Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Office
7 Upper Grosvenor Street
London W1K 2LX
Tel : +44 (0)207 491 4264
Fax : +44 (0)207 408 2487
Capacity 2500 pers
Crew 1060 pers
Taille 293.20 m
As a member of the Radiance Family of ships, the design of Serenade of the Seas utilizes acres and acres of glass to ensure that passengers onboard are constantly surrounded by spectacular sweeping views of the sea. The ship combines a high percentage of balcony cabins with speed, added comforts, greater space, and an enhanced staff. Among the highlights are glass elevators facing the ocean, six dining alternatives, and a sports court.
Several onboard whirlpools and jacuzzis mean that relaxation is never far away--there's even a whirlpool located in the Solarium, where you can unwind in an Indian Raj-like setting. The ShipShape Fitness Center contains state-of-the-art exercise equipment, fitness classes, a massage parlor, and hair salon. Golfers will find a putting green and golf simulators, and you don't have to be an expert climber to enjoy the rock climbing wall. There is also a basketball court, game arcades, and three pools, including the special kid's pool area with its own waterslide. The art studio, well-stocked library, and host of shopping options provide other enjoyable outlets. At Royal Caribbean Online, you can access the Internet and send email.
Dine in luxury among waterfalls in the Cascades Dining Room, go the upscale Chops Grille for the perfect steak, or have a romantic dinner at the reservations-only Italian restaurant. For more casual fare, the Windjammer Cafe has outdoor seating. The Bombay Billiard Club, Jakarta Lounge, Singapore Slings, and the Calcutta Card Club all provide unique venues with a British-Colonial theme within the customizable Colony Club entertainment complex. At night, the stars shine down from above, the scene at the many bars heats up, the excitement mounts at the casino, and the Aurora Borealis light up the Aurora Theatre, where dynamic productions embody the glitz and special effects of Broadway or Las Vegas.
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Size of Ship:90090 tons
Passenger Capacity:2500 passengers
Crew-to-Passenger Ratio:1 to 2