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Royal Caribbean Ships by Size [2021] with Comparison Chart

Royal Caribbean Ships by Size [2021] with Infographic

Jeremy CamosseMay 1 2021Travel
Below you'll find a complete list of Royal Caribbean Ships by Size. If it has an "of the Seas" in its name, then it's included in our ship sizes comparison chart. From its oldest Empress of the Seas to the newest Wonder of the Seas (scheduled for 2021), you'll find the smallest to the largest Royal Caribbean ships here.
To give you an idea of just how far we've come, check out the bottom of the size comparison chart. Royal Caribbean's earliest ships held roughly 2,500 people including guests and cruise staff. Compare that to the top where you'll see the Wonder, Harmony, and Symphony with nearly 9,000 people roaming the ships' halls. That's over 3x the size!
First, we have to get something clear. We're measuring Royal Caribbean ships by size according to the metric, "Gross Tonnage." This always causes a bit of confusion amongst our community members. It's not simply "weight" that determines this size measurement. The definition is technical and boring, but we'll provide it anyway.
Gross TonnageA nonlinear measure of a ship's overall internal volume. Gross tonnage is calculated based on the moulded volume of all enclosed spaces of the ship and is used to determine things such as a ship's manning regulations, safety rules, registration fees, and port dues, whereas the older gross register tonnage is a measure of the volume of only certain enclosed spaces.
We told you it was boring! So why do we use this measurement to determine Royal Caribbean Ships Sizes? As noted above, it's used for safety rules and whatnot. As such, it's prevalent. Every passenger cruise ship will have this metric. That makes it easy to compare ship size across ship, class, line and more. Speaking of "class," we also have a great post on Royal Caribbean Ships by Class. There you can find all of the fun features (like robot bartenders and surfing machines) that are included based on RC's ship classes.
Ok, we're done with today's maritime measurement course. Here's our Royal Caribbean Ships Sizes Chart. And below, you'll find all ships sizes with more details!

Royal Caribbean Ships Sizes (Largest to Smallest)

Royal Caribbean Ships by Size Largest to Smallest Infographic
Click above to pin this Royal Caribbean Ships by Size Infograph to your favorite cruise planning board, so you can refer back to it when choosing your next ship!
That's every Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship currently active in their fleet. We've also stuck in an upcoming vessel (Spectrum of the Seas) and a few that have since been retired.
You can see the vast difference in ships sizes below comparing the smallest to largest! Here's a visual representation showing the Empress of the Seas to the Symphony of the Seas.
Royal Caribbean Largest Cruise Ship and Smallest Side by Side
The experience on these two cruise ships will be drastically different!  It's like shopping at the corner store vs the "Mall of America." Different cruisers have varying preferences. Some of you prefer familiarity and intimacy. Others want novelty and don't mind walking long distances. There are no bad options here!
RC builds its ships in "classes." These are like small families containing similar ships in each group. If you find a specific type of ship that you like, consider the other ships in its family. Check out our post, Royal Caribbean Ships by Class. Now... back to sizing.
Not only is the Symphony of the Seas the biggest of Royal Caribbean's fleet. It's also the largest cruise ship in the world!
To find your specific RC ship, feel free to use our menu below. Clicking on any will let you quickly jump to that ship's stats.
Below we've listed all Royal Caribbean Ships by size, including a bit more info. You'll find the following metrics:  gross tonnage; ship length; year built; total staterooms on board; passenger capacity; and crew members.

