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Royal Caribbean Ships by Class [2022] Including Ship Highlights

Royal Caribbean Ships by Class [2022] Chart w Features

Jeremy CamosseMay 12 2021Travel
 
 

This is your ultimate guide to Royal Caribbean ships by class. From the newest Oasis to the oldest Empress Class of ships.

Not only will you find an easy layout of all ships in each class, but also their highlighted features. Some ship attractions are specific to certain classes (like the Aquatheater to Oasis) while other features are fleet-wide, like the outdoor movie theaters. The charts below will let you know what to expect when choosing your class and ship.

We've found that some community members fall in love with a specific family of RC ships. They stay loyal to that class of ships and won't sail any others. Others, however, like to choose based on size. For those cruisers we've created the post, Royal Caribbean Ships by Size.

To make it as easy as possible to see which ship belongs to which Royal Caribbean class, we've created the following infographic.

 

Use the button above pinterest button to pin our Royal Caribbean Ships by Class pin to your vacation board!

And for our community members who don't like pretty imagery, here's Royal Caribbean Class of Ships laid out in boring text.

 
 
Does Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Class impact price?

Often we're asked if Royal Caribbean class affects price. The cost of a RCCL cruise isn't directly correlated with class. You won't find that the Oasis Class is always more expensive than the Quantum Class or vice versa. It will all depend on the specific itinerary. To get a sense of pricing, please use our widget below. Play around with destinations and dates to see the resulting prices. Feel free to click through for all details.

 

Royal Caribbean Ships by Class

Oasis Class
Oasis Class
  • Symphony of the Seas
  • Harmony of the Seas
  • Allure of the Seas
  • Oasis of the Seas
Quantum Class
Quantum Class
  • Spectrum of the Seas
  • Ovation of the Seas
  • Anthem of the Seas
  • Quantum of the Seas
Freedom Class
Freedom Class
  • Mariner of the Seas
  • Navigator of the Seas
  • Adventure of the Seas
  • Explorer of the Seas
  • Voyager of the Seas
Radiance Class
Radiance Class
  • Jewel of the Seas
  • Serenade of the Seas
  • Brilliance of the Seas
  • Radiance of the Seas
Vision Class
Vision Class
  • Vision of the Seas
  • Enchantment of the Seas
  • Rhapsody of the Seas
  • Grandeur of the Seas
Sovereign Class
Sovereign Class
  • Majesty of the Seas
Empress Class
Empress Class
  • Empress of the Seas
 

Ship Class Features

We've gone a step further and built the following graphics to show each ship class and the features highlighted on those ships. Below, you'll find each class of ships with the attractions most celebrated on each.

 

Oasis Class - Royal Caribbean

The Oasis Class is famous for having the world’s largest cruise ships and some of the most expensive as well. These 226k ton vessels cost roughly $1.4 billion each and hold nearly 10k passengers and crew in total! The Oasis Class also has RC’s newest ship, the Symphony of the Seas.

 

 

Quantum Class - Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class came in a close second in size to the Oasis ships. The innovations that come with this class, however, are huge. Included in this family of vessels are the following groundbreaking features: The North Star, RipCord Skydiving Simulator, Two70, SeaPlex and Music Hall. The Quantum Class is also the first of the fleet to experiment with Dynamic Dining. Oh, and there are robot bartenders too.

 

 

Freedom Class - Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean’s Freedom Class is the next generation to the Voyager Class. In addition to adding some significant length to these ships, a bunch of fun features were commissioned. As seen below, you’ll find this class features a basketball court, rock wall, mini-golf course, ice skating rink, Flowrider surf simulator, boxing ring, and H20 Zone. This set of ships had the record for “largest ships in the world” from 2006 until 2009.

 

 

Voyager Class - Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class is known for its size. They’re the 6th largest in the world behind the Oasis, Quantum and Freedom Classes. Some defining features of the Voyager Class include the ice skating rink, Royal Promenade and Flowrider surf Simulator.

 

 

Radiance Class - Royal Caribbean

The Radiance Class consists of four ships: Radiance, Brilliance, Serenade and Jewel of the Seas. Royal Caribbean went big on the “glass” with this class of ships. You’ll come across glass elevators, two-tiered glass dining rooms, and retractable glass roof over the pool. The Radiance was also the first class to feature the self-leveling pool tables.

