A Royal Caribbean cruise ship has emerged from dry dock after receiving a massive remodel which saw many new features added to the cruise ship. Independence of the Seas has added water slides, an escape room, a trampoline zone, laser tag, new staterooms, and a new waterpark during the multi-million dollar makeover that took place over the past few weeks in dry dock.
Independence of the Seas now boast lots of new and exciting activities like the interactive aqua park Splashaway Bay, which is bigger and better than ever before and features waterslides, water cannons, fountains, pools and the child-favorite drench bucket.
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Extending the specialty dining options onboard, Izumi, the exotic Asian-inspired dining experience, has been introduced to Independence of the Seas, giving guests the chance to enjoy fresh sushi and experience skilled hibachi chefs cooking table side on Teppanyaki grills.
Breathtakingly beautiful new lounges and Panoramic Ocean View staterooms were an extra bit of extraordinary to Independence of the Seas. With stunning wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling views, guests can soak up the feeling of standing on the bridge of the ship and watching the sunset over the coastline, all from the privacy of their own stateroom.
Sailing from Southampton after her incredible makeover for the Summer of 2018, Independence of the Seas also has an all-improved ice rink, as well as a revamped theater ready to wow with the much-loved Broadway show, Grease.
Independence of the Seas is a 154,000 gross ton cruise ship that has been in service since 2008 and can carry 4,370 passengers.