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Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide

6 minutes read • October 3rd, 2019
Royal Caribbean International is a cruise line with a long and eventful history, one of the most revolutionary fleets, and millions of fans all over the globe. Currently, the RCI’s cruise family consists of 25 liners, including the world’s largest cruise ships. Besides, the company has two vessels under construction and three more on order.
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide
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Royal Caribbean fleet ships are easily recognized both from the outside and from the inside. Bionic Bar; Wonderland; FlowRider surf simulators; the tallest slide at sea, Ultimate Abyss; RipCord by iFLY, the only skydiving simulator at sea; Sky Pad bungee trampoline – we can continue this list of the RCI’s unique onboard amenities endlessly. By the way, the company with its North Star attraction has even broken the World Record for the “Highest Viewing Deck on a Cruise Ship.”
Well, we’d like to share the

Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide

with you. We will regularly update it, and we hope it will be useful.

 

ROYAL CARIBBEAN FLEET BY CLASS 

  • Vision Class
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide
Vision of the Seas
© Public domain/Pixabay

 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last
Refurbished
Departure Port
Grandeur of the Seas 1996 73,817 1,992 2017 Bridgetown, Barbados; Galveston, TX; Miami, FL
Rhapsody of the Seas 1997 78,491 2,040 2016 Tampa, FL; Miami, FL; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Ravenna, ItalyBarcelona, SpainHaifa, Israel; Bridgetown, Barbados
Enchantment of the Seas 1997 82,910 2,284 2017 Baltimore, MD
Vision of the Seas 1998 78,340 2,048 2018 San Juan, Puerto Rico; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Barcelona, Spain
 
  • Voyager Class
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide
Explorer of the Seas by JoachimKohlerBremen/Wiki/CC BY-SA 4.0
 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last
Refurbished
Departure Port
Voyager of the Seas 1999 137,276 3,286 2019 Barcelona, Spain; Copenhagen, Denmark; Stockholm, Sweden; Boston, MA; San Juan, Puerto Rico
Explorer of the Seas 2000 137,308 3,286 2015 San Juan, Puerto Rico; Miami, FL
Adventure of the Seas 2001 137,276 3,342 2018 Nassau, Bahamas; Galveston, TX; New York, NY
Navigator of the Seas 2002 139,999 3,286 2019 Los Angeles, CA
Mariner of the Seas 2003 139,863 3,348 2018 Port Canaveral, FL
 
  • Radiance Class
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide
Serenade of the Seas
© Public domain/Pixabay

 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last
Refurbished
Departure Port
Radiance of the Seas 2001 90,090 2,139 2016 Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL; Vancouver, Canada; Seward, AK; Honolulu (Oahu), HI; Sydney, Australia
Brilliance of the Seas 2002 90,090 2,145 2018 Tampa, FL; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Ravenna, Italy
Serenade of the Seas 2003 90,090 2,143 2017 Seattle, WA; Sydney, Australia; Vancouver, Canada; Los Angeles, CA; Tampa, FL
Jewel of the Seas 2004 90,090 2,194 2021 Limassol, Cyprus; Miami, FL; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Tarragona, Spain; Piraeus (Athens), Greece; Port Canaveral, FL
 
  • Freedom Class
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide Freedom of the Seas
Photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean International

 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last
Refurbished
Departure Port
Freedom of the Seas 2006 154,407 3,782 2020 Miami, FL
Liberty of the Seas 2007 154,407 3,798 2021 Galveston, TX; Fort Lauderdale, FL
Independence of the Seas 2008 154,407 3,864 2018 Galveston, TX; Port Canaveral, FL
 
  • Oasis Class
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide
Symphony of the Seas
​© Public domain/Pixabay

 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last
Refurbished
Departure Port
Oasis of the Seas 2009 225,282 5,492 2019 New York NY; Miami, FL
Allure of the Seas 2010 225,282 5,496 2020 Port Canaveral, FL; Fort Lauderdale, FL; Barcelona, Spain; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Galveston, TX
Harmony of the Seas 2016 226,963 5,494 2021 Barcelona, Spain; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy; Port Canaveral, FL
Symphony of the Seas 2018 228,081 5,518 2021 Miami, FL
 
  • Quantum Class
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide
Ovation of the Seas
​© Public domain/Pixabay

 
Ship Year Built Tonnage Guest Capacity Last
Refurbished
Departure Port
Quantum of the Seas 2014 168,666 4,188 2019 Vancouver, Canada; Seattle, WA; Honolulu (Oahu), HI; Brisbane, Australia
Anthem of the Seas 2015 168,666 4,182 2020 Southampton, England; New York, NY
Ovation of the Seas 2016 168,666 4,182 2021 Seattle, WA; Sydney, Australia; Honolulu (Oahu), HI; Vancouver, Canada
Spectrum of the Seas* 2019 169,379 4,246   Shenzhen, China; Hong Kong, ChinaTianjin, China
Odyssey of the Seas* 2021 169,000 4,198   Fort Lauderdale, FL; Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy

*Spectrum of the Seas is the first Quantum Ultra Class ship
*Odyssey of the Seas is the second Quantum Ultra Class ship

 

ROYAL CARIBBEAN FUTURE SHIPS

  • Wonder of the Seas
Royal Caribbean Fleet Guide Wonder of the Seas
Photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean International


Due to enter service: 2022
Class: Oasis Class
Tonnage: 236,857 GT
Guest Capacity: 5,734
Departure Port: Shanghai, China; Hong Kong, China
 
  • Icon of the Seas
Due to enter service: 2023
Class: Icon Class
Tonnage: 200,000 GT
Guest Capacity: 5,650

By the way, Icon of the Seas will become the 1st LNG-powered Project Icon cruise ship.

Besides, RCI has three more ships on order. They are expected to enter service in 2024, 2025, and 2026.

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