Departing Sydney and Fremantle, Radiance of the Seas is the first gas-turbine vessel in the Royal Caribbean fleet and boasts higher and more efficient speeds with much lower emissions. Measuring 293m in length and with a gross tonnage of 90,090 GT the Radiance of the Seas can reach a maximum speed of 22 knots even when at its maximum passenger capacity of 2,501. Featuring 12 decks, Radiance of the Seas is also home to a spectacular 10-storey glass Centrum and sea-facing glass elevators for stunning views no matter where you are in the ship. Radiance of the Seas offers cruises around Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific, Asia, Tahiti and Hawaii.
While on board Radiance of the Seas, passengers can enjoy visits to a number of ports of call including Brisbane, the Whitsundays, Cairns, Willis Island, Darwin, Port Headland, Geraldton, Perth, Esperance, Adelaide, Melbourne, Newcastle and Hobart as well as Wellington, Picton, Akaroa, Dunedin, Milford Sound, Napier, Tauranga, Bay of Islands, Noumea, Mare, Champagne Bay, Vila, Mystery Island, Luganville, Isle of Pines, Bali, Honolulu and Bora Bora. Offering the fleet’s highest percentage of outside staterooms, Radiance of the Seas also offers the first on board pool tables designed with a computer-controlled gyroscope to stabilise themselves while at sea.
For this ship's full list of cruises visit Radiance of the Seas Cruises.
|Gross Tonnage||90,090 GT|
|Max Speed||22 knots|
|Crew||859 - 1 crew per 3 passengers|
|Passenger Cabins||1073 - including 15 wheelchair accessible rooms|