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Radiance of the Seas

Radiance of the Seas, sister ship to Jewel of the Seas, is one of Royal Caribbean's stunning Vision class ships. The stunning super-liner, carries around 2,400 passengers and is wrapped in glass from every direction, ensuring fabulous panoramic views throughout the ship.

The Radiance of the Seas was built with environmentally sensitive world heritage sites in mind such as Alaska- including the use of gas turbines as opposed to diesel engines, making the Jewel of the Seas more environmentally friendly and much quieter. This makes Radiance of the Seas the ideal ship to visit Alaska's coastline, as she does each summer, along with the beautiful Island if Hawaii in spring.

Radiance of the Seas is a fantastic ship, filled with fantastic dining venues, comfortable lounge bars and wonderful entertainment facilities. From the kids' club to the Broadway-style shows, there is something for everyone onboard.

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Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/2001
Tonnage 90000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 14
Number Of Decks 13
Number Of Elevators 9
Number Of Pools 2
Number Of Restaurants 4
Formal Nights Yes
Kids Clubs Yes
Maximum Capacity 2112 (2501)
Crew 858
Refurbished 2016

Ship Facilities

Cuisine and dining onboard Radiance of the Seas offers the fantastic fare and high standards you would expect of a Royal Caribbean ship. The Cascades main dining rooms offers classic cruise cuisine, the Windjammer Cafe is ideal after a long day of shore excursions or sitting by the pool and Chops Grille is the ever popular steak house onboard.

Radiance of the Seas refurb bought a selection of new dining venues to the ship. You can now head to Giovanni's Table for wonderful Italian fare, Rita's Cantina, for great Mexican-style food and the Park Cafe, ideal for you coffee fix and a cheeky pastry. There is also the Izumi Asian Cuisine restaurant, the Boardwalk Dog House- Royal Caribbean's new hot dog stand- and the fine-dining of the Chef's Table.

Entertainment onboard Radiance of the Seas is fun-filled for everyone onboard. There are sophisticated evenings in the theatre followed by the Schooners martini bar, mini golf and Adventure Ocean kids' club for family-fun, or you can even enjoy a tranquil day by the pool. For the active folk onboard there is a rock climbing wall, waterslides in the kids' pool and, of course a cruising must, the golf simulator.

There is also a great selection of lounge bars onboard, offering speciality coffees, cold beers and cocktails throughout the day, while those who fancy a flutter can head to the casino. Venues include:

  • Schooner Bar
  • Diamond Club
  • Solarium Bar
  • Suite Lounge
  • English Pub
  • Pool Bar
  • Champagne Bar

To keep youngsters out of trouble, and to offer a welcome escape from their parents onboard, there is the Adventure Ocean kids' club onboard, filled with different activities and places to hang out, depending on age. Catering from the youngest guests through to tweens, there’s a place for everyone to have fun and meet others their age.

There is also a new nursery for the nippers onboard, so you can rest assured the best care possible is available should you fancy a trip to the spa or a quiet afternoon by the pool.

Spa and fitness

Radiance of the Seas boasts fantastic spa and fitness facilities, which enjoy the same, gorgeous panoramic views as the rest of the ship. The fitness centre boasts all the usual equipment, classes and staff, while the ShipShape Spa offers an elegant escape from a busy day at sea- the perfect place for a few indulgent hours of pampering.

  • ShipShape Fitness Centre and Spa
  • Two swimming pools
  • Three jacuzzis
  • Running Track

Recreation

Recreation onboard Radiance of the Seas offers a real variety of activities. From hitting the rock climbing wall or sports court so you can burn off some of the great food onboard, to retiring to the library for some peace and quiet with a book, there is as much, or as little to do onboard as you please.

  • Boutique shopping
  • Basketball/Volleyball court (half court)
  • Rock-climbing wall
  • Golf simulator

Customer reviews for Radiance of the Seas

Room as not what we expected with a full length window. The ship was over crowded. Had an extra day at sea instead of a port of call due to a 2 hour delay leaving, why? Excursion services were unhelpful unless your booking a trip with them. Dining room food was not as good as the buffet restaurant, it seemed to be sitting around too long. The formal night was no different to any other night. All in all couldn't wait to get off the ship.

Ship is very nice but abit dated needs a complete refurbishment

Food very good although limited choice in the dining restaurant. First sitting was too early at 5.30 so went for 2nd sitting when we got on board. Really too late for me to eat but they had a waiting list for any time dining. Had problems with bathroom especially the shower. Kept flooding the bathroom. Husband had to tighten shower holder as was loose. Had to hand hold shower head to stop my hair getting wet at every shower. Toilet wouldn't flush but dealt with quickly. Staff were excellent across the board. Excursions too expensive so didn't book any. Not a wide enough variety of drinks packages. It was all or nothing. Didn't book one. On boarding the ship we had to run the gamut of staff trying to sell drinks, restaurants, the spa etc. My comparison is with Egypt and vendors harassing you to buy. We were put off as were other guests. t would have been nice for the cruise company to put on lectures in the theatre. Entertainment was reasonable. Overall enjoyed the cruise

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