Launched: December 2009 and November 2011
Sails to: 5- and 7-night Caribbean cruises
For Kids: These ships debuted in 2009 and 2011 respectively, and are the largest ships at sea. Families will enjoy the onboard versions of Central Park-complete with grass and a carousel-and the boardwalks with artists that do caricatures you'll want to hang on your wall back home. The line has also partnered with Dreamworks to provide meet-and-greets with movie characters like Shrek and Kung Fu Panda, as well as a How to Train Your Dragon ice show.
For Grown-ups: Try the zip line, share morning coffees in the first Starbucks at sea, or catch a full-length Broadway stage performance of Chicago or Hairspray.
Babysitting: The ship has group babysitting for kids 6 months of age and up, with everything from a nursery filled with Fisher-Price toys to a Crayola room for toddlers.
Book It: royalcaribbean.com; 866-562-7625
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