Symphony of the Seas Size Stats

1) Symphony of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas has a construction date of 2018 and a total size of 228,081 gross tons. The ship measures 1,188 feet (362 meters) in length and falls in line as number 1 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class. At full capacity, the Symphony of the Seas holds 7,718 passengers. That includes 5,518 cruise vacationers and 2,200 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,745.
  • Gross Tonnage: 228,081 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,188 feet (362 meters)
  • Beam: 137 feet (42 meters)
  • Draft: 31 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2018
  • Years Served: 2018-Present
  • Capacity: 5,518 passengers
  • Crew Members: 2,200
  • Total on Board: 7,718
  • Total Staterooms: 2,745
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $1,350 Million
  • Status: active

Wonder of the Seas Size Stats

2) Wonder of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Wonder of the Seas has a construction date of 2021 and a total size of 228,081 gross tons. The ship measures 1,188 feet (362 meters) in length and falls in line as number 2 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class. At full capacity, the Wonder of the Seas holds 7,912 passengers. That includes 5,518 cruise vacationers and 2,394 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Wonder of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,745.
  • Gross Tonnage: 228,081 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,188 feet (362 meters)
  • Beam: 137 feet (42 meters)
  • Draft: 31 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2021
  • Years Served: Future (2021)
  • Capacity: 5,518 passengers
  • Crew Members: 2,394
  • Total on Board: 7,912
  • Total Staterooms: 2,745
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $1,350 Million
  • Status: future ship

Harmony of the Seas Size Stats

3) Harmony of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Harmony of the Seas has a construction date of 2016 and a total size of 227,700 gross tons. The ship measures 1,187 feet (362 meters) in length and falls in line as number 3 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class. At full capacity, the Harmony of the Seas holds 7,779 passengers. That includes 5,479 cruise vacationers and 2,300 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Harmony of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,745.
  • Gross Tonnage: 227,700 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,187 feet (362 meters)
  • Beam: 122 feet (37 meters)
  • Draft: 31 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2016
  • Years Served: 2016-Present
  • Capacity: 5,479 passengers
  • Crew Members: 2,300
  • Total on Board: 7,779
  • Total Staterooms: 2,745
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $1,350 Million
  • Status: active

Allure of the Seas Size Stats

4) Allure of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas has a construction date of 2010 and a total size of 225,282 gross tons. The ship measures 1,181 feet (360 meters) in length and falls in line as number 4 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class. At full capacity, the Allure of the Seas holds 7,878 passengers. That includes 5,494 cruise vacationers and 2,384 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,742.
  • Gross Tonnage: 225,282 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,181 feet (360 meters)
  • Beam: 122 feet (37 meters)
  • Draft: 31 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2010
  • Years Served: 2010-Present
  • Capacity: 5,494 passengers
  • Crew Members: 2,384
  • Total on Board: 7,878
  • Total Staterooms: 2,742
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $1,500 Million
  • Status: active

Oasis of the Seas Size Stats

5) Oasis of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas has a construction date of 2009 and a total size of 225,282 gross tons. The ship measures 1,181 feet (360 meters) in length and falls in line as number 5 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class. At full capacity, the Oasis of the Seas holds 7,888 passengers. That includes 5,494 cruise vacationers and 2,394 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Oasis of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,137.
  • Gross Tonnage: 225,282 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,181 feet (360 meters)
  • Beam: 122 feet (37 meters)
  • Draft: 31 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2009
  • Years Served: 2009-Present
  • Capacity: 5,494 passengers
  • Crew Members: 2,394
  • Total on Board: 7,888
  • Total Staterooms: 2,137
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $1,300 Million
  • Status: active

Odyssey of the Seas Size Stats

6) Odyssey of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Odyssey of the Seas has a construction date of 2021 and a total size of 169,379 gross tons. The ship measures 1,139 feet (347 meters) in length and falls in line as number 6 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Quantum-Ultra Class. At full capacity, the Odyssey of the Seas holds 5,835 passengers. That includes 4,284 cruise vacationers and 1,551 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Odyssey of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,098.
  • Gross Tonnage: 169,379 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,139 feet (347 meters)
  • Beam: 135 feet (41 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 26 mph (23 knots)
  • Year Built: 2021
  • Years Served: Future (2021)
  • Capacity: 4,284 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,551
  • Total on Board: 5,835
  • Total Staterooms: 2,098
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $940 Million
  • Status: future ship

