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ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL
1050 Caribbean Way
Miami, Florida 33132
(800) 327-6700
(800) 722-5329 Fax
www.royalcaribbean.com
 
Enchantment of the Seas: entered service in 1997; lengthened 2005; 82,910 GRT; 989 x 105.6 feet; 2,730-passenger capacity (2,252 double occupancy); 1,126 cabins; international officers and crew; three- and four-night Bahamas cruises year-round from Port Canaveral, Florida (Category C-five stars).

Freedom of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas, and Independence of the Seas: entered service in 2006, 2007, and 2008, respectively; refurbished in 2011; 154,407 GRT; 1,112 x 185 feet; 4,375-passenger capacity (3,634 double occupancy); 1,817 cabins; international officers and crew; Freedom of the Seas offers seven-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral, Florida; Liberty of the Seas offers four- and five-night Caribbean itineraries in the winter and spring and seven-night itineraries in the western Mediterranean in the summer and autumn from Barcelona, Spain; Independence of the Seas offers three- to fourteen-night Mediterranean itineraries in the summer and six- and eight-night Caribbean itineraries in the winter and spring (Category C-five+ stars).

Grandeur of the Seas: entered service in 1996; 73,817 GRT; 916 x 105 feet; 2,446-passenger capacity (1,950 double occupancy); 975 cabins; international officers and crew; seven-night Bermuda, Bahamas and Canada itineraries in the summer and autumn and nine- and 12-night Caribbean itineraries in the Winter and Spring from Baltimore, Maryland (C-14)* (Category C-five stars).

Legend of the Seas: entered service in 1995; 63,100 GRT; 867 x 106 feet; 2,074-passenger capacity (1,804 double occupancy); 902 cabins; international officers and crew; seven- to eleven-night northern Europe and Baltic itineraries from Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Hamburg in the summer and autumn and 10- and 11-night Caribbean and Panama Canal itineraries from Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Category C-five stars).

Majesty of the Seas: entered service in 1992; renovated in 2007; 74,077 GRT; 880 x 106 feet; 2,763-passenger capacity (2,350 double occupancy); 1,829 cabins; international officers and crew; three- and four-night cruises to the Bahamas from Miami, Florida (Category C-four stars).

Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas: entered service in 2009 and 2010, respectively; 225,282 GRT; 1,187 x 215 feet; 6,318-passenger capacity (5,400 double occupancy); 2,700 cabins; international officers and crew; seven-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises from Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Category C-not rated).

Radiance of the Seas, Brilliance of the Seas, Serenade of the Seas, and Jewel of the Seas: entered service in 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004, respectively; Radiance of the Seas refurbished in 2011; 90,090 GRT; 965 x 106 feet; 2,501-passenger capacity (2,110 double occupancy); 1,055 cabins; international officers and crew; Radiance offers cruises to Alaska in the summer and Australia and Hawaii in the winter; Brilliance offers four- and five-night Caribbean cruises from Tampa, Florida in the winter, 12-night northern Europe and Baltic cruises from Harwich, England in the summer, and seven-night Canada and New England cruises from Boston, Mass., in the autumn ; Serenade sails to the western Caribbean from New Orleans, Louisiana, during winter and offers 10- to 12-night Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona, Spain, and Venice, Italy in the summer; Jewel sails year-round from San Juan on seven-night southern Caribbean cruises (C-14)* (Category C-five stars).

Rhapsody of the Seas: entered service in 1997; revitalized 2012; 78,491 GRT; 915 x 105.6 feet; 2,416-passenger capacity (1,998 double occupancy); 1020 cabins; international officers and crew; cruises in Hawaii, Alaska, and Australia/New Zealand (Category C-five stars).

Splendour of the Seas: entered service in 1996; revitalized 2011; 69,130 GRT; 867 x 105 feet; 2,074-passenger capacity (1,830 double occupancy); 915 cabins; international officers and crew; Brazil cruises from Sao Paolo and seven-night Mediterranean cruises from Venice, Italy (Category C-five stars).

Vision of the Seas: entered service in 1998; revitalized 2000; 78,340 GRT; 915 x 105.6 feet; 2,416-passenger capacity (1,998 double occupancy); 999 cabins; international officers and crew; seven-night southern Caribbean cruises from Colon, Panama, in the winter and four- and five-night Caribbean cruises from Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the summer (Category C-five stars).

Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas, Adventure of the Seas, Navigator of the Seas, and Mariner of the Seas: entered service in 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003, respectively; 138,279 GRT; 1,020 x 157.5 feet; 3,807-passenger capacity (3,114 double occupancy); 1,557 cabins; international officers and crew; Voyager sails Australia and New Zealand cruises from Sydney in the Winter and the Asia-Pacific from China in the summer ; Mariner offers year-round Asia-Pacific cruises from China and Singapore; Navigator offers seven-night Caribbean sailings from e Galveston, Texas, in the winter, as well as seven-night Mediterranean cruises from Rome, Italy, in the summer (C-26)* (Category C-five+ stars).
 
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