Thursday, May 26, 2011

Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas Begins Her Drydock

Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas recently entered the Victoria Shipyards in Victoria, British Colombia, Canada, to begin an intense 22-day dry dock before she begins her Alaska cruise season.

The ship will receive a variety of enhancements, including specialty restaurants—Samba Grill, Giovanni’s Table and Izumi—as well as the casual Park Café and Boardwalk Dog House. In addition, the Sports Bar will be transformed into a Pub and 15 new staterooms will be added.

For a first hand look at what is happening on board, we are happy to share the following video.

1 comment:

Ditto said...

Interesting video. I'll be on the Radiance on its first cruise after its drydock. I'm looking forward to it. I do wonder about one thing. Why would you spend money at the ship's pay restaurants when you can have all you want for FREE at the Windjammer Cafe and the formal restaurant? The food is fine in the Windjammer and the formal restaurant. To me, it would be a big time WASTE of money to BUY a meal at one of the PAY restaurants.