Explorer of the Seas
There's never been a ship like this. Enjoy never-seen-before cruise features like a skating rink, a rock-climbing wall, a street fair - and more. There was only one way to accommodate all of these innovative ideas....build a bigger ship ! The 142,000-ton, 3,114-guest Explorer is the largest in the world and boasts the highest space-per-guest ratio in the cruise market - and includes enhanced staterooms, expanded dining options and exceptional recreational facilities.
La Scala Theatre
The Royal Promenade, cruising's first horizontal atrium, is two football fields in length and four decks high. With a wide selection of shops, restaurants and entertainment the Royal Promenade will be the place to be.For starters, Royal Promenade has more shopping opportunities than any other ship at sea. You'll find boutiques and specialty shops of every kind - from jewelry to perfume to china to liquors. And that's just the beginning. Savor your favorite brandy at the Connoisseur Club. Or, if you're a sports fan, drop by Spinners bar. Plus, at any time, you can enjoy a delicious meal at one of the around-the-clock dining options. Between the shops, dining and colorful street festivities, you'll find an ambience comparable to that of New York's Times Square or London's Burlington Arcade. The Royal Promenade is truly a revolution in cruise ship design. And through the only staterooms at sea with an interior view, you'll look down on an exciting and bustling street life below.
Ice Skating Rink
Take a shot at a double axle in the only ice skating rink at sea. Or, once the rink is converted to a stage, settle in for an unforgettable show in the same unique area.
Not long ago, anyone who suggested booking the Ice Capades on a cruise ship would have been laughed out of the room. Not anymore. Center Ice at Studio B accommodates professional ice shows and open skating. That is, when there isn't an amazing show happening. See, Studio B is also a 900-seat arena where you'll find rock concerts, games shows, fashion shows - almost any kind of show you can imagine. And when there isn't a performance, the stage is converted to an ice skating rink - the only ice skating rink at sea. RCCL wanted to build a ship with some of the most unique offerings ever seen, and I think you'll find they've done just that.
With elaborate ice carvings, tropical fruit sculptures and the most amazing dessert display you'll ever see, every meal is a Royal dining experience.
BACKGAMMON FINALS ROOM
Indeed, there are other guests sailing with you, but with miles of deck space, you'll never be far away from your own private getaway.
A Royal Caribbean cruise, it's like "no vacation on earth".