Radiance of the Seas

Radiance of the Seas prepares for Australia

Posted September 7th, 2011
Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas is preparing to join Rhapsody of the Seas in Australian waters in October 2011. As the first 21st century cruise ship to be based in Australia, Radiance will be newer, longer and faster than any ship that has ever been deployed in the Australian market.

And, since May 2011, she has been undergoing a makeover to make her ready for the Australian market. She can now be seen sporting a new massive outdoor LED video screen overlooking the main pool area; as well as other technology enhancements such as Wi-Fi availability throughout the ship, and flat-panel interactive TV’s in all staterooms as well as in the English-style Quill & Compass Pub. And, among other surprises, guests will also be able to find plenty of local beers and wines in the onboard restaurants and bars.

These features have been combined with existing popular Royal Caribbean amenities, such as a dedicated cinema, a 9-hole mini golf course, an Adventure Beach Kid’s area with a waterslide, a rock climbing wall, spa and gym facilities, and even a helipad.

“We have learned a great deal about our Australian guests over the last four years,” said John Rae, Rhapsody of the Seas’ Hotel Director. “We’ve perfected our onboard product by understanding the likes and dislikes of our local guests – from their food preferences, to activities, and even a preference for game shows – and over the last six months we have been sharing this experience with crew onboard Radiance of the Seas” added Rae.

Source: Cruise Weekly

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