Royal Caribbean Cruise tripcentral.ca Review

Royal Caribbean Cruise tripcentral.ca Review

Diana Pongetti provides a video commentary on the benefits of cruising with Royal Caribbean

Tour of Royal Caribbean's Cruise Ship OASIS of The Seas Feb 2017 HD

Tour of Royal Caribbean's Cruise Ship OASIS of The Seas Feb  2017 HD

Mostly Complete tour of the beautiful OASIS of the Seas. We went on a 7-night Western Caribbean Cruse with RC in Feb, 2017. It was a great time. We stopped at Labadee, Haiti, Falmouth, Jamaica, and Cozumel Mexico. I put this together for my kids with an iPhone 6+ and a GoPro Hero 3+... I figured I'd share it here in case someone else wanted to take a closer look at this amazing ship. Enjoy.

Oasis of the Seas - Full Ship Tour

Oasis of the Seas - Full Ship Tour

A complete tour of Royal Caribbean's first Oasis-Class ship: Oasis of the Seas. Feel free to like, comment, subscribe and follow me on Instagram for many great cruise and aviation pictures. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikecherisk/

HARMONY OF THE SEAS - Aboard the biggest cruise ship of the world from Royal Caribbean International

HARMONY OF THE SEAS - Aboard the biggest cruise ship of the world from Royal Caribbean International

This compact video shows the most important areas from aboard the biggest cruise ship of the world, the Harmony of the Seas from Royal Caribbean International, made during the inaugural cruise from/to Barcelona. Aqua Theater / Central Park / Boardwalk / Ultimate Abbys / Zipline / Restaurants / Bars / Cabins and much more... It would be great if you follow Cruiselips on YouTube and share this video with you friends. Thank you! Informations about the ship (german laguage) ausführliches Schiffsportrait auf Schiffsjournal.de: http://www.schiffsjournal.de/schiffsportrait-der-harmony-of-the-seas-von-royal-caribbean-international/

Are Drink Packages Worth It? Royal Caribbean / Carnival Cruise Tip Video

Are Drink Packages Worth It? Royal Caribbean / Carnival Cruise Tip Video

What to pack for a Cruise? Click Here: https://kit.com/411Cruise/what-to-pack-for-a-cruise Are Drink Packages Worth It? Royal Caribbean / Carnival Cruise Tip Video

"Royal Caribbean" "Oasis of the Seas" "Tour" "Largest Cruise Ship on the Planet"

"Royal Caribbean" "Oasis of the Seas" "Tour" "Largest Cruise Ship on the Planet"

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Allure of the Seas Review - Full Walkthrough - Cruise Ship Tour - Royal Caribbean

Allure of the Seas Review - Full Walkthrough - Cruise Ship Tour - Royal Caribbean

Booking Call: 800-414-1531 Website: http://cruisesIt.com This video is about a Full WalkThrough tour on Royal Caribbean Allure of the seas. It's one of the biggest cruise ships. Oasis of the Seas Sailings http://mnewquist.cruiseone.com/result... Allure of the Seas Sailings http://mnewquist.cruiseone.com/result... Independence of the Seas Sailing http://mnewquist.cruiseone.com/results.do?searchOrigin=refine&d=&d2=&places=ALL&days=ALL&Month=ALL&dd=ALL&fd=2&c=44&v=581&p=ALL&shoppingZipCode=&sort_by=7&IncludeSeniorRates=false&IncludeAlumniRates=false&AlumniCruiseId=false

Royal Caribbean Oasis Of The Seas | CruiseOne

Royal Caribbean Oasis Of The Seas | CruiseOne

http://www.CruiseOne.com Some people call it a “city at sea.” That’s a very fitting term to describe one of the world’s largest cruise ships: the Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas. With capacity for a whopping 6,000 passengers and 2,300 crew members, this ship feels like a floating metropolis. Roam through 7 distinct neighborhoods spread across the ship. First, drop by the Pool and Sports Zone, which includes surf simulators, and then browse the boutique shops along the charming Royal Promenade. The Entertainment Place features Broadway shows while the Youth Zone is equipped with a science lab and plenty of games for kids. But one of the most impressive parts of the Oasis of the Seas’ layout is Central Park. This lush retreat is the first-ever living park to set sail, with more than 1,200 species of plants. And it’s not the only unique amenity on this ship. The sprawling AquaTheatre is the world’s first amphitheatre at sea. Here you can take in an array of different nautical-themed shows. And the best way to understand everything that this amazing ship offers is to see if for yourself. This video offers more details.

Majesty of the Seas - Video Tour and General Information

Majesty of the Seas - Video Tour and General Information

For further information about the Majesty of the Seas and its cruises, please visit http://www.dreamlines.com.au As one of Royal Caribbean's two ships in the Sovereign Class the Majesty of the Seas has been travelling the Caribbean since 1992. Since its renovation in March 2012 the ships new modern look attracts up to 2350 passengers. The Majesty of the Seas offers comfortable amenities and a generous choice of varying cabin types. One can choose between the well-priced inside cabins or the outside and balcony cabins which offer magnificent views. For that something special there are also a number of suites on offer that come with an inclusive concierge service. Guest can visit the huge Solarium pool deck and enjoy sunbathing in the fresh sea air. When its time to cool off, two vast pools and two whirlpools will be ready and waiting. Passengers should head to the tasteful Vitality Spa for a massage and a wellness treatment in order to truly relax. If they prefer to be more active, then they can make use of the jogging paths, basketball court and climbing wall. Naturally there's also a modern, well equipped gym. On the Majesty of the Seas there are always new culinary delights to discover, each and every day. In the multi-storey Main Restaurant, guests can eat for free from the multi-course menu. The Windjammer Buffet Restaurant is perfect for anyone who doesn't want to keep to specific dining times. For a premium, specialty restaurants like the 50's themed American Diner Johnny Rockets, offer everything the heart could desire. For children the "Adventure Ocean" program is offered free of charge. Playgroups and personal teenage areas are also part of this program. During their downtime, guests can look for fantastic deals in the on board duty free stores or challenge their luck at the casino. Spread over 700m², it has over 200 slot machines and 12 game tables. All this adds up to a great casino experience. Broadway style entertainment can be found at the Chorus Theatre night after night. Taking advantage of the relaxed atmosphere in one of the 9 different bars and lounges, here one can either meet friends, or make new ones. The Majesty of the Seas offers a luxury cruise out of this world. Learn more about cruises aboard the Majesty of the Seas on http://www.dreamlines.com.au

Bermuda Cruise Ship Crash

Bermuda Cruise Ship Crash

On September 14, 2012 the Norwegian Star and the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas cruise ships were moored stern-to-stern at the Royal Dockyard in Bermuda. In the afternoon a tremendous (but brief) storm blew in with heavy rain and 75mph wind gusts. Somehow the forward moorings of the Star were ripped loose and the ship was blown on a slow-motion collision course with the otherwise stationary Explorer of the Seas. This video was shot from the Windjammer Café high on the stern of the Explorer. Happily no one was hurt. The Star came away with a much more visible dent after the big bump, but both ships sailed later the same day and arrived back in New York on time.

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