Allure of the Seas biggest by a couple of inches

Allure of the Seas, the latest Royal Caribbean International cruise ship, joins sister-ship Oasis of the Seas as the world’s largest and most revolutionary cruise ship.  Largest, because Allure is just two inches longer than Oasis which, until now, was the world’s longest cruise ship.

With a cache of distinct onboard activities and amenities, Allure of the Seas offers one-of-a-kind entertainment performances, culinary concepts, retail venues and technology innovations. An architectural marvel at sea, Allure’s neighbourhoods are divided into seven distinct themed areas, which include Central Park, Boardwalk, the Royal Promenade, the Pool and Sports Zone, Vitality at Sea Spa and Fitness Centre, Entertainment Place and Youth Zone. She spans 16 decks, encompasses 225,282 gross registered tonnes, carries 5,400 guests at double occupancy, and features 2,700 staterooms. Allure of the Seas alternates a Western Caribbean with an Eastern Caribbean seven night itinerary from her home port of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Royal Caribbean’s strategic alliance with DreamWorks Animation, featuring new onboard parades, ice shows, aqua shows and experiences with the film studio’s beloved characters, along with the at-sea debut of the Broadway production Chicago: The Musical, and Royal Caribbean Productions’ new Blue Planet aerial production and Ice Games ice show, offer guests unparalleled entertainment options.

Allure of the Seas also boasts 26 dining options, including the first ever Starbucks at sea; a new fine dining experience at 150 Central Park, created by The Culinary Institute of America alumna Molly Brandt; Samba Grill Brazilian steakhouse; Rita’s Cantina, a casual Mexican restaurant offering the widest selection of margaritas at sea; and the Boardwalk Dog House, an outdoor hot-dog specialty counter.

Also making its maritime debut aboard Allure of the Seas is the GUESS Accessory store from one of the world’s most recognizable fashion apparel and accessories brands, as well as the first BRITTO Gallery at sea by pop culture artist Romero Britto. In addition, new technological innovations include complimentary guest service kiosks in the Royal Promenade – which guests can use to instantly view, print and email their SeaPass folio, as well as check-in for flights and print airline boarding passes – and 3-D movie screens in the ship’s Amber Theatre located in the Entertainment Place neighbourhood.

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