offering from only one plan into different per day packages with pricing based on the number of included devices. Two new packages are currently available for booking:

  • Note: Unlimited Internet packages can be purchased on board and also pre-purchased (before the cruise) via RCI’s “Cruise Planner”. All Internet package prices listed below are “Cruise Planner” booking rates and include the 30% pre-cruise booking discount.
  • “Voom Surf Voyage” is the “light package” providing high-speed Internet for general web browsing, e-mails and social media platforms (excepting video streaming). The “Voom Surf Voyage” Internet package cost (per day) depends on the number of mobile devices using it. Its pricing is as follows: $10 (1 device), $17 (2 devices), $24 (3 devices), $28 (4 devices) and $32 (5 devices).
  • “Voom Surf + Stream” is the “real deal”, offering unlimited Internet activities, including the high-speed video streaming (music, movies, video chatting, texting, VoIP apps /Internet phone calls). The “Voom Surf + Stream” Internet package cost (per day) also depends on the number of mobile devices included. Its pricing is as follows: $13 (1 device), $23 (2 devices), $32 (3 devices), $40 (4 devices) and $42 (5 devices).

The RCI’s VOOM Internet will be available fleetwide by the end of May 2016.

RCI ship review videos

YouTube video review of Royal Caribbean ships’ Kids Programmes (Adventure Ocean Club, Royal Babies & Tots Nursery, and the Teen Programme).

Note: On Royal Caribbean ships children activities are segmented in the following groups: Royal Babies (6 to 18 mths), Royal Tots (18 to 36 mths), Aquanauts (3 to 5 yo), Explorers (6 to 8 yo), Voyagers (9 to 11 yo), Navigators (12 to 14 yo) and Teenagers (12 to 17 yo).

YouTube video review of Royal Caribbean ships’ Dining Options (Specialty Restaurants, Main Dining Rooms and Buffets, My Time Dining)

YouTube video review of the new Royal Caribbean “Dynamic Dining” options introduced on their newest Quantum-class vessels

YouTube video review of Royal Caribbean ships’ refurbishments scheduled 2013 onward (the “fleet revitalization”) or what is new on board:

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