CHILDREN AND OTHER
Above left: The Library. After the 2015 refit, the Library also took over the role of card room.
Above right: The Internet Cafe located just above the Library, provides 24 hour Internet access.
The Royal Promenade is akin to the main
street in a town and accordingly it has a
variety of shops including fashion and
clothing boutiques, a general store
featuring duty-free alcohol, jewelry and
souvenirs items. During the 2015 refit,
the shops were given new up-market look.
Right: Selling original works of art and
conducting art auctions is the Art
Below: The Photo Gallery sells camera
related items as well as portraits taken
on board and photos taken by the ship' s
photographers during the voyage.
During the 2015 refit, the Photo Gallery
was redone. The traditional racks of
photos were replaced by digital viewers.
Guests look for their photos via the
viewers and then use them to order prints
of the photos they want.
Situated at the highest point on the ship,
the Skylight Chapel is the scene for
weddings and renewal of vows (right).
Royal Caribbean has devoted a considerable area
of the ship to facilities for its children and teens
program Adventure Ocean. Programs are offered
by age group.
Above left: The entrance way to the children's
indoor area. Above: A play area for younger
Above right: A play area with a large screen
Right: An area for climbing.
Below right: The outdoor play area is marked for
Below: The outdoor facilities include a water slide
Below left: Tables and chairs to scale.
Left: Children's computers.
Above: Optix, the teen club.
Right: Explorer has a large video arcade.
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