Radiance of the Seas is a Radiance-class cruise ship offering a range of luxury trips around the Australian and western American coasts. With a wide range of activities available on board, guests can keep themselves entertained in between stops at a variety of stunning destinations.
A Brief History
Built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, Radiance of the Seas’ maiden voyage took place on 10 March 2001. It has since undergone a refurbishment in June 2011.
Activities aboard Radiance of the Seas
There’s plenty to keep guests entertained during their trip, including a number of restaurants and coffee shops. Other amenities include:
REST & RELAXATION
- Beauty salon
- Three whirlpools
- Internet centre
- Three swimming pools
- Basketball court
- Climbing wall
- Nine-hole mini golf course
- Jogging track
No matter what you’re into, you’re sure to find something to help you while away the hours between stops.
Whatever your tastes or budget, finding a bite to eat won’t be difficult, with ten restaurants on board, each with something different to offer. Here are just a few of the mouthwatering choices you’ll find:
Samba Grill – a Brazilian-style steakhouse serving a choice of 13 types of meat and seafood, carved right in front of you at your table.
Rita’s Cantina – serving classic Mexican cuisine, including nachos, margaritas and fajitas.
Portofino – Italian dishes in intimate surroundings. Also hosts the ship’s Mystery Theatre Dinner nights.
Windjammer Café – a more laid back atmosphere, whether you want a quick snack or a full meal.
Seaview Café – an open-air deli and bar, open throughout the day.
Chef’s Table – the very best cuisine on board Radiance Of The Seas, catering exclusively for groups of up to 14 guests at a time. Here you’ll have the evening’s featured chef preparing gourmet dishes especially for you.
There are rooms to cater for all budgets. From the ultimate in luxury – two-floor deluxe suites with ocean views and a balcony – all the way down to compact rooms. Whatever you choose, you’ll appreciate the excellent attention to detail.
825 of the ship’s 1,071 staterooms provide ocean views, while more budget-conscious guests might be interested in one of the 246 interior rooms. There are 15 wheelchair-accessible rooms.
Regardless of class, all rooms offer a TV, telephone, computer point, mini-bar/refrigerator, electrical plug points, hairdryer, and air conditioning.
Weight: 90,090 tons
Length: 293 metres
Beam: 32.2 metres
Draft: 8.5 metres
Cruising speed: 22 knots (41km/h)
Guest capacity: 2,531 passengers