ROYAL Caribbean is making some exciting changes to its Allure of the Seas cruise ship. Take a look at the plans – which include adding a huge waterslide.
Royal Caribbean is spending £132 million re-vamping its Allure of the Seas ship.
And it looks like the pricey makeover will work wonders – as plans for the Oasis-class vessel look incredible.
Designers hope to bring the world’s tallest slide at sea to the cruise liner.
They also hope to add whirlpools, a trio of water rides and an adults-only sun room.
Royal Caribbean has started work on its Allure of the Seas vessel.
Construction workers have been busy installing an Ultimate Abyss ride on the ship.
This water slide will be the biggest in the world – matching the cruise company’s 92-foot attraction that’s on board the Symphony of the Seas.
If the XL ride wasn’t enough for guests to splash around in, it’s launching another adrenaline-filled feature.
The Perfect Storm consists of three slides and clear panels that allow riders to get a view of the sea as they whoosh down the tunnels.
When kids aren’t spending time in the water, they’ll still have plenty to do.
Royal Caribbean is rolling out Adventure Ocean spaces where under 18s can hang-out under the supervision of employees.
These additions join the already vast list of activities that children and teens can enjoy.
A laser tag arena and escape room are already popular with cruisers.
While the children are occupied, adults can have their fun too.
The cruise firm is opening up a new restaurant and bar.
Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar is bound to pull guests through its doors with its Mediterranean dishes and tipples.
Alternatively, parents can hang-out in Allure of the Seas’ adults only Solarium or take a dip in one of the new whirlpools.
Meanwhile, the vessel’s pool deck makeover is likely to attract guests.
The space has been provided with a larger selection of seats, daybeds and swing seats.
Cruise fans won’t have to wait long to try out the new amenities.
A spokesperson said: “The reimagined Allure sails on May 10, 2020, offering 7-night Western Mediterranean cruises roundtrip from Barcelona, Spain.”
For more information, visit the Royal Caribbean website.