Yes, you read that right, the biggest cruise ship in the world, Wonder of the Seas, has arrived in Europe and she’s already wowing with her fun features and facilities.
The fifth in Royal Caribbean’s revolutionary Oasis Class line-up sets course for the Mediterranean on 7-night cruises from Barcelona and Rome. Wonder is the getaway where holidaymakers of all ages can make memories as they sail to explore sought-after destinations such as Florence, Naples and Capri, Italy; Provence, France; and Malaga, Spain.
Wonder of the Seas highlights include:
The Mason Jar Southern Restaurant & Bar – Already a guest favourite among Wonder’s 40-plus restaurants, bars and lounges, the new hotspot is where Southern comfort food meets Royal Caribbean’s hospitality and creativity. Staples and new twists on classics are on the menu for brunch and dinner, and late at night, capped off with live country music, farmhouse-style decor, a collection of whiskeys and Southern cocktails.
Wonder Playscape – Families with kids will find a brand-new, outdoor adventure designed for precious quality time. Adults can partake in the games or enjoy watching from the side-lines as they take in the ocean views while the young adventurers take on the underwater-themed play area’s slides, climbing walls, interactive features that come alive by touch, puzzles and more.
Fan favourites include the FlowRider surf simulator, The Ultimate Abyss, Central Park, the Boardwalk, AquaTheater, and Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade.
She’ll be sailing a variety of Mediterranean cruises and we have some amazing offers available!
More in the Royal Caribbean fleet
The fun doesn’t stop just with Wonder of the Seas, there’s a sea-full of sisters behind her and they too have some fantastic onboard features and facilities and boast some rather impressive itinerary options.
Vision of the Seas will also be sailing a selection of Western Mediterranean sailings this summer. She’s an ideal family-friendly option and features a selection of Royal Caribbean fan favourites. She will sail out of Barcelona between May and October on a variety of 5-to-12-night cruises. Ideal for those that can’t get two full weeks away from work but still want to enjoy a family summer holiday.
Both Odyssey of the Seas and Brilliance of the Seas will be offering Greek Isles and Adriatic sailings. Again, both ships are ideal family choices, but they’re also good for young couples and groups of friends.
Odyssey of the Seas joined the fleet in 2020 and fast became a hit with guests. She’s features everything and more that you would expect from Royal Caribbean and this summer, she’ll sail from Civitavecchia on numerous itineraries ranging from 6-to-12 nights.
Brilliance of the Seas is slightly smaller than some in the Royal Caribbean fleet, so she’s the ideal choice if you still want that signature cruise but with less guests onboard. Her 7-night Croatia and Greece sailings this summer are proving very popular, and we currently have some great deals available. We also have a selection of offers on her 2023 sailings.
So, the big question is where will Royal Caribbean be taking you this summer?