Source: Royal Caribbean
The world’s largest cruise ship now has a new home – Florida’s Port Canaveral!
After previously sailing out of Europe and Fort Lauderdale, Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas will sail out of Port Canaveral for at least the next two years.
The world’s largest cruise ship now calls @PortCanaveral its home. @RoyalCaribbean’s Wonder of the Seas departing the port tonight on a seven night cruise across the Caribbean. Full @news6wkmg report tonight at 11:30. pic.twitter.com/PvqPvRuW6O— James Sparvero (@JamesSparvero) November 20, 2022
The 230,000-ton vessel, which is the fifth ship in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis line, can carry nearly 7,000 passengers and features 2,867 staterooms across 18 decks.
The one-of-a-kind ship offers passengers the chance to explore eight different ‘neighborhoods’ while at sea: Central Park, Boardwalk, Pool & Sports Zone, Entertainment Place, Royal Promenade, Vitality Spa & Fitness Centre, Youth Zone, and Suite Neighborhood.
Foodies can indulge their gastronomic cravings at nine complementary and 12 specialty dining facilities onboard the ship, before heading to one of the 12 bars scattered across the Oasis class vessel.
Wonder of the Seas will operate 6- and 7-night Western Caribbean cruises, and 7- and 8-night Eastern Caribbean itineraries. All of the cruises will call at Royal Caribbean’s private island, CocoCay.