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Splendour of the Seas

Having been sold in 2016, Splendour of the Seas now sails as Marella Discovery. However, Royal Caribbean have other great ships to choose from, including Odyssey of the Seas.

Ship Stats and Features

Year Entered Service 01/01/1996
Tonnage 70000
Wheelchair Accessible Cabins 17
Number Of Decks 11
Number Of Elevators 11
Number Of Pools 2
Number Of Restaurants 3
Formal Nights Yes
Kids Clubs Yes
Maximum Capacity 1804 (2064)
Crew 720
Refurbished 01/01/2011

Customer reviews for Splendour of the Seas

Just returned from a Venice round trip cruise on Splendour. Great ship, great food, amazing staff who care, and fantastic itinery. Would really recommend this trip if you haven't done it before. Sailing in and out of Venice is an amazing spectacle. Slight downside was the late sitting was 9pm and on previous ships has always been 8.30pm. Used Windjammer a couple of evenings so as not to miss shows and other things going on around the ship. Entertainment was great, especially The Beatles. Boarding and disembarking was flawless, lots of people guiding you along the route. Not so in Marco Polo airport on return home. Long check-in and passport control so make sure you leave plenty of time as we boarded straight away after getting through passport control. Above all i reccomend this cruise

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My review is for you Iglu I would like to say a big thank you for a very professional service you provided. We had a wonderful holiday from start to finish and it all went like clock work, greeted at the airport as if we were film stars! It made our holiday extra special. It was a pleasure being onboard Splendour of the Seas Royal Caribbean. Kind regards. With thanks. Mrs B Liney

Ship was a bit jaded but the crew were excellent

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