Spectrum of the Seas Size Stats

7) Spectrum of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas has a construction date of 2019 and a total size of 168,800 gross tons. The ship measures 1,139 feet (347 meters) in length and falls in line as number 7 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Quantum-Ultra Class. At full capacity, the Spectrum of the Seas holds 5,480 passengers. That includes 4,180 cruise vacationers and 1,300 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,098.
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,800 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,139 feet (347 meters)
  • Beam: 135 feet (41 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 26 mph (23 knots)
  • Year Built: 2019
  • Years Served: 2019-Present
  • Capacity: 4,180 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,300
  • Total on Board: 5,480
  • Total Staterooms: 2,098
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $940 Million
  • Status: active

Ovation of the Seas Size Stats

8) Ovation of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Ovation of the Seas has a construction date of 2016 and a total size of 168,666 gross tons. The ship measures 1,142 feet (348 meters) in length and falls in line as number 8 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class. At full capacity, the Ovation of the Seas holds 5,480 passengers. That includes 4,180 cruise vacationers and 1,300 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Ovation of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,918.
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,666 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,142 feet (348 meters)
  • Beam: 134 feet (41 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2016
  • Years Served: 2016-Present
  • Capacity: 4,180 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,300
  • Total on Board: 5,480
  • Total Staterooms: 1,918
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $1,100 Million
  • Status: active

Quantum of the Seas Size Stats

9) Quantum of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas has a construction date of 2014 and a total size of 168,666 gross tons. The ship measures 1,142 feet (348 meters) in length and falls in line as number 9 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class. At full capacity, the Quantum of the Seas holds 5,660 passengers. That includes 4,160 cruise vacationers and 1,500 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,090.
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,666 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,142 feet (348 meters)
  • Beam: 134 feet (41 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2014
  • Years Served: 2014-Present
  • Capacity: 4,160 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,500
  • Total on Board: 5,660
  • Total Staterooms: 2,090
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $950 Million
  • Status: active

Anthem of the Seas Size Stats

10) Anthem of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas has a construction date of 2015 and a total size of 168,666 gross tons. The ship measures 1,142 feet (348 meters) in length and falls in line as number 10 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class. At full capacity, the Anthem of the Seas holds 5,654 passengers. That includes 4,154 cruise vacationers and 1,500 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas total number of staterooms is 2,095.
  • Gross Tonnage: 168,666 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,142 feet (348 meters)
  • Beam: 134 feet (41 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2015
  • Years Served: 2015-Present
  • Capacity: 4,154 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,500
  • Total on Board: 5,654
  • Total Staterooms: 2,095
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $950 Million
  • Status: active

Freedom of the Seas Size Stats

11) Freedom of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas has a construction date of 2006 and a total size of 154,407 gross tons. The ship measures 1,112 feet (339 meters) in length and falls in line as number 11 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Freedom Class. At full capacity, the Freedom of the Seas holds 5,142 passengers. That includes 3,782 cruise vacationers and 1,360 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,946.
  • Gross Tonnage: 154,407 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,112 feet (339 meters)
  • Beam: 128 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Years Served: 2006-Present
  • Capacity: 3,782 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,360
  • Total on Board: 5,142
  • Total Staterooms: 1,946
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $800 Million
  • Status: active

Independence of the Seas Size Stats

12) Independence of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Independence of the Seas has a construction date of 2008 and a total size of 154,407 gross tons. The ship measures 1,112 feet (339 meters) in length and falls in line as number 12 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Freedom Class. At full capacity, the Independence of the Seas holds 5,008 passengers. That includes 3,648 cruise vacationers and 1,360 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Independence of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,667.
  • Gross Tonnage: 154,407 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,112 feet (339 meters)
  • Beam: 127 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2008
  • Years Served: 2008-Present
  • Capacity: 3,648 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,360
  • Total on Board: 5,008
  • Total Staterooms: 1,667
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $830 Million
  • Status: active

