Enchantment of the Seas, Grandeur of the Seas, Legend of the Seas, Rhapsody of the Seas, Splendour of the Seas, Vision of the Seas

From Alaska to Hawaii, Panama Canal to Bermuda, Europe to Mexico, and Dubai, Royal Caribbean’s worldly Vision Class ships can take your curiosity just about anywhere. Your clients can spend an afternoon by the pool at the adults-only solarium, complete with retractable roof. Or find their next great adventure at the bungee trampoline, Rock Climbing Wall, and mini-golf course.

Ship Features
On a Vision Class ship, guests can:
– Dance the night away at the world-class nightclub
– Sample cuisine and wines from all over the world in the spectacular two-story dining room
– Share a drink at one of the eight bars and lounges
– Play poker, slots or whatever game of chance you fancy at the Casino Royale
– Stroll along and enjoy lounges, dining, shops and entertainment
– Enjoy the adults-only Solarium
– Test your skills on the mini-golf course on Legend of the Seas and Splendour of the Seas
– Race each other to the top of the Rock Climbing Wall
– De-stress at the Vitality Spa
– Relax in one of the whirlpools.

New Technology
Vision Class ships have the latest technology to keep you connected and comfortable
– Connect with people back home at the internet cafe
– Pervasive WiFi
– Flat-screen televisions in every stateroom
– Digital signage and interactive wayfinders

Superior Accommodations
The ultimate in comfort, convenience and luxury plus a staff that’s available 24/7
– Suites – Most feature a private balcony
– Royal Suites – A bedroom with a Royal king-size bed and a separate living room. Some even offer a baby grand piano
– Owner’s Suites – A queen-size bed and a queen-size sofa bed in the separate living area
– Royal Family Suites – Two bedrooms and enough room to accommodate up to eight with twin beds, two Pullman beds and a double sofa bed
– Balcony Staterooms – Spectacular ocean views from a private balcony
– Accessible Staterooms – Designed for maximum freedom and convenience to enable guests with disabilities.

Source: Royal Caribbean Guide 2015-2016