 

 

1) Adventure of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Adventure of the Seas built? The Adventure of the Seas was built in 2001. She is among Royal Caribbean's Voyager Class of ships.

When was the last Adventure of the Seas dry dock? The Allure of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2018. For renovation details, please see below.

The Adventure of the Seas received upgrades in February, 2018. Renovations included the addition of the Cyclone and Typhoon waterslides; Splashaway Bay Water Park; the Flowrider surf simulator; Izumi Sushi Restaurant; and Chops Grille steakhouse.

Adventure of the Seas Year Built
Adventure of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2018
  • Ship Class: Voyager
  • Gross Tonnage: 137,276
  • Years Served: 2001-Present
  • Capacity: 3,114 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,061
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,021 feet (311 meters)
 
 

2) Allure of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Allure of the Seas built? The Allure of the Seas was built in 2010. She is among Royal Caribbean's Oasis Class of ships.

When was the last Allure of the Seas dry dock? The Anthem of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2020. For renovation details, please see below.

The Allure of the Seas underwent significant renovations in 2020. The improvements cost roughly $165 million. Upgrades included the following: addition of roughly 50 new inside and oceanview cabins; new shops; Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade; Ultimate Abyss 10 story waterslide; The Perfect Storm waterslides; Sugar Beach candy store; Adventure Ocean kids park; Royal Escape Room; The Lime & Coconut Bar poolside bar lounge; Splashaway Bay kids aquapark; Portside BBQ steakhouse; El Loco Fresh; Giovanni's Italian Kitchen; Spotlight Karaoke; Music Hall; Bionic Bar with robot bartenders; Clash for the Crystal City lazer tag game.

Allure of the Seas Year Built
Allure of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2010
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2020
  • Ship Class: Oasis
  • Gross Tonnage: 225,282
  • Years Served: 2010-Present
  • Capacity: 5,494 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,742
  • Ship Cost: $1,500 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,181 feet (360 meters)
 
 

3) Anthem of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Anthem of the Seas built? The Anthem of the Seas was built in 2015. She is among Royal Caribbean's Quantum Class of ships.

When was the last Anthem of the Seas dry dock? The Brilliance of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2020. For renovation details, please see below.

In 2020, the Anthem of the Seas experienced dry dock improvements including general maintenance items such as paint and engine upkeep.

Anthem of the Seas Year Built
Anthem of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2015
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2020
  • Ship Class: Quantum
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,666
  • Years Served: 2015-Present
  • Capacity: 4,154 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,095
  • Ship Cost: $950 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,142 feet (348 meters)
 
 

4) Brilliance of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Brilliance of the Seas built? The Brilliance of the Seas was built in 2002. She is among Royal Caribbean's Radiance Class of ships.

When was the last Brilliance of the Seas dry dock? The Enchantment of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2018. For renovation details, please see below.

In 2018, the Brilliance of the Seas received the Oasis Class Upgrades. at a cost of roughly $30 million. Additions include Giovanni’s Table Trattoria, Chef’s Table, Izumi sushi restaurant, Park Café, Rita’s Cantina Mexican restaurant, and an English pub. The Centrum was entirely transormed. The five-story venue features the R Bar and a new high-flying aerial act. Diamond Club and Crown and Anchor Society venues have been completely updated. Flatscreen TV's were added to all cabins. An LED movie screen was added to the pool deck.

Brilliance of the Seas Year Built
Brilliance of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2002
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2018
  • Ship Class: Radiance
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,090
  • Years Served: 2002-Present
  • Capacity: 2,145 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,075
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
 
 

5) Enchantment of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Enchantment of the Seas built? The Enchantment of the Seas was built in 1997. She is among Royal Caribbean's Vision Class of ships.

When was the last Enchantment of the Seas dry dock? The Explorer of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2012. For renovation details, please see below.

The Enchantment of the Seas experienced dry dock improvements in 2012. Prior to this, a significant retrofit was done in 2005. During that dry dock, a 73-foot section was added to the Enchantment of the Seas.

Enchantment of the Seas Year Built
Enchantment of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 1997
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2012
  • Ship Class: Vision
  • Gross Tonnage: 82,910
  • Years Served: 1997-Present
  • Capacity: 2,284 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,018
  • Ship Cost: $300 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 990 feet (302 meters)
 
 

6) Explorer of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Explorer of the Seas built? The Explorer of the Seas was built in 2000. She is among Royal Caribbean's Voyager Class of ships.

