The largest cruise ship in the world - now there's something for your bucket list in 2015! And with prices like these, there isn't a better time to book! A mammoth ship means widely varied and innovative entertainment options, more choice in dining, extra facilities and added bang for your cruising buck. With so much to see and do onboard, you won't even need to get off the ship, but we're sure you'll want to, as the biggest itineraries sail the lovely paradise of the Caribbean.
Statuesque Sisters, Oasis and Allure
The title of biggest cruise ship in the world is more or less tied between Royal Caribbean's mammoth pair, the Allure and Oasis of the Seas. Although built as identical sister ships, small variations during the building process means the Allure exceeds the Oasis in length by just two inches.
Here are just a few of the fun facilities:
- The first Starbucks outlets at sea.
- 3D Movies in the main theaters on both ships.
- Amazing Broadway shows, musical tributes and ice performances.
- Vast Royal Promenade with plenty of shops, numerous bars, lounges and more.
- FlowRider surf simulators, ice rinks, extensive pools, state-of-the-art AquaTheaters and a waterpark for the kids.
- Central Park, a green haven amongst the bustle and noise.
- A wide range of new and improved dining venues both included in the fare and with cover charges.
More choices in all aspects of cruising are the reason to add the Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas to your cruising bucket list for 2015. You certainly won't be bored!
Caribbean Cruises in 2015
An added bonus of cruising on Allure and Oasis of the Seas is that the majority of their itineraries take place in the Caribbean! Although the Allure will head to the Mediterranean for part of the year, Caribbean waters are its homeground and are a must-see for any keen cruiser. Combine the location and ship for an iconic bucket list cruise!
The classic seven-night itinerary, taking in either the eastern or western Caribbean, is a North American favourite and gives you plenty of time to explore the ship,with a smattering of fabulous ports including destinations such as the Bahamas, Haiti, Charlotte Amalie, Cozumel in Mexico and others. Royal Caribbean even has a private port called Labadee, custom built for their passengers to enjoy beaches, water sports, a zipline and flea market.