First Look at Wonder of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas begins its first sail today, and this cruise ship is packed with things to see, do, and eat.

The world’s largest cruise ship is also the fifth Oasis-class cruise ship and leaves Fort Lauderdale on Friday to begin a 7-night Eastern Caribbean cruise.

Royal Caribbean has built on the Oasis Class lineage, but also added new features and activities you won’t find on any other cruise ship.

Enjoy this comprehensive look at the highlights of Wonder of the Seas.

Suite District

Suite Coastal Kitchen and Living Room

Sunny terrace of the suite

Wonderful game landscape

This area is best described as a combination of mini golf and a jungle gym.



Corridors and cabins have a blue pattern.

around the ship

Elevators have a new button system that better explains what’s on each deck.

Fun art in the entertainment venue

The casino has sliding doors to keep the smoke inside

Ocean Adventure

Thanks to the new protocols, there is no prior registration required for children in Adventure Ocean. This is effectively the “old system”, with a capacity of 120-130 children in the 6-12 age group

The crèche (6 months to 36 months) always requires reservations in advance.

AO Kids (6-12 years old)

AO Juniors (3-5 years old)

Kindergarten (6-36 months)

central park

Pool deck

The pool deck has been completely redesigned with a new resort vibe.

teen bridge



Wonder of the Seas has the largest Windjammer in the fleet.

The mason jar

A brand new restaurant that serves South American cuisine.

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