Radiance of the Seas
Launched in early 2001, Radiance of the Seas is RCI's first Vantage-class (now known as the Radiance class) ship. Built to Panamax standards, she combines many aspects of the company's huge Voyager-class ships with the ability to be deployable world-wide. The Radiance class ships are recognized as the best of the best by loyal Royal Caribbean cruisers.
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Pete Peterson 52 8 Southern Caribbean6 users found this review helpful.
First of all, let me say that this is not a mega review of our cruise, since I would be duplicating what Nancy Norris already wrote in her wonderful review, which I found very helpful before...read more
Chuck Palm 54 12 Pacific Coastal1 users found this review helpful.
I really wanted to like the Radiance because it is so beautiful on the outside. We have never sailed R.C.C.L. before, and consider ourselves to be open-minded when it comes to choosing...read more
Laura Bryant 38 3 4-Day Pacific NW7 users found this review helpful.
This was my 3rd RCCL cruise and the best overall. My mother and I booked 10 days before sailing as the prices were just too good to pass up. My husband kindly agreed to stay with our 3...read more
Lee Mazanec 38 2 San Juan – St. Thomas – Antigua – St. Martin – St. Lucia – Barbados – @3 users found this review helpful.
This was our second cruise with Royal Caribbean (RC) and it met or exceeded our expectations. The first section describes how the overall cruise met or exceeded our expectations. The...read more
Bob Hersey 54 15 Southern Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
In St. Lucia we went on the Land/Sea Tour to Soufriere, a combination bus trip and catamaran sail. We have done this tour before and it was just as wonderful. We visited an active volcano,...read more
Nicole Julian 29 4 Pacific Northwest (4 days)2 users found this review helpful.
I booked this cruise in May of 2001 in a category M guarantee. I was assigned cabin # 1005, a category M, on the top passenger deck. It was a good location, other than being almost all the way...read more
Christine and Richard 47 13 Vancouver to Honolulu1 users found this review helpful.
One tendered ashore on a sparkling morning to the welcoming sight of a replica of the 19th Century brig, Carthaginian II. Nearby was the historic Pioneer Inn – constructed in 1901, it was...read more
Ramona Edmunds 30 Something 1 Canada
Monday 01 October came and we headed into Seattle. We took a quick drive down to the pier and then did lots of circling to try and find parking. Ended up parking in right across...read more
Mary and Vincent Finelli n/a many Cruise to Nowhere6 users found this review helpful.
These were our 15th and 16th cruises (back-to-back) in the past four years and our 6th & 7th on RCI. We booked these cruises so that we could be among the first to experience the much touted...read more
KmPast 44 4 Southern Caribbean1 users found this review helpful.
This was my first time sailing with RCCL and I would have to say that this was the worst cruise of the four that I have taken. In speaking with other passengers that I met on the ship, who...read more