Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean operates the largest passenger ships in the world, Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas. Its focus is on families and cruises cater for a variety of tastes. There is no lack of things to do, with onboard rock climbing walls, ice skating rinks and shopping malls.

Radiance of the Seas

Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas

Radiance of the Seas is known as the ship of light. It features acres of glass enclosing a nine-storey central atrium, lifts facing the sea and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout. You'll never be at a loss for an incredible view. Ship highlights include a rock climbing wall, kids' programs, teen lounge and disco areas, 16 bars, duty-free shops, three pools, a solarium and a state of the art fitness centre.

Radiance of the Seas has 1,056 cabins, fourteen of which have wheelchair access. Accessibility throughout the ship is good and entertainment is readily available. Passengers will enjoy their time, as they cruise the globe.

Voyager of the Seas

Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas

The largest passenger ship to operate in Australia, Voyager of the Seas offers something for everyone. With a number of specialty dining experiences and a variety of entertainment options, you will be spoilt for choice.

Voyager of the Seas has excellent wheelchair accessibility and a total of 1,557 cabins. There are fourteen decks available to passengers, along with a crew of more than 1000. With twenty-two cabin price grades and an excellent show lounge, Voyager of the Seas offers a great combination of services for all travellers.

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