Liberty of the Seas Size Stats

13) Liberty of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas has a construction date of 2007 and a total size of 154,407 gross tons. The ship measures 1,112 feet (339 meters) in length and falls in line as number 13 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Freedom Class. At full capacity, the Liberty of the Seas holds 5,008 passengers. That includes 3,648 cruise vacationers and 1,360 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Liberty of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,636.
  • Gross Tonnage: 154,407 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,112 feet (339 meters)
  • Beam: 127 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2007
  • Years Served: 2007-Present
  • Capacity: 3,648 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,360
  • Total on Board: 5,008
  • Total Staterooms: 1,636
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $800 Million
  • Status: active

Navigator of the Seas Size Stats

14) Navigator of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas has a construction date of 2002 and a total size of 138,279 gross tons. The ship measures 1,020 feet (311 meters) in length and falls in line as number 14 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class. At full capacity, the Navigator of the Seas holds 4,499 passengers. That includes 3,286 cruise vacationers and 1,213 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Navigator of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,691.
  • Gross Tonnage: 138,279 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
  • Beam: 127 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 27 mph (23 knots)
  • Year Built: 2002
  • Years Served: 2002-Present
  • Capacity: 3,286 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,213
  • Total on Board: 4,499
  • Total Staterooms: 1,691
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Status: active

Mariner of the Seas Size Stats

15) Mariner of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas has a construction date of 2003 and a total size of 138,279 gross tons. The ship measures 1,020 feet (311 meters) in length and falls in line as number 15 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class. At full capacity, the Mariner of the Seas holds 4,299 passengers. That includes 3,114 cruise vacationers and 1,185 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,641.
  • Gross Tonnage: 138,279 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
  • Beam: 127 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 27 mph (23 knots)
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Years Served: 2003-Present
  • Capacity: 3,114 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,185
  • Total on Board: 4,299
  • Total Staterooms: 1,641
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Status: active

Explorer of the Seas Size Stats

16) Explorer of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas has a construction date of 2000 and a total size of 137,308 gross tons. The ship measures 1,020 feet (311 meters) in length and falls in line as number 16 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class. At full capacity, the Explorer of the Seas holds 4,471 passengers. That includes 3,286 cruise vacationers and 1,185 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,641.
  • Gross Tonnage: 137,308 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
  • Beam: 127 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 27 mph (23 knots)
  • Year Built: 2000
  • Years Served: 2000-Present
  • Capacity: 3,286 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,185
  • Total on Board: 4,471
  • Total Staterooms: 1,641
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Status: active

Adventure of the Seas Size Stats

17) Adventure of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas has a construction date of 2001 and a total size of 137,276 gross tons. The ship measures 1,021 feet (311 meters) in length and falls in line as number 17 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class. At full capacity, the Adventure of the Seas holds 4,299 passengers. That includes 3,114 cruise vacationers and 1,185 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Adventure of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,061.
  • Gross Tonnage: 137,276 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,021 feet (311 meters)
  • Beam: 127 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 27 mph (23 knots)
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Years Served: 2001-Present
  • Capacity: 3,114 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,185
  • Total on Board: 4,299
  • Total Staterooms: 1,061
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Status: active

Voyager of the Seas Size Stats

18) Voyager of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas has a construction date of 1999 and a total size of 137,276 gross tons. The ship measures 1,020 feet (311 meters) in length and falls in line as number 18 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Voyager Class. At full capacity, the Voyager of the Seas holds 4,462 passengers. That includes 3,286 cruise vacationers and 1,176 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,072.
  • Gross Tonnage: 137,276 GT
  • Ship Length: 1,020 feet (311 meters)
  • Beam: 127 feet (39 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 27 mph (23 knots)
  • Year Built: 1999
  • Years Served: 1999-Present
  • Capacity: 3,286 passengers
  • Crew Members: 1,176
  • Total on Board: 4,462
  • Total Staterooms: 1,072
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $500 Million
  • Status: active

