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MS Radiance of the Seas in Adelaide 2018

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If you missed seeing Radiance of the Seas in Adelaide in December 2017, then cruise ship enthusiasts, children or those just dreaming of a cruise can take this final opportunity to see her docked at the Outer Harbour Passenger Terminal on Tuesday 6 March 2018.

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Radiance of the Seas. Photo: Royal Caribbean Cruises


Royal Caribbean Cruises Radiance of the Seas is scheduled to arrive at 6.30 am and depart for the last time this season at 6 pm. A Radiance Class vessel, Radiance of the Seas is the flagship of her class which includes MS Jewel of the Seas, MS Brilliance of the Seas and MS Serenade of the Seas. Being the first cruise ship to feature pool tables stabilised by a computer-controlled gyroscope, she is spectacular with glass enclosing her nine-story atrium, lifts facing the sea and floor-to-ceiling windows.

At 293 metres in length and with 12 guest decks, Radiance of the Seas carries 2,501 passengers and 859 crew. She will come to Adelaide after commencing her 17 day Australia and New Zealand Cruise from Fremantle and via Esperance. After departing Adelaide she will travel to Melbourne visiting seven ports around New Zealand, then return to Sydney. Radiance of the Seas undertakes cruises from 2 to 19 nights around Asia, Australia and New Zealand and the South Pacific.

If the size of this beautiful girl is not enough, passengers can choose from eight different dining experiences ranging from very casual to formal dining such as Cafe Latte-Tudes, Windjammer, Izumi, Chops Grille or Giovanni's Table where guests can indulge in rustic Italian dishes with a contemporary flair.

Radiance of the Seas looks after the kids just as well as the adults. The award-winning Adventure Ocean Youth Program focuses on Tiny Travellers (ages 3 5), Explorers (ages 6 8) or Voyagers (ages 9 11), each providing age appropriate educational but fun activities.

Adults looking for interesting daytime activities can enjoy culinary classes, jewellery making or a range of sporting activities such as rock climbing, the sports court or mini golf. Night time brings an array of great entertainment. Guests can join in the Mystery Dinner Theatre, outdoor movie nights at the dive-in theatre, pub performances at the English Pub or take in an original production by the onboard performers. Whatever activity guests choose, there is no doubt they will be entertained from boarding to disembarking.

Once the day is done, guests can retire to their room which they have chosen from baby friendly, couples retreat, extended families or special needs. There are interior, ocean view, balony and suite options each with an array of amenities and comforts.

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That's the Life! Photo: Royal Caribbean Cruises


This is a great opportunity to bring the little ones along to see the big ships.

All times given are subject to change. This is a viewing event only, no access is available onboard.

For further information go to Cruise Ships in Adelaide.
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Why? See the big cruise ships in Adelaide
When: Tuesday 6 March 2018
Where: Outer Harbour Passenger Terminal, Lady Ruthven Drive, North Haven
Cost: FREE
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