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Splendour of the Seas
Royal Caribbean International

Built in 1996 -- 70,000 tons -- 1804 passengers (double capacity)


Eleven decks above the ocean, Splendour of the Seas’ Viking Crown Lounge offers panoramic sea vistas. 

The Splendour of the Greens is Splendour of the Seas’ 18-hole miniature golf course. 

Royal Caribbean’s melodic décor theme sounds a chord on Splendour of the Seas with the Top Hat Lounge, King and I Dining Room, and 42nd Street Theater. 

Stay fit at sea in Splendour of the Seas’ Ship Shape Fitness Center with its full range of exercise equipment and a sauna to relax after a workout. 

The Crystal Canopy covers one of Splendour of the Seas’ swimming pools, creating a solarium with adjacent whirlpool tubs. 

Teenage passengers on Splendour of the Seas have their own FantaSeas Teen Center with a lounge area and video arcade. 

The Observatory on Splendour of the Seas is designed for stargazing—from two decks above the bridge, its starwheels rotate to display the location of the constellations. 

Splendour of the Seas’ Schooner Bar features a nautically inspired décor, right down to the unique scent. 

From a seat in Splendour of the Seas’ Viking Crown Lounge, you could look the Statue of Liberty in the eye. 

Two Eiffel Towers could be built using the steel in the Splendour of the Seas. 

The Splendour of the Seas is twice as wide as Beverly Hills’ Rodeo Drive and three times as long and twice as high as the “Hollywood” sign. 

Two acres of glass canopies, windows, and walls afford panoramic views of the sea from nearly every deck on Splendour of the Seas.

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