Royal Caribbean’s fleet “Amplification” project continues. Next up is the 5,400 passenger Allure of the Seas refurbishment scheduled during a nearly-two month dry dock event in Barcelona next spring.
The Allure of the Seas refurbishment is scheduled over a 58-day drydock to the tune of $165 million dollars.
Allure of the Seas Refurbishment Includes…
You’ll see the biggest change at the waterparks. First, they’re adding the tallest waterslide at sea called the Ultimate Abyss. Then they’ll also add the Perfect Storm and its trio of dueling waterslides. The kids’ water park will also be enlarged with more splash areas.
There will be Splashaway Bay kids’ aquapark, with twin drench buckets, three waterslides, fountains, pools, water cannons and a Splash Pad for toddlers.
The Lime & Coconut bar will be included in the reimagined pool deck. Cabana-type daybeds, hammocks and swing seats will be added. New whirlpools on the top deck plus a refurbished, adults-only…
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