Radiance of the Seas Size Stats

19) Radiance of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas has a construction date of 2001 and a total size of 90,900 gross tons. The ship measures 962 feet (293 meters) in length and falls in line as number 19 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Radiance Class. At full capacity, the Radiance of the Seas holds 3,033 passengers. That includes 2,139 cruise vacationers and 894 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,074.
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,900 GT
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
  • Beam: 106 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Years Served: 2001-Present
  • Capacity: 2,139 passengers
  • Crew Members: 894
  • Total on Board: 3,033
  • Total Staterooms: 1,074
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Status: active

Brilliance of the Seas Size Stats

20) Brilliance of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas has a construction date of 2002 and a total size of 90,090 gross tons. The ship measures 962 feet (293 meters) in length and falls in line as number 20 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Radiance Class. At full capacity, the Brilliance of the Seas holds 2,993 passengers. That includes 2,145 cruise vacationers and 848 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,075.
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,090 GT
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
  • Beam: 106 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2002
  • Years Served: 2002-Present
  • Capacity: 2,145 passengers
  • Crew Members: 848
  • Total on Board: 2,993
  • Total Staterooms: 1,075
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Status: active

Serenade of the Seas Size Stats

21) Serenade of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Serenade of the Seas has a construction date of 2003 and a total size of 90,090 gross tons. The ship measures 962 feet (293 meters) in length and falls in line as number 21 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Radiance Class. At full capacity, the Serenade of the Seas holds 3,027 passengers. That includes 2,143 cruise vacationers and 884 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Serenade of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,013.
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,090 GT
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
  • Beam: 106 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Years Served: 2003-Present
  • Capacity: 2,143 passengers
  • Crew Members: 884
  • Total on Board: 3,027
  • Total Staterooms: 1,013
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Status: active

Jewel of the Seas Size Stats

22) Jewel of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Jewel of the Seas has a construction date of 2004 and a total size of 90,090 gross tons. The ship measures 962 feet (293 meters) in length and falls in line as number 22 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Radiance Class. At full capacity, the Jewel of the Seas holds 2,969 passengers. That includes 2,110 cruise vacationers and 859 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Jewel of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,142.
  • Gross Tonnage: 90,090 GT
  • Ship Length: 962 feet (293 meters)
  • Beam: 106 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 29 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 2004
  • Years Served: 2004-Present
  • Capacity: 2,110 passengers
  • Crew Members: 859
  • Total on Board: 2,969
  • Total Staterooms: 1,142
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $350 Million
  • Status: active

Enchantment of the Seas Size Stats

23) Enchantment of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas has a construction date of 1997 and a total size of 82,910 gross tons. The ship measures 990 feet (302 meters) in length and falls in line as number 23 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class. At full capacity, the Enchantment of the Seas holds 3,136 passengers. That includes 2,284 cruise vacationers and 852 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,018.
  • Gross Tonnage: 82,910 GT
  • Ship Length: 990 feet (302 meters)
  • Beam: 106 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 28 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1997
  • Years Served: 1997-Present
  • Capacity: 2,284 passengers
  • Crew Members: 852
  • Total on Board: 3,136
  • Total Staterooms: 1,018
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $300 Million
  • Status: active

Rhapsody of the Seas Size Stats

24) Rhapsody of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Rhapsody of the Seas has a construction date of 1997 and a total size of 78,491 gross tons. The ship measures 915 feet (279 meters) in length and falls in line as number 24 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class. At full capacity, the Rhapsody of the Seas holds 2,805 passengers. That includes 2,040 cruise vacationers and 765 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Rhapsody of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,193.
  • Gross Tonnage: 78,491 GT
  • Ship Length: 915 feet (279 meters)
  • Beam: 105 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 28 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1997
  • Years Served: 1997-Present
  • Capacity: 2,040 passengers
  • Crew Members: 765
  • Total on Board: 2,805
  • Total Staterooms: 1,193
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $275 Million
  • Status: active

