Allure of the Seas Cruises
As a member of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class, Allure of the Seas is currently the world’s largest passenger cruise ship. However, when her sister ship Harmony of the Seas arrives in the spring of 2016, she will then be overtaken. Although Allure is larger than fellow Oasis class vessel Oasis of the Seas, they were actually built to the same specifications. Hot weather during the building process meant that the metal used for Allure of the Seas expanded slightly, resulting in her being around 5 millimetres longer than expected
Allure of the Seas departed on her maiden voyage in 2010, joining the fleet a full year after her sister. As you would expect with a ship this size, there are so many different facilities which will ensure you are never short of something to do whilst on board. These public areas are spread throughout seven different ‘neighbourhoods’ and include 25 dining venues, a giant theatre and the first ever Starbucks at seas. The Central Park and Boardwalk areas are two fantastic concepts that feature many public areas.
Royal Caribbean have recently installed the ship with their own super-fast internet. This high-speed connection claims to be the fasted on the waves and even rivals standard sure-based Wi-Fi. It is also the first vessel to receive the Street View treatment from Google, allowing potential passengers to explore every nook and cranny before they even set foot on board.
The fantastic accommodation options include a range of elaborate loft suites. These two-tiered apartments are great for families and feature a range of luxurious facilities. Having said that, even the standard Inside Staterooms are well-equipped and very welcoming. There is also a wide range of balcony options on offer, giving you beautiful views and a peaceful outside space in which to relax.
Allure of the Seas specialises in 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises out of Fort Lauderdale.