Worlds Largest Cruise Ship Back In Action After Drydock

Allure of the Seas
Photo By: Rune (Creative Commons)

The world’s largest cruise ship is back in action and better than ever thanks to an 18 day drydock.

Allure of the Seas which is operated by Royal Caribbean has spent the past 18 days undergoing a major drydock in Cadiz, Spain. the revitalisation of the vessel has brought many new improvements and new experiences. Allure of the Seas is refreshed just in time for her European season where passengers will first get to enjoy the revitalised ship.

Three new restaurants have been added including Izumi Hibachi & Sushi, a reimagined Izumi Japanese Cuisine, Sabor Taqueria & Tequila Bar, featuring a mouth-watering menu of authentic, modern and unexpected Mexican dishes and Coastal Kitchen, an exclusive restaurant for suite guests and Pinnacle members. Guests will still be able to enjoy favorites which were already featured onboard.

Royal Caribbean is introducing 10 new suites onboard Allure of the Seas. These suites offer breathtaking views of the ocean or the ship’s signature AquaTheater and Boardwalk neighborhood and include two Royal Suites, six Grand Suites and two Royal Family Suites. Some suites will get special benefits and spaces to enhance the experience even further.

In addition, Allure of the Seas’ guests can shop till they drop with new and exciting onboard boutiques kate spade new york and Michael Kors, in addition to the guest-favorite Coach fine leathers boutique. Guests also have a wide selection of fine jewelry and luxury timepieces in the new Regalia in the Park, Royal Caribbean’s signature duty-free boutique set in the ship’s Central Park neighborhood.

Through October 2015, Allure of the Seas will be homeported at Barcelona, Spain, for the first full Oasis-class Europe season. In November 2015, Allure of the Seas will return to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., alternating seven-night Western and Eastern Caribbean itineraries every Sunday, visiting exciting warm-weather getaways in the Caribbean.