Updated July 2019

 

When it was announced that there was going to be a cruise ship built that is longer than four full sized football pitches, five times the size of Titantic, and worth more than $1.5 billion, nobody quite believed it. Royal Caribbean are known for pushing boundaries, but how far could they go?




We thought we'd put the ship to the test, and see if we could find 100 activities onboard Allure of the Seas to do in one day. If you are one who likes keeping busy during your cruise holiday, read on to find out how we got on!

Morning

After a wake-up call, a hot shower and a quick glance at the daily activity schedule, this is how the day began…

1. Watch the sunrise 6.30am

2. Breakfast on the balcony 6.37am

3. Watch the morning show on TV 7.00am (Tip: Presented by the Cruise Director, this is a great way to get an overview of the day's activities)

4. Go for a jog - the jogging track is located on Deck 5 and is 0.43 miles long. 7.16am

5. Sweat it out in the gym 8.00am

6. Speak to the Future Cruise desk about what onboard benefits can be received if you book your next cruise onboard. 8.30am

7. Stroll through Central Park 8.45am

8. Read about the variety of live plant onboard 8.47am

9. Take a look in the Coach store 8.52am

10. Morning tea and cake 9.00am

11. Join in a trivia 9.20am

12. Walk the length of the ship down the Royal Promenade 9.45am

13. High-five a crew member 9.46am

14. Take a ride in a glass elevator for sweeping views of the ship 9.48am

15. Have a picture with Shrek 9.50am

16. Catch some rays on a sun lounger 9.52am (Tip: If you do like the sun, you can relax on an in-door lounger in the Solarium)

17. Take a dip in the pool 10.20am

18. Watch a pool tournament, such as water polo and volleyball 10.30am

19. Listen to the steel drum band at the pool deck 10.40am

20. Ride the Flowrider surf simulator 10.45am

 

 

21. Watch at least one person get wiped out by the flow rider 11.05am

22. Watch the Flowrider show 11.10am

23. Cool down with an ice cream 11.30am

24. Look down at the sea from the top of the ship 11.45am

Afternoon

25. Lunch in the Windjammer 12.00pm

26. Try the famous beef roll in Central park Cafe 12.35pm

27. Tee up for a round of Mini Golf 12.50pm

28. Ride the Zipline 1.05pm

29. Check out a loft suite 1.12pm

30. Walk through the Boardwalk 1.23pm

31. Grab a doughnut from the doughnut stand 1.25pm

32. Make a wish with Zoltan 1.27pm

33. Ride the only carousel at sea 1.30pm

34. Dance with the Johnny Rockets staff 1.36pm

35. Watch an Aquashow, another Royal Caribbean first 1.40pm

36. Try a corn-dog 2.15pm

37. Have a picture by the boy and balloon statue 2.17pm

38. Keep the energy up with a bag of pick'n'mix sweets from the candy store...there's still a long way to go! 2.22pm

39. Walk along the outer decks and spot for other ships on the horizon 2.27pm

40. Play shuffleboard 2.35pm (Tip: If you not know how to play, there is always someone on hand to show you!)

 

 

41. Visit the Cupcake Cupboard 2.50pm

42. Name Oasis of the Seas 7 Godmothers at the Guest Services Desk 2.55pm

43. Go shopping! 3.05pm

44. Talk a walk out on the helipad 3.20pm

45. Wine tasting 3.36pm

46. Take out a book from the library 3.45pm

47. Go to an art auction 3.50pm

48. Lace up for some of the only ice-skating at sea 4.00pm

49. Ask for some tips from the professional ice skaters 4.15pm

50. Walk the spiral stairs 4.22pm

51. Watch a live afternoon gameshow 4.25pm

52. Afternoon tea 4.42pm (Tip: A great place to grab a tea is at the Promenade Cafe on Deck 5)

53. Shoot some hoops in the Basketball Court 4.54pm

54. Climb the Rock climbing wall 5.00pm

55. Try the harder rock climbing wall – if you are brave enough! 5.05pm

56. Watch the belly-flop competition 5.08pm

57. Go to the Spa for a much deserved mini-massage 5.15pm

58. Listen to a health seminar 5.25pm

59. Visit the Internet Café and send an email home 5.36pm

Evening

60. Dress to impress for an evening of glamour 5.40pm

 

 

61. Watch a parade down the Royal Promenade 5.55pm

62. Have a cocktail 6.00pm (Tip: The Pool Bar is a lovely, social spot for this)

63. Watch the sunset 6.07pm (Tip: Watching the sunset from the helipad is an amazing experience)

64. See a movie on the outdoor movie screen 6.09pm

65. Pre-dinner champagne 6.15pm (Tip: The Champagne Bar is on the Royal Promenade, just in front of the dining room)

66. People watch and look at everyone’s spectacular dresses 6.17pm (Tip: The Royal Promenade is the best place to do this!)

67. Watch the Captains speech 6.18pm

68. Have a picture with the captain 6.21pm

69. Have a formal picture by the ships professional photographer 6.25pm

70. Have dinner in the main dining room 6.30pm 

71. Watch a waiter perform a magic trick 6.45pm

72. Try something you have never eaten before 6.47pm 

73. Meet the head waiter 6.50pm

74. Admire the stars walking through Central park in the evening 7.30pm

75. Take 5 minutes to sit on a bench and listen to the live violinist in Central park 7.35pm

76. Go to a show 7.40pm (Tip: You must go and see the Broadway production of Hairspray)

77. Take a look at every venue in Entertainment Place 8.36pm (Tip: You can check out where you want to go on the next night of your cruise)

Night

78. Roll the dice in the casino 8.39pm

79. Join in a game of Blackjack 8.40pm

80. Listen to live music in Dazzles 8.48pm

 

 

81. Ride the Rising Tide Bar 8.52pm

82. Make new friends 8.54pm (Tip: Meeting new people is a great part of a cruise and you can make life-long friends)

83. Join in karaoke 9.05pm

84. Feel at home with a beer in the English pub 9.10pm

85. Watch the Latin dancing in Boleros 9.15pm

86. Walk through the Schooner Bar and smile at the piano man, play it again Sam! 9.19pm

87. Dance in the nightclub 9.23pm

88. Take a peep in Adventure Ocean to see the children enjoying the sleepover parties 9.28pm

89. Go to the Viking Crown Lounge 9.30pm

90. Toast a night cap with friends 9.36pm

91. Get changed out of formal wear and head back out 9.42pm

92. Take a late night dip in the whirlpool 9.50pm

93. Try a new late night cocktail at the pool deck 10.00pm (Tip: The frozen Mojito is delicious)

94. Dance like no one is watching under the stars 10.10pm

95. Use the way-finder to navigate you way back to your stateroom 10.25pm

96. Order a late snack snack with room service 10.35pm

97. Sit on your balcony and admire the moon's reflection across the dark ocean 11.00pm

98. Make a wish on a shooting star (if you're lucky enough!) 11.30pm

99. Take a shower and change into the Royal Caribbean robe and slippers 11.35pm

100. Go to bed...phew what an incredible day! 11.58pm

 

So with a full belly, tender feet and a day packed with memories, there are 100 activities accomplished in just one day onboard one of the biggest ships in the world.

If you'd like to experience this fun-packed ship for yourself, browse our Allure of the Seas cruise offers.