Radiance of the Seas is one of the newest ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet and the first in the Radiance-class series. The 2,100-guest ship is ultra modern with its vibration-free, smokeless GE gas turbine engines, internet ports available in every stateroom, all-glass elevators facing the sea, and a variety of entertainment choices. Radiance sails world itineraries to Alaska, Hawaii, the Panama Canal, Pacific Northwest and the Caribbean. Several different itinerary options are available to you in Alaska with a number of exciting excursion such as the Historic Ketchikan Trolley, Mount Roberts Tramway, A Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show, Ketchikan DUCK Tour, To The Summit, Discover the Mendenhall Glacier, Ghost & Goodtime Girls Walking Tour, and Gold Creek Salmon Bake.
About Radiance of the Seas
The ship offers an array of entertainment options and activities, including rock-climbing, basketball, volleyball, miniature golf, a jogging track, golf simulator and a gym. Entertainment choices include the Art Nouveau Casino Royale, the three-story Aurora Theater, and several lounges, such as Jakarta Lounge and Singapore’s Sling. Kids have access to the Adventure Ocean program which provides supervised, daily activities for kids ages 3 to 17.
Dining is available in five different restaurants and cafes. Elegant dining is offered in the two-story main dining room, Cascades, at the Chops Grill steakhouse and in the romantic Portofino Italian restaurant. Casual dining is available at the Windjammer Café, Seaview Café and at Books Books & Coffee which serves freshly made pizza, cappuccino and pastries. Royal Caribbean also offers complimentary 24 hour room service.
Guests can spend their time in the 10-story glass-constructed Centrum complete with cafes, and shops selling duty free jewelry, perfume and clothing.
To relax, visit the ship's spa for a massage or relax in the african-themed Solarium which features lush foliage, sounds of exotic birds, and cascading waterfalls. The Solarium is a climate-controlled, quiet indoor/outdoor pool, whirlpool and bar area with a retractable glass dome roof.
Guests can choose from a wide selection of different cabin layouts and positions. This ship offers the highest percentage of outside cabins in the Royal Caribbean fleet.
For a relaxing read and a steaming cup of coffee, stop by Books, Books & Coffee, a specialty coffeehouse, decorated with wood veneers, red sofas and unique back lit glass panels.
Broadway or Las Vegas-style theater productions are staged at the Aurora Theatre, names after Aurora Borealis, or the Northern Lights.
The Colony Club is a unique lounge area modeled after the British colonial times and composed of four individually appointed club areas: the Bombay Billiard Club, Jakarta Lounge, Singapore Sling's and the Calcutta Card Club. The four areas are linked together and give ship guests the opportunity to enjoy a conversation with a friend, have a drink, read, or play cards. The Bombay Billard Club, with an an old English feel, has two self-leveling billiard tables and several game tables.
On shore, Royal Caribbean passengers can choose from a number of different programs, depending on your destination. In Alaska, for example, guests can hike through the glacial waterfalls and rainforests of Juneau, go on a helicopter adventure, or a mountain bike tour.
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