The largest cruise ships in the world, Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class ships – comprising Oasis, Allure, Harmony and Symphony of the Seas – have redefined the cruise experience. The ships are built for adventure, featuring
a 10-storey Ultimate Abyss slide, along with the trio of water slides known as The Perfect Storm (coming to the “amplified” Allure of the Seas in 2020).
The Royal Suite Class on board Oasis-class set the standard for onboard luxury with exclusive experiences, amazing amenities, personalised service and unbelievable decor. They include the Ultimate Family suite on board Symphony of the Seas, which comes with its own slide, cinema room and Lego wall.
Standing 42.72 metres above sea level, the Ultimate Abyss is the tallest slide at sea, with a 28-metre serpentine-like drop. Riders are on the slide for an average of 13.5 seconds.
Symphony of the Seas, the newest ship in the class, has 14 speciality restaurants with more than 350 dishes served daily – that’s 5,189 different restaurant seats. Incredibly, 2,232 oysters are served weekly at Hooked Seafood. Symphony of the Seas also carries 195 spirits and 450 cases of Champagne each week.
Guests can feel the adrenaline rush as they zoom nine decks high above the boardwalk on the zip line, take a spin on the ice-skating rink or challenge themselves in the escape room.
The great innovators: your guide to selling Royal Caribbean cruise holidays. Find out more about the Royal Caribbean customer, its private island Perfect Day at CocoCay, and Club Royal, its agent rewards scheme. Click here to read the magazine in full.
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The great innovators: your guide to selling Royal Caribbean cruise holidays. Find out more about the Royal Caribbean customer; its private island Perfect Day at CocoCay, and Club Royal; and its agent rewards scheme. Click here to read the magazine in full.