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 Splendour of the Seas

The second ship in RCI's first pair of Vision-class ships, Splendour of the Seas has mainly been deployed on "exotic" itineraries by Royal Caribbean since her inaugural in 1996. She is now being marketed as the company's "European ship" with English, French, German, Italian and Spanish as the official languages.

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 Professional Reviews

Nancy Norris, 2005-02-12Western Caribbean

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15users found this review helpful.
Tom & Mary Milano, 2000-11-27Circle Caribbean

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9users found this review helpful.

 User Reviews

  • Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
  • Melissa 29 4 Santos Brazil

    This is the email that I wrote Royal Caribbean, awaiting their response... To whom it may concern, I am writing you this letter to convey me and my husband's disappointment in our honeymoon trip...read more

    19 users found this review helpful.
  • PAUL 58 2 Greek Islands

    The ship is one of the smaller in the fleet, and a lot smaller than the Explorer which was our last cruise. We felt that it was much more accessible and intimate and yet large enough to not feel...read more

    26 users found this review helpful.
  • Tonia 34 0 Mediterranean

    Well, unfortunately I have no cruise experience. I booked a Mediterrean cruise on Royal Caribbean (Splendor of the Seas) which was originally scheduled to disembark on April 14th. Now two months...read more

    33 users found this review helpful.
  • Judith 49 1 Greece

    All old worn out ships from America get sent ot the Med. This ship needs to be sent in to dry dock and refurbished. Old and dated. The best things on this ship was the staff. The food in the...read more

    21 users found this review helpful.
  • Judith 49 1 Greece

    All old worn out ships from America get sent ot the Med. This ship needs to be sent in to dry dock and refurbished. Old and dated. The best things on this ship was the staff. The food in the...read more

  • Judith 49 1 Greece

    All old worn out ships from America get sent ot the Med. This ship needs to be sent in to dry dock and refurbished. Old and dated. The best things on this ship was the staff. The food in the...read more

    4 users found this review helpful.
  • Sergio de Freitas 47 4 Transatlantic

    This was a wonderful family vacation even though I set up higher expectations for this cruise. Food was very good for this cruise, some disappointing moments, but overall good food. We had...read more

    2 users found this review helpful.
  • Lynne Poirier 67 2 Mediterranean

    Overall, this was a wonderful cruise made more so by the RCCL staff. The ship is very beautiful and well maintained but it is older with spots of rust and corrosion in places. No big deal though....read more

    15 users found this review helpful.
  • James 40 3 Mediterranean

    All in all, the trip was beyond our expectations! We were seated at the late seating - 9:15pm. We prefer the late dinner so when we get home from the day ashore we can relax or have a drink...read more

    23 users found this review helpful.
  • Susan Bauer 40 4 Mediterranean

    My husband and I were on the May 26th sailing of the Splendour. A little about us - we are professionals in our early 30's - no kids yet - 2 prior cruses in the Caribbean on Celebrity. This was...read more

    32 users found this review helpful.
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Ship Summary
  • Operator:Royal Caribbean Int.
  • Capacity (double occupancy):1804
  • Builder:Chantiers de l'Atlantique
  • Full Capacity:2064
  • Inaugurated:1996
  • Space Ratio:38.3 / 33.5
  • Gross Tonnage:69,130
  • Crew:720
  • Length:867 ft. / 264 m