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Review: RCI Allure of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas was the third cruise ship I ventured on. I took this trip a year after sailing on the Oasis and I can absolutely, positively assure you that the Oasis and the Allure are basically identical. 421 more words


Saint Maarten with Bernard's Tours

We took a Caribbean cruise on the Allure of the Seas, and on our shore day in Saint Maarten we visited some of the island’s must-see locales, including the iguana farm, the French/Dutch border, Orient Beach, and Maho Beach to watch the low-flying planes.


Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas Cruise Ship: Bahamas, the US Virgin Islands, and St. Maarten

The Allure of the Seas—alongside its sister the Oasis—is an incredible mega-ship that provides endless activities for its 6,000 passengers. We took a week-long trip from Fort Lauderdale to three stops in the Caribbean: the Bahamas, St. 940 more words


My 13 day Transatlantic Paradise

So, as I found myself staring at this enormous ship (the biggest in the world at the time) with an extreme case of the nervous giggles, I wasn’t so sure that I would be able to force myself to get out of the taxi and onto the cruise. 1,003 more words


Allure and Oasis of the Seas: 10 insider tips

Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas are enormous cruise ships with a remarkable number of activities for guests of all ages. 437 more words


What's Next for Royal Caribbean International?

PHOTO: Three Oasis-class ships sailing together. (photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean International)

2018-2019 Deployments

When Symphony of the Seas, (already open for reservations), sets sail as the fourth Oasis-class ship, it will mark the line’s biggest-ever lineup ever from Florida, as Royal Caribbean will soon have a new terminal at PortMiami. 450 more words

Royal Caribbean Cruise

1st Anniversary Cruise - September 2016

To celebrate our first year of marriage we decided we wanted to take a trip. We’re still young and not tied down with a child yet; it makes sense to get out and see the world. 452 more words