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Royal Caribbean/RCCL Ship Classes

Max. Capacity:

2 Oasis Class 6360

*2 Quantum Class 4905

3 Freedom Class 4375

5 Voyager Class 3840

4 Radiance Class 2502

6 Vision Class 2416

{3} 1 *Sovereign Class 2767

*Shorter than Vision Class & Smaller Rooms

*Vision Class 3 Ships

Sovereign of the Seas, Monarch of the Seas,

Majesty of the Seas

Taken Out of Service and Transferred to:

Pullmantur Cruises owned by Royal Caribbean

Sovereign of the Seas 2008, Monarch of the Seas 2013

Constructed & In Service:

*2 Quantum Class

2012—2015 | 2014—

2 Oasis Class

2007—2010, 2013—2016 | 2009—

3 Freedom Class 2004—2008 | 2006—

4 Radiance Class 2001—2004 | 2001—

5 Voyager Class 1999—2003 | 1999—

6 Vision Class 1995—1998 | 1995—

1 Sovereign Class 1987—1992 | 1987—

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Royal Caribbean/RCCL Ship Classes

Max. Capacity:

2 Oasis Class 6360

*2 Quantum Class 4905

3 Freedom Class 4375

5 Voyager Class 3840

4 Radiance Class 2502

6 Vision Class 2416

{3} 1 *Sovereign Class 2767

*Shorter than Vision Class & Smaller Rooms

*Vision Class 3 Ships

Sovereign of the Seas, Monarch of the Seas,

Majesty of the Seas

Taken Out of Service and Transferred to:

Pullmantur Cruises owned by Royal Caribbean

Sovereign of the Seas 2008, Monarch of the Seas 2013

Constructed & In Service:

*2 Quantum Class

2012—2015 | 2014—

2 Oasis Class

2007—2010, 2013—2016 | 2009—

Notice In The Oasis Class 2013-2016 For Builds

Royal Intends to Build A THRID OASIS CLASS Ship

On Allure OTS

Welcome Back Party — 19/November/2012 @Deck #6

Boardwalk: AquaTheater —10:15 A.M. C&A Members This was Stated and the decision was made on 4/November/2012

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Royal Caribbean/RCCL Ship Classes

Max. Capacity:

2 Oasis Class 6360

*2 Quantum Class 4905

3 Freedom Class 4375

5 Voyager Class 3840

4 Radiance Class 2502

6 Vision Class 2416

{3} 1 *Sovereign Class 2767

*Shorter than Vision Class & Smaller Rooms

*Vision Class 3 Ships

Sovereign of the Seas, Monarch of the Seas,

Majesty of the Seas

Taken Out of Service and Transferred to:

Pullmantur Cruises owned by Royal Caribbean

Sovereign of the Seas 2008, Monarch of the Seas 2013

Constructed & In Service:

*2 Quantum Class

2012—2015 | 2014—

2 Oasis Class

2007—2010, 2013—2016 | 2009—

3 Freedom Class 2004—2008 | 2006—

4 Radiance Class 2001—2004 | 2001—

5 Voyager Class 1999—2003 | 1999—

6 Vision Class 1995—1998 | 1995—

1 Sovereign Class 1987—1992 | 1987—

The Last Time Royal Redesigned Their Website the Pulled Most of This Info, but I copied and Saved Most of it to A Word File I Had to look up some of it on Wikipedia.

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We’ve sailed on:

Allure of the Seas

Freedom of the Seas

Liberty of the Seas

Adventure of the Seas

Mariner of the Seas

Navigator of the Seas

Radiance of the Seas

Majesty of the Seas (two times)

Sovereign of the Seas (three times)

You can’t tell from this list, but the Radiance-class is actually our favorite Royal Caribbean design. I guess this shows that we rarely pick our cruises based only on the ship we’ll be sailing aboard…

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Royal Caribbean Ships I Have Been On:

Brilliance of the Seas

Liberty of the Seas 4x {Including A Back 2 Back}

Oasis of the Seas

Allure of the Seas

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We’ve sailed on:

Allure of the Seas

Freedom of the Seas

Liberty of the Seas

Adventure of the Seas

Mariner of the Seas

Navigator of the Seas

Radiance of the Seas

Majesty of the Seas (two times)

Sovereign of the Seas (three times)

You can’t tell from this list, but the Radiance-class is actually our favorite Royal Caribbean design. I guess this shows that we rarely pick our cruises based only on the ship we’ll be sailing aboard…

That's Great

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You can’t tell from this list, but the Radiance-class is actually our favorite Royal Caribbean design. I guess this shows that we rarely pick our cruises based only on the ship we’ll be sailing aboard…

I Recall Reading Someware That ONE of The Requirements for the Radiance-Class was that it HAD TO BE ABLE to FIT IN The Panama Canal

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You’re right – one of the considerations when designing a ship (cruise or otherwise) is always if it will be able to fit through the Panama Canal. The maximum size a ship can be and still fit is called Panamax. Royal Caribbean’s Radiance-class ships were designed with this in mind and they fill the current canal locks to within inches of what’s allowed!

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