Explorer of the Seas
Marginally larger than her sister ships and thus the largest passenger liner ever built until the QM2 and the new Freedom class Royal Caribbean ships, this 137,308 gt giant is truly a floating city. Rock climbing, ice skating, minigolf and inline skating; all this - and much more - is featured aboard this spectacular megaliner. Explorer of the Seas now sails to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from Miami, year-round.
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- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Maryann slavin 62 13 Seattle to Alaska2 users found this review helpful.
My husband and I took our first cruise in 2000 on a Royal Carribean cruise out of Galveston, TX. It was magical and the service and food were superb and we got the cruising bug. In the...read more
Sandra willis 57 11 Canary Islands adventure cruise12 users found this review helpful.
Just out of Cadiz after a refit we thought we were in for a treat,how wrong can anyone be,we managed to get on the ship very easily ,good start ,went to stateroom couldn't get in along with several...read more
jo 55 19 Bermuda8 users found this review helpful.
Ship is in great need of refurbishing. Stains on everything. Royal should spend time removing nasty stains off upholstered furniture. Room attendant tries to make room clean but all those...read more
Dawn Menditto 47 2 Caribbean4 users found this review helpful.
Frank the tank and Leigh made the cruise soooo much fun. They make an awesome team. Our stateroom attendant, Clayton on the 9th floor, was so perfect. We miss him very much. He did an...read more
Joey Fernandez 46 4 Bahamas3 users found this review helpful.
It was a Fair Rated cruise, They were extremely understaffed,to the point the staff had bad attitudes and seemed bothered by questions and giving dervice to cruisers. Ship also lacks maintenace as...read more
keith 68 4 eastern caribbean17 users found this review helpful.
Wife, 6 kids and I sailed EOTS from Bayonne on an 11 day cruise the 22nd of Jan 2013. I'll be brief but to the point: Leigh and Frank the Tank, Cruise director and activities...read more
Matt 28 2 carribean26 users found this review helpful.
Let me start by saying that I'm not a complainer and very rarely do I post negative feedback about anything. Don't make the mistake that we made by choosing Royal Caribbean. You work...read more
Nicole 35 4 Eastern Caribbean17 users found this review helpful.
This was my first cruise with Royal Caribbean. Although fun-wise I think that Carnival is better, this was definitely a great cruise. We decided to do Royal Caribbean so we could leave from the...read more
Paul Borish 54 1 Eastern Caribbean42 users found this review helpful.
Not bad other than the biohazards. Olde Country Buffet quality. Horrific smell. Fair We also had the misfortune to be prisoners on Deck 10 Aft on the 1/6/12 cruise....read more
Jerry Weber 65+ 8 Bayonne to Nassau13 users found this review helpful.
There are many RCCL practices that I dislike (such as charging immediately for anything done in advance, including gratuities, and very overpriced wine), but for the actual cruise the large number...read more