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 Brilliance of the Seas

Delivered by renowned Meyer Werft shipyard in July, 2002, Brilliance of the Seas is the second unit in Royal Caribbean's Radiance-class (formerly Vantage-class). Built to Panamax standards, Brilliance of the seas offers many of the features also found on the larger Voyager-class ships, but she visits regions of the world not easily accessible for RCI's largest ships.

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 Professional Reviews

Tom OggReviews at aol.com, 2004-12-03Deep Western Caribbean and Panama Canal

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22users found this review helpful.
Nancy Norris, 2004-12-03Panama Canal/Caribbean

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25users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Harry Searle 32 2 Western Caribbean

    This review is mostly for the benefit of the Canadian traveler. ********************************** The brilliance of the seas was gorgeous. the ship was its name and the service and...read more

    3 users found this review helpful.
  • Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas 7 Day Mediterranean Cruise Alecia Strohm OVERVIEW: About us, my husband and I are in our low/mid 30’s, married for 3 years...read more

    23 users found this review helpful.
  • Jacquelyn Hyde 30 7 Southern Caribbean

    Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean the Seas Sailing Date: December 13th , 2002 As a bit of background, both my husband and I are in our early 30s and we have sailed on over half a...read more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • RCLvictim 59 3 Weatern Med

    Save your vacation, run screaming from RCL. On Royal Caribbean, you are vacationing cattle, held captive to be herded and milked dry. You will encounter all manner of crass, tacky scams...read more

    12 users found this review helpful.
  • RCL victim 57 3 Westerb Med

    Save your vacation, run screaming from RCL. On Royal Caribbean, you are vacationing cattle, held captive to be herded and milked dry. You will encounter all manner of crass, tacky scams...read more

    7 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):2100
  • Builder:Jos. L. Meyer
  • Full Capacity:2501
  • Inaugurated:2002
  • Space Ratio:42.9 / 36.0
  • Gross Tonnage:90,090gt
  • Crew:870
  • Length:962 ft. / 293 m