Table of Contents
- Overview of Wonders of the Seas
- Dining Options
- Ports of Call a. CoCoCay Bahamas b. Nassau c. Falmouth Jamaica d. Labadee Haiti
- Frequently Asked Questions
1. Overview of Wonders of the Seas
The Wonders of the Seas is an impressive ship, measuring 362 meters in length and 66 meters in width. It can accommodate up to 6,988 passengers and has a crew of 2,200. Despite its size, the ship is surprisingly easy to navigate, thanks to its well-designed layout and helpful signage.
One of the most impressive features of the Wonders of the Seas is its range of amenities and activities. There’s something for everyone on this ship, from swimming pools and water slides to rock climbing walls and ice skating rinks.
The Wonders of the Seas accommodations are spacious and comfortable, with a range of options to suit different budgets and preferences. We opted for a balcony stateroom, which offered stunning ocean views and plenty of room to relax and unwind.
The staterooms are well-appointed, with comfortable beds, ample storage space, and modern amenities like flat-screen TVs and mini-fridges. The bathrooms are also surprisingly spacious, with plenty of counter space and good water pressure in the shower.
3. Dining Options
One of the highlights of any cruise is the food, and the Wonders of the Seas did not disappoint. There are a variety of dining options available on the ship, from casual buffets to elegant specialty restaurants.
Our favorite dining experience was at Wonderland, an imaginative restaurant that offers a unique and interactive dining experience. The food was delicious and beautifully presented, and the ambiance was whimsical and fun.
The Wonders of the Seas offers various entertainment options, from Broadway-style shows to comedy acts and live music. One of our standout experiences was the aqua theater show, which featured acrobatics, diving, and high-dive stunts.
There’s also plenty to do for kids and families, including a kids’ club, video arcade, and various family-friendly activities like mini-golf and laser tag.
5. Ports of Call
Our 7-night trip on the Wonders of the Seas included stops at CoCoCay Bahamas, Nassau, Falmouth, Jamaica, and Labadee, Haiti. Here’s a brief overview of each port of call and what we enjoyed doing there:
a. Cococay Bahamas
CoCoCay is Royal Caribbean’s private island and a true paradise. The island offers a range of activities and amenities, including a water park, zip line, and snorkeling excursions. We enjoyed lounging on the beach and exploring the island on foot.
a. Nassau, Bahamas
Nassau is the capital city of the Bahamas, and it’s a vibrant and colorful destination. We spent the day at the water park, which was a lot of fun, and also enjoyed strolling through the city and checking out the local markets and shops.
c. Falmouth Jamaica
Falmouth is a charming Jamaican town with a rich history and plenty of character. We took a bike cab around town and explored the local landmarks, including the historic Falmouth Court House and the impressive St. Peter’s Anglican Church.
d. Labadee Haiti
Labadee is a private resort owned by Royal Caribbean, and it offers visitors stunning beaches, crystal-clear waters, and a variety of activities and amenities. We opted for the Island Escape package to Amiga Island, which was a highlight of our trip. The water was the clearest we’ve seen on our trip, and the locals were friendly.
6. Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is the Wonders of the Seas suitable for families?
A: Yes, the Wonders of the Seas is a great option for families, with plenty of activities and amenities for kids of all ages.
Q: How do I book a trip to the Wonders of the Seas?
A: Trips on the Wonders of the Seas can be booked through the Royal Caribbean website or a travel agent.
Q: How much does it cost to take a trip on the Wonders of the Seas?
A: Prices vary depending on the time of year and the length of the trip but expect to pay at least $1,000 per person for a 7-night trip.
Q: What should I pack for a trip to the Wonders of the Seas?
A: Pack comfortable, casual clothing for daytime activities and dressier clothes for evening events like dinners and shows. Don’t forget to bring swimwear, sunscreen, and comfortable shoes for walking around the ship and exploring ports of call.
Overall, our experience on the Wonders of the Seas was fantastic. The ship is impressive in size and amenities, and the ports of call on our trip were varied and exciting. Whether you’re a seasoned cruiser or a first-time traveler, the Wonders of the Seas is definitely worth checking out.