Vision of the Seas Size Stats

25) Vision of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Vision of the Seas has a construction date of 1998 and a total size of 78,340 gross tons. The ship measures 915 feet (279 meters) in length and falls in line as number 25 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class. At full capacity, the Vision of the Seas holds 2,790 passengers. That includes 2,048 cruise vacationers and 742 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Vision of the Seas total number of staterooms is 997.
  • Gross Tonnage: 78,340 GT
  • Ship Length: 915 feet (279 meters)
  • Beam: 105 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 28 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1998
  • Years Served: 1998-Present
  • Capacity: 2,048 passengers
  • Crew Members: 742
  • Total on Board: 2,790
  • Total Staterooms: 997
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $275 Million
  • Status: active

Majesty of the Seas Size Stats

26) Majesty of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas has a construction date of 1992 and a total size of 74,077 gross tons. The ship measures 880 feet (268 meters) in length and falls in line as number 26 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Sovereign Class. At full capacity, the Majesty of the Seas holds 3,679 passengers. That includes 2,767 cruise vacationers and 912 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,193.
  • Gross Tonnage: 74,077 GT
  • Ship Length: 880 feet (268 meters)
  • Beam: 106 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 25 feet (8 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1992
  • Years Served: 1992-Present
  • Capacity: 2,767 passengers
  • Crew Members: 912
  • Total on Board: 3,679
  • Total Staterooms: 1,193
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $300 Million
  • Status: active

Grandeur of the Seas Size Stats

27) Grandeur of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas has a construction date of 1996 and a total size of 73,817 gross tons. The ship measures 916 feet (279 meters) in length and falls in line as number 27 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class. At full capacity, the Grandeur of the Seas holds 2,752 passengers. That includes 1,992 cruise vacationers and 760 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas total number of staterooms is 996.
  • Gross Tonnage: 73,817 GT
  • Ship Length: 916 feet (279 meters)
  • Beam: 105 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 28 feet (9 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1996
  • Years Served: 1996-Present
  • Capacity: 1,992 passengers
  • Crew Members: 760
  • Total on Board: 2,752
  • Total Staterooms: 996
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $300 Million
  • Status: active

Monarch of the Seas Size Stats

28) Monarch of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Monarch of the Seas has a construction date of 1991 and a total size of 73,192 gross tons. The ship measures 880 feet (268 meters) in length and falls in line as number 28 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Sovereign Class. At full capacity, the Monarch of the Seas holds 3,217 passengers. That includes 2,390 cruise vacationers and 827 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Monarch of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,193.
  • Gross Tonnage: 73,192 GT
  • Ship Length: 880 feet (268 meters)
  • Beam: 118 feet (36 meters)
  • Draft: 25 feet (8 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1991
  • Years Served: 1991-Present
  • Capacity: 2,390 passengers
  • Crew Members: 827
  • Total on Board: 3,217
  • Total Staterooms: 1,193
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $300 Million
  • Status: Retired

Sovereign of the Seas Size Stats

29) Sovereign of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Sovereign of the Seas has a construction date of 1988 and a total size of 73,192 gross tons. The ship measures 880 feet (268 meters) in length and falls in line as number 29 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Sovereign Class. At full capacity, the Sovereign of the Seas holds 3,133 passengers. That includes 2,306 cruise vacationers and 827 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Sovereign of the Seas total number of staterooms is 1,162.
  • Gross Tonnage: 73,192 GT
  • Ship Length: 880 feet (268 meters)
  • Beam: 106 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 25 feet (8 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1988
  • Years Served: 1988-Present
  • Capacity: 2,306 passengers
  • Crew Members: 827
  • Total on Board: 3,133
  • Total Staterooms: 1,162
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $200 Million
  • Status: Retired

