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Allure of the Seas

Allure of the seas is the largest cruise ship at sea, beating its sister ship Oasis of the Seas by just 50mm. This gargantuan vessel is divided into multiple neighbourhoods each with their own distinct feel. This floating resort features an astonishing array of activities and dining options to keep guests entertained for the duration of the cruise.



Vital Statistics

  • Occupancy: 5,400
  • Crew and staff: 2,384  
  • Tonnage: 225,282
  • Length: 362m
  • Cruise Speed: 22.6 knots
  • Launched: 2010


Food & Drink

The Adagio Dining Room can accommodate more than 3000 guests and with its grand chandeliers and wall murals, this resplendent restaurant echoes the traditional cruise dining rooms of the past, but accompanied by a thoroughly modern menu.  For some less formal options then guest can enjoy buffets for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the Windjammer Marketplace or healthier options in the Solarium Bistro.

Specialist dining rooms include the Italian restaurant Giovanni’s Table, the Izumi Asian Restaurant and the Samba Grill, a Brazilian style steakhouse.

For a quiet drink guests can visit the Bow and Stern and enjoy the traditional pub atmosphere. There’s more lively entertainment in the On the Air Club in the form of Karaoke.  The Rising Tide Bar offers an unusual drinking experience, the Rising Tide Bar elevates between floors.  

In addition Coffee lovers can enjoy all of the amazing hot beverage options available at the first Starbucks at sea.


The Amber Theater is the main entertainment venue on board ship and has more than 2,500 seats. Over the course of the cruise this venue plays host to two shows. Guests can enjoy the award-winning Broadway musical Chicago or alternatively see the visual effects heavy music and dance spectacular Blue Planet.  When not being used for these spectaculars, the theatre can also be used to screen 3-D movies.

The Comedy Live club is a more intimate venue where guests can come and enjoy the performances of top stand-up comedians.

Allure of the Seas also features some more unusual performances spaces. Studio B is an Ice Rink offering incredible displays of ice dancing including a show based on ‘How to Train Your Dragon. Guests can see a spectacular show in the AquaTheater featuring incredible aquatic activities from synchronised swimming to high diving alongside aerial acrobatics.

In the largest casino on the ocean there are a range of electronic games machines, all the top table games and a bar for those who just want to relax and enjoy the action.


There’s plenty of ways to get some exercise in the Pool and Sports Zone. Guests can enjoy thre spools with the Beach Pool and Main Pool providing the perfect spots to Sunbathe and the Sports Pool ideal for those looking to improve their lap times.

The Sports Court is a multi-purpose space and can be set up for basketball or football and for some solo cardio work, there’s a jogging track.  For those who prefer their sporting pursuits at a more leisurely pace there’s a nine-hole putting green.

For more extreme sports there are two FlowRider surf simulators, duel rock climbing walls and even a zipline.

Central Park is found in the heart of the ship and features more than 12,000 plants and trees to recreate the feel of a park at sea. This space is surrounded by restaurants and a range of shops. 

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