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Newly revitalised Independence of the Seas arrives in Southampton
Royal Caribbean International’s Independence of the Seas arrived in her new UK homeport of Southampton on 12 May following multi-million pound renovation. Spanning 15 decks, the revitalised Independence of the Seas has been dubbed the ‘ultimate family ship’ thanks to its new dining and entertainment offerings. New entertainment highlights include Sky Pad, a virtual reality bungee trampoline experience; glow-in-the-dark laser tag; Puzzle Break, a timed escape room experience; interactive aqua park Splashaway Bay; and The Perfect Storm, a duo of racing waterslides called Cyclone and Typhoon. Elsewhere on the ship, guests will be able to head to the new Sugar Beach sweet shop, the Fish & Ships poolside eatery and the Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade, which will show live sporting events and serve food. In addition, they will be able to enjoy an Asian-inspired dining experience at Izumi Hibachi & Sushi.
More than 200 passengers aboard Royal Caribbean ship stricken with stomach virus
About 220 passengers aboard a five-night Caribbean cruise, slated to return to Ft. Lauderdale Saturday morning, suffered from a gastro-intestinal illness over the past week, Royal Caribbean announced. "Independence of the Seas is currently on a 5-night Caribbean cruise, which departed Port Everglades, Florida on December 11," Royal Caribbean said in a statement Friday to ABC News. "Over the week, 220 cases of gastro-intestinal illness were reported— representing 4.86 percent of the 5,547 guests and crew onboard." http://abcnews.go.com/US/200-passengers-aboard-royal-caribbean-ship-stricken-stomach/story?id=51829904
Royal Caribbean Reveals More Details on Independence of the Seas Cruise Ship Refurbishment
- Royal Caribbean has revealed some of the new features to be added to Independence of the Seas during its April 2018 refurbishment, including Splashaway Bay aqua park, Izumi Asian restaurant and brand-new Panoramic Ocean View cabins. The updates will see the ship's existing water park upgraded with Splashaway Bay -- set to include water slides, water cannons, fountains, pools and the line's drench bucket -- while Izumi will introduce teppanyaki grills and freshly made sushi to the ship's dining offerings. New Panoramic Ocean View cabins (pictured) will feature wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows; the ship will also receive an improved ice rink and updates to its Alhambra Theater, plus an Escape Room, top deck trampolines and a laser tag arena. https://www.cruisecritic.com/news/news.cfm?ID=8090News schreiben