When was the last Explorer of the Seas dry dock? The Freedom of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2020. For renovation details, please see below.

During the Spring of 2020, the Explorer of the Seas experienced a significant drydock costing roughly $110 million. Additions include the following: Cyclone, Typhoon & Tidal Wave waterslides; new pool deck with hammocks, day beds, casitas, and chaise loung chairs; Lime & Coconut Bar; new Solarium Deck; Giovanni's Italian Kitchen; Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcode; Johnny Rockets; Starbucks; Clash for the Crystal City laser tag game; Adventure Ocean Kids Comlex; and Teens-only club.

Explorer of the Seas Year Built
Explorer of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2000
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2020
  • Ship Class: Voyager
  • Gross Tonnage: 137,308
  • Years Served: 2000-Present
  • Capacity: 3,286 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,641
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
 
 

7) Freedom of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Freedom of the Seas built? The Freedom of the Seas was built in 2006. She is among Royal Caribbean's Freedom Class of ships.

When was the last Freedom of the Seas dry dock? The Grandeur of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2020. For renovation details, please see below.

In the Spring of 2020, the Freedom of the Seas received the "Royal Amplified" treatment. Renovations cost roughly $116 million. Renovations include the following: all cabins were renovated; new mini golf course; Cyclone and Typhoon waterslides; The Blaster water coaster; Riptide racing slide; Splashaway Bar; refurbished pool deck with day-beds, casitas, hammocks, and chaise lounge chairs; new Solarium; To Dry For blow dry bar; Lime & Coconut Bar; Bamboo Room; Johny Rockets; Playmakers Sports Bar; Starbucks; Royal Escape Room; El Loco Fresh Mexican Restaurant; Giovanni's Italian Kitchen; Hooked Seafood restaurant; Izumi Hibachi & Sushi; Clash for the Crystal City laser tag.

Freedom of the Seas Year Built
Freedom of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2020
  • Ship Class: Freedom
  • Gross Tonnage: 154,407
  • Years Served: 2006-Present
  • Capacity: 3,782 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,946
  • Ship Cost: $800 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,112 feet (339 meters)
 
 

8) Grandeur of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Grandeur of the Seas built? The Grandeur of the Seas was built in 1996. She is among Royal Caribbean's Vision Class of ships.

When was the last Grandeur of the Seas dry dock? The Harmony of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2017. For renovation details, please see below.

In 2017, Grandeur of the Seas underwent a minor renovation. Cabins were updated and the ship added their new VOOM fast-speed internet service.

Grandeur of the Seas Year Built
Grandeur of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 1996
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2017
  • Ship Class: Vision
  • Gross Tonnage: 73,817
  • Years Served: 1996-Present
  • Capacity: 1,992 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 996
  • Ship Cost: $300 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 916 feet (279 meters)
 
 

9) Harmony of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Harmony of the Seas built? The Harmony of the Seas was built in 2016. She is among Royal Caribbean's Oasis Class of ships.

When was the last Harmony of the Seas dry dock? The Harmony of the Seas has not experienced a dry dock as it's one of Royal Caribbean's newest ships.

In April of 2021, the Harmony of the Seas experienced dry dock improvements. These included a minor technical renovation.

Harmony of the Seas Year Built
Harmony of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2016
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: NA
  • Ship Class: Oasis
  • Gross Tonnage: 227,700
  • Years Served: 2016-Present
  • Capacity: 5,479 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,745
  • Ship Cost: $1,350 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,187 feet (362 meters)
 
 

10) Independence of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Independence of the Seas built? The Independence of the Seas was built in 2008. She is among Royal Caribbean's Freedom Class of ships.

When was the last Independence of the Seas dry dock? The Jewel of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2018. For renovation details, please see below.

In April 2018, the Independence of the Seas experienced dry dock improvements. Additions include the following: Splashaway Bay Aqua Park; Cyclone, Typhoon, and Boomerango water slides, Izumi Japanese sushi & tepanyaki restaurant; Escape Room; trampoline park; laster tag course; ice rink, FlowRider surf simulator; upgraded Royal Theater; Panoramic Ocean View stateroom upgrade; Fish and Ships poolside bar; Sugar Beach candy shop.

