"Explorer of the Seas is the second ship from the Voyager-class series that was launched back in 1999."
Explorer of the Seas has been totally enhanced and in 2015 will be sailing from Southampton to must-see locations such as the Canary Islands, Palma de Mallorca, Madeira, the Azores and even as far as Agadir in Morocco.
A wealth of on board activities is a staple of the Royal Caribbean fleet, and the Explorer is no different. Amenities include an ice skating rink, rock-climbing wall, basketball court, mini golf and a spa, amongst many others. A choice of dining options makes meal times a delight.
A wide choice of accommodation on board the Explorer provides a room type to suit all needs and budgets. Live like a king in a Royal Suite, complete with its own private balcony, lounge, and concierge, or enjoy the space on offer in a comfortable Balcony Stateroom. The choice, and plenty more, is yours.
Go surfing without even leaving the ship! FlowRider is the ultimate surf-simulator, where you can boogie-board, ride a wave or even take a surfing lesson all in one place. Catch the latest blockbusters and sporting events all while enjoying the poolside fun with our new outdoor movie screens. Indulge in a blissful massage, get an invigorating facial or try an acupuncture session to soothe those aches and pains.
- Swimming pools
- Sports deck
- Ice skating
- Outdoor movie screens
- Virtual submarine
- Rock climbing
- Mini golf
- Fitness centre
A wide array of dining options on board the Explorer offers options for all tastes. Whether you opt for gourmet cuisine, laid back al fresco dining or simply an indulgent burger, you're bound to be satisfied by the choice on offer.
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