Families on a budget looking for an active cruise holiday may have their aspirations met on board a ship from Royal Caribbean Cruises
, it has been revealed.
Jane Archer states in the Daily Telegraph that the liner was the first to introduce a rock climbing wall on its vessels and has continued to appeal to those with a love of remaining active.Voyager of the Seas
should be the ship of choice for holidaymakers interested in enjoying some ice skating or rollerblading, while Independence of the Seas
provides guests with the thrills and spills of a water park.
However, those with a hatred of simply lying on a sunbed with their earphones on may want to book a trip on a new ship due to set sail from December.
Ms Archer reveals: "Oasis of the Seas, Royal's 5,400-passenger mega-ship launching in December, has two climbing walls, two FlowRiders and the first zipwire at sea: you will be harnessed in and zip along a wire strung nine decks above the aft end of the ship."
Voyager of the Seas became the world's largest cruise offering when it was unleashed in 1999 and is capable of hosting 3,114 guests.
Written by Chris Smith