Independence of the Seas Year Built
Independence of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2008
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2018
  • Ship Class: Freedom
  • Gross Tonnage: 154,407
  • Years Served: 2008-Present
  • Capacity: 3,648 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,667
  • Ship Cost: $830 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,112 feet (339 meters)
 
 

11) Jewel of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Jewel of the Seas built? The Jewel of the Seas was built in 2004. She is among Royal Caribbean's Radiance Class of ships.

When was the last Jewel of the Seas dry dock? The Liberty of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2016. For renovation details, please see below.

In May 2016, the Jewel of the Seas experience dry dock improvements. Upgrades included the following: new cabins and stateroom renovations; Giovanni's Table Italian restaurant; Izumi Japanese restaurant; Vintages wine bar; new children's Nursery, VOOM high-speed internet; pool deck JumboTron; new Concierge Club; Chops Grille, Spa improvements and new shopping venues.

Jewel of the Seas Year Built
Jewel of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2004
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2016
  • Ship Class: Radiance
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,090
  • Years Served: 2004-Present
  • Capacity: 2,110 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,142
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
 
 

12) Liberty of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Liberty of the Seas built? The Liberty of the Seas was built in 2007. She is among Royal Caribbean's Freedom Class of ships.

When was the last Liberty of the Seas dry dock? The Mariner of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2016. For renovation details, please see below.

In February 2016, the Liberty of the Seas experienced dry dock improvements. Upgrades include the following: 89 added cabins (26 panoramic oceanviews, one 2-bedroom family suite, 24 new outside, and balcony staterooms); Cyclone, Typhoon, and Boomerango waterslides; Splashaway Bay aquapark; Izumi Japanese restaurant, Giovanni's Italian restaurant; Chops Grille steakhouse, Vintages bar, Sabor Mexican restaurant; children's Nursery; pool deck JumboTron; flatscreens added to all staterooms; VOOM high-speed internet service.

Liberty of the Seas Year Built
Liberty of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2007
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2016
  • Ship Class: Freedom
  • Gross Tonnage: 154,407
  • Years Served: 2007-Present
  • Capacity: 3,648 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,636
  • Ship Cost: $800 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,112 feet (339 meters)
 
 

13) Mariner of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Mariner of the Seas built? The Mariner of the Seas was built in 2003. She is among Royal Caribbean's Voyager Class of ships.

When was the last Mariner of the Seas dry dock? The Navigator of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2018. For renovation details, please see below.

The Mariner of the Seas experienced dry dock renovations in 2019 at a cost of roughly $90 million. Imrpovements included the following upgrades: Sky Pad - a new bungee jump trampoline park with virtual reality experience; Laser Tag feature; Bamboo Room; Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade; Retro Lounge.

Mariner of the Seas Year Built
Mariner of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2018
  • Ship Class: Voyager
  • Gross Tonnage: 138,279
  • Years Served: 2003-Present
  • Capacity: 3,114 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,641
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
 
 

14) Navigator of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Navigator of the Seas built? The Navigator of the Seas was built in 2002. She is among Royal Caribbean's Voyager Class of ships.

When was the last Navigator of the Seas dry dock? The Oasis of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2019. For renovation details, please see below.

In February 2019, the Navigator of the Seas experienced dry dock renovations. Upgrades include the following: virtual balconies; Cyclone and Typhoon waterslides; 800 foot long The Blaster raft slide; Riptide waterslide with tubes; renovated pool deck with Splash Pads; Lime and Coconut Bar; To Dry For blog-dry bar; Bamboo Room lounge; Johnny Rockets; Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade; Starbucks; El Loco Fresh Mexican restaurant; Jamie's Italian restaurant; Hooked Seafood restaurant; Royal Escape Room; mini golf course; laser tag course.

Navigator of the Seas Year Built
Navigator of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2002
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2019
  • Ship Class: Voyager
  • Gross Tonnage: 138,279
  • Years Served: 2002-Present
  • Capacity: 3,286 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,691
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
 
 

15) Oasis of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Oasis of the Seas built? The Oasis of the Seas was built in 2009. She is among Royal Caribbean's Oasis Class of ships.

When was the last Oasis of the Seas dry dock? The Odyssey of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2019. For renovation details, please see below.

