Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas

If you’re thinking about exploring the island paradises of the Eastern Caribbean, you may want to do it on Explorer of the Seas. Explorer of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class cruise ships and it offers an array of innovative features for you to enjoy as you sail from one exotic locale to another. The following is a bit of what you can expect when you sail on Explorer of the Seas.

The Ship

Explorer of the Seas stands out from other luxury ocean liners sailing to the Eastern Caribbean because of the many upgrades she offers, such as elegant staterooms, thrilling on-deck attractions, and expansive gathering spaces inside and out. This ship is known for its well-appointed public areas, bustling Main Street and Royal Promenade areas, and signature features like a 200-foot rock wall that hangs out over the ocean.

The Itineraries

On Explorer of the Seas, you’ll turn into an explorer of beautiful ports of call like St. Maarten and St. Thomas. Cruises on this ship last from a few days to more than 10 nights. One of the most popular itineraries on Explorer of the Seas is the 7-night Bahamas cruise, which allows you time on Nassau’s stunning beaches.


Part of the fun of cruising on Explorer of the Seas is trying out her many dining venues. She offers amazing options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, such as casual meals in the stunning 3-story Main Dining room, Asian-fusion delights at Jade Sushi, and small bites at the British-style pub.

This is just some of the excitement that awaits you on an Explorer of the Seas cruise. Along with setting out to exotic islands destinations, while sleeping in luxurious guestrooms, you have bars and clubs to hit up, multiple swimming pools and hot tubs to soak in, a jogging track to run on, an ice rink to skate on, and much more.

To find out more about Explorer of the Seas, including dates for her thrilling cruises, visit Royal Caribbean’s website. After you’ve viewed accommodation options and itineraries, you can book your cruise directly from the Royal Caribbean website.

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