Explorer by name, explorer by nature; this Voyager Class ship promises innovation and adventure over 15 decks from rock walls overlooking the sea to ice skating rinks…
Explorer of the Seas offers 1 557 cabins, 939 of which have an ocean view and 765 of these with balconies. The Royal Promenade rooms are interior cabins, but overlook this bustling entertainment boulevard if you like to be in the thick of things and don’t mind a bit of late-night noise. Cabins are fully equipped with mini-fridges, hair dryers, interactive televisions, small sitting areas and lots of drawer space. There are four main categories of staterooms on the Explorer of the Seas: Suites, Balcony, Outside and Interior.
There are two different types of interior staterooms on the Explorer of the Seas, including Accessible Inside Stateroom and Interior Stateroom. The Royal Promenade cabins do have black-out curtains and special glass to reduce the noise. Rooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a sitting area and a private bathroom.
There are three different types of outdoor staterooms on the Explorer of the Seas, including Family Ocean View Stateroom, Large Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Outside Stateroom, Ocean View Stateroom. Rooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a private bathroom and a sitting area with sofa.
There are three different types of balcony staterooms on the Explorer of the Seas, including Superior Ocean View Stateroom, Accessible Balcony stateroom and Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom. Rooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a sitting area, a private balcony and a private bathroom.
There are six different types of suites on the Explorer of the Seas, including Royal Suite, Owner’s Suite, Two Bedroom Suite, Grand Suite, Accessible Suite and Junior Suite. Rooms have two twin beds that can convert into a queen-size, a private balcony, sitting area (some with sofa bed) and private bathroom with a bathtub.
It’s been described as a floating resort offering a vast range of facilities and activities that will appeal to energetic cruise passengers of all ages. Operating Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises from Florida, Explorer of the Seas is scheduled to receive a Royal Advantage upgrade in February 2015 that will see it offering an outdoor movie screen, ship-wide WiFi, the new Concierge and Diamond lounges and the Oasis-class ships’ Park Café and Giovanni’s Table dining concepts.
Explorer of the Seas.
- Tonnage: 138 000
- Number of passengers: 3 114
- Number of crew: 1 180