In October 2019, the Oasis of the Seas experienced dry dock renovations. Upgrades include the following costing roughly $165 million: Blaze Comedy Club; new Diamond Lounge; Spotlight karaoke bar; new shopping venues; Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade; Ultimate Abyss waterslide; Sugar Beach; 51 new staterooms; Central Park Library; updgraded Adventure Ocean kids park; Royal Escape Room; The Perfect Storm aquapark with three waterslides; Lime and Coconut Bar; Splashaway Bay aquapark; Portside BBQ restaurant; El Loco Fresh outdoor food venue; two new hot tubs; Ultimage Abyss 10 story waterslide; Music Hall dancing lounge; Bionic Bar with robot bartenders; Clash for the City laser tag.

Oasis of the Seas Year Built
Oasis of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2009
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2019
  • Ship Class: Oasis
  • Gross Tonnage: 225,282
  • Years Served: 2009-Present
  • Capacity: 5,494 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,137
  • Ship Cost: $1,300 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,181 feet (360 meters)
 
 

16) Odyssey of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Odyssey of the Seas built? The Odyssey of the Seas was built in 2021. She is among Royal Caribbean's Quantum-Ultra Class of ships.

When was the last Odyssey of the Seas dry dock? The Odyssey of the Seas has not experienced a dry dock as it's one of Royal Caribbean's newest ships.

The Odyssey of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean's newest ships and has no scheduled dry docks.

Odyssey of the Seas Year Built
Odyssey of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2021
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: NA
  • Ship Class: Quantum-Ultra
  • Gross Tonnage: 169,379
  • Years Served: Future-2021
  • Capacity: 4,284 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,098
  • Ship Cost: $940 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,139 feet (347 meters)
 
 

17) Ovation of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Ovation of the Seas built? The Ovation of the Seas was built in 2016. She is among Royal Caribbean's Quantum Class of ships.

When was the last Ovation of the Seas dry dock? The Quantum of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2019. For renovation details, please see below.

In 2021, the Ovation of the Seas experienced dry dock improvements including general maintenance items such as paint and engine upkeep.

Ovation of the Seas Year Built
Ovation of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2016
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2019
  • Ship Class: Quantum
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,666
  • Years Served: 2016 - Present
  • Capacity: 4,180 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,918
  • Ship Cost: $1,100 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,142 feet (348 meters)
 
 

18) Quantum of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Quantum of the Seas built? The Quantum of the Seas was built in 2014. She is among Royal Caribbean's Quantum Class of ships.

When was the last Quantum of the Seas dry dock? The Radiance of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2019. For renovation details, please see below.

In October 2019, the Quantum of the Seas experienced dry dock renovations. Improvements included the following at a cost of roughly $65 million: technical upgrades; redesigned interiors; laser tag; and Escape Room.

Quantum of the Seas Year Built
Quantum of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2014
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2019
  • Ship Class: Quantum
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,666
  • Years Served: 2014-Present
  • Capacity: 4,160 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,090
  • Ship Cost: $950 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,142 feet (348 meters)
 
 

19) Radiance of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Radiance of the Seas built? The Radiance of the Seas was built in 2001. She is among Royal Caribbean's Radiance Class of ships.

When was the last Radiance of the Seas dry dock? The Rhapsody of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2016. For renovation details, please see below.

In September 2021, the Radiance of the Seas experienced minor dry dock renovation. Improvements included general maintenance items.

Radiance of the Seas Year Built
Radiance of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2016
  • Ship Class: Radiance
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,900
  • Years Served: 2001-Present
  • Capacity: 2,139 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,074
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
 
 

20) Rhapsody of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Rhapsody of the Seas built? The Rhapsody of the Seas was built in 1997. She is among Royal Caribbean's Vision Class of ships.

When was the last Rhapsody of the Seas dry dock? The Serenade of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2019. For renovation details, please see below.

The Rhapsody of the Seas experienced dry dock in 2012 at a cost of $54 million. Improvements included the addition of an outdoor movie screen, nursery and additional dining area. In 2019, the Rhapsody underwent another retrofit. This included cosmetic maintenance adn technology upgrades.

Rhapsody of the Seas Year Built
Rhapsody of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 1997
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2019
  • Ship Class: Vision
  • Gross Tonnage: 78,491
  • Years Served: 1997-Present
  • Capacity: 2,040 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,193
  • Ship Cost: $275 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 915 feet (279 meters)
 
 

21) Serenade of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Serenade of the Seas built? The Serenade of the Seas was built in 2003. She is among Royal Caribbean's Radiance Class of ships.

