Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas

The newest ship in Royal Caribbean Oasis class, Allure of the Seas, offers unforgettable experience and definitely is something you have never seen before. It is the world’s largest cruise ship ever constructed, owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. In case that you haven’t heard yet about it, in summer 2015, Allure of the Seas will sail European waters, departing round trip from Barcelona and Civitavecchia near Rome.

The outstanding Allure of the Seas spans 16 decks, encompasses 220 000 gross registered tons, carries 5400 guests at double occupancy, and features 2700 staterooms. Like its sister Oasis of the Seas, Allure includes a novel neighborhood concept, which divides the ship into seven distinct spaces that range from the foliage-filled Central Park to the Boardwalk, with its handmade wooden carousel. The ship also features a theatre with 1380 seats, an ice skating rink which offers professionally produced ice shows, 25 dining options including the first Starbucks coffee shop at sea, a boulevard that runs nearly the length of the ship, an outdoor park longer than a football pitch complete with over 12000 live plants and trees, a pool and sports deck feturing a zip line, nine-hole minigolf course, jazz clubs, comedy clubs, and many, many more.

There are a lot of beautiful shows you can see such as „Chicago,“ the second Broadway production offered by Royal Caribbean and new to the outdoor Aqua Theater is „Ocean Aria“, a show about an ancient race of sea people. Allure introduced Rita’s Cantina, Mexi-Cali beach bar with menu options like taco salad, chile rellenos, shrimp ceviche tostadas and much more. Absolutely incredible beach bar!

The first Guess boutique at sea, which sells the company’s designer handbags, luxury watches, shoes, jewellery and sunglasses is also available on the Allure. The ship celebrates youthful exuberance in the form of surf simulators, rock-climbing walls and some of the best children’s facilities at sea. As you can see, there are a lot of things you can try and in which you can enjoy while you spending your time on this gorgeous ship.

Allure of the Seas has more than 20 cabin categories, including cruising’s only „inward-facing“ balconies, show-stopping rooms that feature mammoth wraparound balconies overlooking the ship’s outdoor amphitheater, accommodations with a view of the sky and either Central Park’s greenery or the Boardwalk’s machinery, two-story Loft Suites and Aqua Theater Suites.
On July 7 Royal Caribbean International launched an innovative and first-of-its-kind approach to viewing cruise ships. Royal Caribbean is using Google Maps Business View to advertise the Allure of the Seas. Thanks to that, costumers will have an interactive experience allowing for a free exploration of this ship.