Legend of the Seas Size Stats

30) Legend of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Legend of the Seas has a construction date of 1996 and a total size of 69,130 gross tons. The ship measures 867 feet (264 meters) in length and falls in line as number 30 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class. At full capacity, the Legend of the Seas holds 2,556 passengers. That includes 1,830 cruise vacationers and 726 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Legend of the Seas total number of staterooms is 915.
  • Gross Tonnage: 69,130 GT
  • Ship Length: 867 feet (264 meters)
  • Beam: 105 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 26 feet (8 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1996
  • Years Served: 1996-Present
  • Capacity: 1,830 passengers
  • Crew Members: 726
  • Total on Board: 2,556
  • Total Staterooms: 915
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $280 Million
  • Status: Retired

Splendour of the Seas Size Stats

31) Splendour of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Splendour of the Seas has a construction date of 1995 and a total size of 69,130 gross tons. The ship measures 867 feet (264 meters) in length and falls in line as number 31 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class. At full capacity, the Splendour of the Seas holds 2,591 passengers. That includes 1,830 cruise vacationers and 761 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Splendour of the Seas total number of staterooms is 902.
  • Gross Tonnage: 69,130 GT
  • Ship Length: 867 feet (264 meters)
  • Beam: 105 feet (32 meters)
  • Draft: 26 feet (8 meters)
  • Max Speed: 25 mph (22 knots)
  • Year Built: 1995
  • Years Served: 1995-Present
  • Capacity: 1,830 passengers
  • Crew Members: 761
  • Total on Board: 2,591
  • Total Staterooms: 902
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $280 Million
  • Status: Retired

Empress of the Seas Size Stats

32) Empress of the Seas Size

The Royal Caribbean Empress of the Seas has a construction date of 1990 and a total size of 48,563 gross tons. The ship measures 692 feet (211 meters) in length and falls in line as number 32 among Royal Caribbean's 36 existing and former cruise ships. It’s included in Royal Caribbean’s Empress Class. At full capacity, the Empress of the Seas holds 2,508 passengers. That includes 1,840 cruise vacationers and 668 staff members. The Royal Caribbean Empress of the Seas total number of staterooms is 791.
  • Gross Tonnage: 48,563 GT
  • Ship Length: 692 feet (211 meters)
  • Beam: 101 feet (31 meters)
  • Draft: 23 feet (7 meters)
  • Max Speed: 22 mph (19 knots)
  • Year Built: 1990
  • Years Served: 1990-Present
  • Capacity: 1,840 passengers
  • Crew Members: 668
  • Total on Board: 2,508
  • Total Staterooms: 791
  • Flagged Country:
  • Ship Cost: $170 Million
  • Status: active

Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships by Size FAQ

We're constantly asked about RC ships and size statistics. Here are the most frequently asked questions for your convenience!
Which Royal Caribbean ship is the biggest? The title for "largest Royal Caribbean ship" is shared by the Symphony and Wonder of the Seas. Each measures 228,081 gross tons and spans 1,188 feet (362 meters) in length. Both ships can hold a whopping 5,518 cruise passengers among their 2,745 total stateroom cabins. The Symphony of the Seas was launched in 2018 and the Wonder of the Seas will be Royal's newest, active ship.
What is Royal Caribbean's smallest ship? Royal Caribbean's smallest, active cruise ship is the Empress of the Seas with a gross tonnage measuring 48,563 GT. She measures 692 feet (211 meters) in length and can hold 1,840 passengers. On the Empress of the Seas, you'll find a total of 796 staterooms.
How big are Royal Caribbean ships? Royal's fleet varies in size as seen from our chart. The smallest, active ship holds 2,503 total passengers (including staff) and measures 692 feet (211 meters) in length. The largest Royal Caribbean ships, the Symphony and Wonder of the Seas, are more than 4x the size! They will each hold 5,518 passengers and both span 1,188 feet in length. For reference, the Eiffel Tower is roughly 900 feet high! See our chart above for all Royal Caribbean ships that fall between these two sizing extremes.

We hope that the above list of Royal Caribbean Ships by size help you to find your ideal cruise. If interested, we also have a post showing Royal Caribbean Ships by Class.
Royal Caribbean Ships by Class
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