Rhapsody of the Seas

Inexpensive Mega SET SAIL 1997
The Concierge Lounge for VIPs and the adults-only Solarium Pool
The revamped Centrum boasts day-to-night entertainment
The digital Way-Finding system makes it hard to get lost
The Viking Crown Lounge (especially the view!)
The Royal Babies and Tots nursery
Tons To Do

Rhapsody of the Seas has been spruced up to enhance the style and to offer some of the modern features cruisers are looking for. The new dining venues are particularly appreciated, offering opportunities for grown-up dining without the crowds and interesting ethnic options. The addition of a nursery will allow parents to try the various restaurants. Although she's a bit too big to be deemed intimate, she's a great option for guests who prefer a ship that's more moderate in size.

Rhapsody of the Seas OVERVIEW

To celebrate her 15th birthday in 2012, Rhapsody of the Seas was treated to a makeover, emerging with a range of new features that have proved popular on Royal Caribbean International's larger Oasis class of ships — from dining options to ship-wide Wi-Fi. Big on indoor and outdoor fun like her sister ships, Rhapsodyof the Seas offers plenty of bells and whistles and spacious outdoor decks for admiring the scenery. Also to admire is a multimillion-dollar art collection.

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Rhapsody of the Seas divides her time between two popular cruising regions. She spends the summer in Alaska, operating 7-night cruises from Seattle or Vancouver, and other months cruising from Sydney, Australia, to the South Pacific and Queensland, Australia. In between the seasons, she sails Hawaii repositioning cruises.

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