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 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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 Professional Reviews

Royal Caribbean InternationalExplorer the Seas Review7-Day Eastern CaribbeanTom Ogg, 2006-04-30NOT FOUND

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53users found this review helpful.
Joanie Ogg, CTC, MCC, 2005-04-10Western Caribbean

Boomer The Explorer of the Seas Group Beginnings I was the seminar...read more

21users found this review helpful.
Zamgwar, 2004-02-14

While my tan is still dark, my waistline still swelled, and my memories clear I will...read more

58users found this review helpful.
Tom & Mary Milano, 2001-02-10Eastern Caribbean

This is a very long, comprehensive review. We suggest you print it so you can read it at...read more

203users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Diana Le 16 First Cruise Western Caribbean

    My experience with RC was excellent. It was my first real vacation, and I was rather nervous from the beginning. I never left home without my mother so I was filled with angst and trepidation...read more

  • Yvette Johnson 33 First Cruise Nassau - St. Thomas - San Juan - Labadee

    What a cruise ! What a cruise ! What a cruise !! My experience is different from most because I got married on my cruise with 18 sailing guest present but I must say it was absolutely...read more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Jennifer Richardson 25 First Cruise Eastern Caribbean

    My husband and I were first time cruisers...so we didn't know what to expect. Let me just say, it is the BEST vacation we have ever taken and ever will! The ship was enormous, like a floating city,...read more

  • Jackie Fredreck 50 one Eastern Caribbean

    Ten months have passed since our first cruise, yet the wonderful experience and memories we have from the EOS still lingers. The ship is MAGNIFICENT!! She is HUGE! So many things to...read more

  • Summer Mallory 25 10 Western Caribbean

    Embarkation was a piece of cake. We got there around 10:30, hardly no line at all. We had pier pick up for the documents and that was very easy. They told us we would be getting on at 11:00. It...read more

    1 users found this review helpful.
  • Bill Pritchard mid 30's First Cruise Eastern Caribbean

    A group of eight couples - six from Western Wisconsin, one from St. Louis and one all the way from Houston - all decided that it was time that we ventured forth on a cruise. For the most part, the...read more

  • Joe and Ila Lemon 67 First Cruise Eastern Caribbean

    Because of 9/11 we did not want to fight the hassle of the new security procedures, and airline travel, so we drove to Miami. We stayed overnight in Ft. Lauderdale, and drove on to the Port of...read more

  • Nancy Lien 51 5 Nassau, St. Thomas, San Juan, Labadee

    This was the biggest and newest ship I've been on, I thought the design was very clever because I sure didn't feel like I was on that big of ship as the main public areas are in the...read more

  • Richard 48 8 Eastern Caribbean

    Here is the real scoop. Keep in mind everyone's perspective is different, but I'll be as objective as I can. Keep in mind I am easy going and not too picky, but I am a classy guy who knows...read more

  • Scott Wagner 14 3 Miami, Nassau, St. Thomas, Labadee Haiti

    This boat is so big. It never feels crowded due to its large size. Sometimes it even feels empty. There are so many activities for people of every age. There is bingo, shows, the casino, and a...read more

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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):3114
  • Builder:Kvrner Masa-Yards
  • Full Capacity:3840
  • Inaugurated:2000
  • Space Ratio:44.1 / 35.8
  • Gross Tonnage:137,308gt
  • Crew:1180
  • Length:1,021 ft. / 311 m