travel42 Cruise Ship Review: Royal Caribbean International Radiance of the Seas

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Introduction and History

The Radiance of the Seas was the first of the Radiance-class ships from Royal Caribbean International. They were designed to incorporate many of the dining and entertainment options of the Voyager-class ships—and then some—while exploring the global destinations of the Vision class.

Built in 2001 in Germany to sail anywhere, this 90,090-ton Bahamian-registered vessel is 962 feet long, with a beam of 106 feet, a draft of 28 feet, a cruising speed of ...

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OCG Class
Mainstream
Radiance of the Seas
Year Built2001
Year Last Refurbished2011
Capacity2,466 passengers
Decks12
Tonnage90,090
RegistryBahamas