Cruise News Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Receiving Water Slides, Laser Tag, and Other New...

Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Receiving Water Slides, Laser Tag, and Other New Features

Royal Caribbean has announced that when Independence of the Seas goes into dry dock in April 2018, the cruise ship will receive a radical bow to stern makeover.

The cruise line posted the following message on their Crown and Anchor Facebook page announcing the new features being added to the cruise ship:

“We’re excited to share that Royal Caribbean International’s Independence of the Seas will receive a bow-to-stern makeover in April 2018. During the revitalization the ship will receive several new features including a trampoline park, water slides, escape rooms, and laser tag. These ideas were proposed by travel agents in the UK and Ireland as part of a contest held with Travel Weekly UK. Stay tuned for more details!”

Royal Caribbean has been adding new features to cruise ships when the vessels go into dry dock.  Several water slides were added to Independence of the Seas’ sister ship Liberty of the Seas last year including the Boomerango.

Sponsored Links

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.

The ship currently sails eight to 14 night cruises in the Mediterranean.  Independence of the Seas will arrive back in Ft. Lauderdale on November 13, 2017 and sail four and five night cruise to the Caribbean during the winter months.

Learn the cruise secrets most people don't know and cruise like a boss. Check out Intelligent Cruiser here for a better cruise vacation. (Sponsored)


Looking for the Best Cruise Deals?
Search Multiple Sites at Once
Instant Real Time Pricing
Search Now
Ben Souza
Ben is a world traveler who has visited 42 countries and taken over 50 cruises. His writings have appeared and been cited in various media outlets such as Yahoo News, MSN, NPR, Drudge Report, CNN, Fox, and ABC News. Ben currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. Follow Ben on Instagram. Visit Ben Souza on Linkedin. You may email Ben at [email protected]
Cruise News Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Receiving Water Slides, Laser Tag, and Other New...

1 COMMENT

  1. I am Diamond Plus with RCCL and I wish they would enclose the solariums on the ships that are not covered. I am taking my family of 6 on a cruise on Navigator And I know the solarium is open because that was my first cruise in 2003.

Comments are closed.

Follow Cruise Fever

415,830FansLike
91,286FollowersFollow
18,255FollowersFollow
5,183FollowersFollow
47,500SubscribersSubscribe
Sponsored Links

Recent Articles

Share
Tweet
Pin
Email
Share