When was the last Serenade of the Seas dry dock? The Spectrum of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2017. For renovation details, please see below.

In 2017, the Serenade of the Seas experienced minor dry dock renovation. Improvements included general maintenance items.

Serenade of the Seas Year Built
Serenade of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2017
  • Ship Class: Radiance
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,090
  • Years Served: 2003-Present
  • Capacity: 2,143 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,013
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
 
 

22) Spectrum of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Spectrum of the Seas built? The Spectrum of the Seas was built in 2019. She is among Royal Caribbean's Quantum-Ultra Class of ships.

When was the last Spectrum of the Seas dry dock? The Spectrum of the Seas has not experienced a dry dock as it's one of Royal Caribbean's newest ships.

The Spectrum of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean's newest cruise ships. The ship has not yet experienced a dry dock.

Spectrum of the Seas Year Built
Spectrum of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2019
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: NA
  • Ship Class: Quantum-Ultra
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,800
  • Years Served: 2019-Present
  • Capacity: 4,180 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,098
  • Ship Cost: $940 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,139 feet (347 meters)
 
 

23) Symphony of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Symphony of the Seas built? The Symphony of the Seas was built in 2018. She is among Royal Caribbean's Oasis Class of ships.

When was the last Symphony of the Seas dry dock? The Vision of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2021. For renovation details, please see below.

In May 2021, the Symphony of the Seas experienced dry dock renovations. Improvements included technical upgrades.

Symphony of the Seas Year Built
Symphony of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2018
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2021
  • Ship Class: Oasis
  • Gross Tonnage: 228,081
  • Years Served: 2018-Present
  • Capacity: 5,518 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,745
  • Ship Cost: $1,350 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,188 feet (362 meters)
 
 

24) Vision of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Vision of the Seas built? The Vision of the Seas was built in 1998. She is among Royal Caribbean's Vision Class of ships.

When was the last Vision of the Seas dry dock? The Voyager of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2018. For renovation details, please see below.

In November 2018, the Vision of the Seas experienced minor dry dock renovation. Improvements included general maintenance items.

Vision of the Seas Year Built
Vision of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 1998
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2018
  • Ship Class: Vision
  • Gross Tonnage: 78,340
  • Years Served: 1998-Present
  • Capacity: 2,048 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 997
  • Ship Cost: $275 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 915 feet (279 meters)
 
 

25) Voyager of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Voyager of the Seas built? The Voyager of the Seas was built in 1999. She is among Royal Caribbean's Voyager Class of ships.

When was the last Voyager of the Seas dry dock? The Wonder of the Seas last experienced a dry dock in 2019. For renovation details, please see below.

In September 2019, the Voyager of the Seas experienced dry dock renovations costing roughly $97 million. Improvements included the following: The Perfect Storm aquapark with Typhoon and Cyclone waterslides; Battle for Plaet Z laser tag course; Adventure Ocean upgrades; children's Nursury addition; 72 new cabins added; new Diamond and Concierge Lounge; improved Vitality Spa.

Voyager of the Seas Year Built
Voyager of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 1999
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: 2019
  • Ship Class: Voyager
  • Gross Tonnage: 137,276
  • Years Served: 1999-Present
  • Capacity: 3,286 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 1,072
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
 
 

26) Wonder of the Seas Year Built & Renovated

When was the Wonder of the Seas built? The Wonder of the Seas was built in 2022. She is among Royal Caribbean's Oasis Class of ships.

When was the last Wonder of the Seas dry dock? The Wonder of the Seas has not experienced a dry dock as it's one of Royal Caribbean's newest ships.

The Wonder of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean's newest ships and has no scheduled dry docks.

Wonder of the Seas Year Built
Wonder of the Seas Year Built
  • Year Built: 2022
  • Status: active
  • Year Renovated: NA
  • Ship Class: Oasis
  • Gross Tonnage: 228,081
  • Years Served: Future-2021
  • Capacity: 5,518 passengers
  • Total Staterooms: 2,745
  • Ship Cost: $1,350 Million
  • Flagged Country: Bahamas
  • Ship Length: 1,188 feet (362 meters)
 
 

If you found our Royal Caribbean Ships by Class post helpful, we have another great one for you. Click here to see all Royal Caribbean Ships by Size! There, you'll find a list of all RC ships in order from largest cruise ship to smallest. The difference between the two might surprise you.

 
 

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