Serenade of the Seas

Inexpensive Mega SET SAIL 2003
Glass everywhere - giant windows appear throughout the ship
Nachos, fajitas and other Mexican fare at Rita's Cantina
The Safari Club, with self-leveling pool tables and chess
Tons To Do

Serenade of the Seas is the third of four Radiance-class vessels, one of the cruise industry's most appealing classes of ships, and Serenade is about the most elegant a mega ship as you can find. From the newly enhanced and expanded dining venues to the entertainment lounges and bars, Serenade sings a song of beautiful public rooms and lots of fun things to do.

Serenade of the Seas OVERVIEW

Recently renovated to the tune of $29 million, Serenade of the Seas is better than ever, and it was pretty good before. Royal Caribbean nearly doubled the dining choices and fresh out-of-the-box entertainment options, from thrilling aerial acts in the Atrium to movies shown on a giant screen on deck under the stars. Aside from the activities, Serenade and her Radiance-class sisters are especially attractive and elegant vessels.

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In the summer and part of fall, Serenade of the Seas sails in Europe, with cruises primarily out of Barcelona, Spain. The rest of the year is spent traveling from New Orleans to the Bahamas and the Western Caribbean.

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