Wonder Of The Seas has a class that redefined cruising. The world’s giant ship, Wonder of the Seas, brings even bigger adventures to the award-winning Oasis Class. Like eight unique neighborhoods, including the all-new Suite Neighborhood.
A totally redesigned pool deck with more ways to soak up the sun — or shade — than ever before. AquaTheater adds edge-of-your-seat-inducing entertainment to the line-up with stunning ocean views and a dramatic new backdrop.
And the all-new Wonder Playscape, an underwater world studded with slides, climbing walls, and games, where imaginations can soar—plus returning fan favorites like the FlowRider and Ultimate Abyss.
The Wonder Of The Seas is a massive vessel at 1,188 feet long, 210 feet wide, and with a gross tonnage of 236,857.
The wonder of the seas has a capacity of 5,734 guests at double capacity and 6,988 guests total. With 2,300 crew onboard, the total capacity for Wonder of the Seas is 9,288 passengers!
The ship’s deck plan is massive, and while public rooms are arranged in a thoughtful way, expect to spend a lot of time looking for directions and doubling back on your tracks.
Most of the ship’s public rooms are clustered along the lengths of Decks 4, 5 and 6. Here, passengers will find the ship’s Casino; the Studio B ice rink that doubles as an entertainment venue; and iconic spaces like the robotic Bionic Bar; the Latin-themed Bolero’s; and the nautical favorite, the Schooner Bar.
All the way aft on Deck 6, passengers will find an outdoor area known as the Boardwalk — a fun space anchored by a real, honest-to-gosh carousel that gives way to Johnny Rocket’s, the Playmaker’s Sports Bar, and the most eye-popping entertainment venue onboard, the Aquatheater.
Up on Deck 15, the wonder of the seas’ top-deck poolside attractions come to life. Here and on Deck 16, passengers will find the Ultimate Abyss slides (the largest at sea); the Flowrider surfing simulator; a zipline; and more pools, bars, and hot tubs than could be reasonably used in a week at sea.
That’s not to say the entire ship is party-central. Plenty of areas onboard, like the Solarium on Deck 15 forward and the Central Park “neighborhood” amidships on Deck 8, are enclaves of quiet relaxation by both day and night.wonder of the seas current location
|Name||Wonder of the Seas|
|Owner||Royal Caribbean Group|
|Operator||Royal Caribbean International|
|Port of registry||Nassau, Bahamas|
|Builder||Chantiers de l’Atlantique, Saint-Nazaire, France|
|Laid down||9 May 2016|
|Launched||4 September 2020|
|Completed||27 January 2022|
|Acquired||27 January 2022|
|Maiden voyage||4 March 2022|
|In service||4 March 2022|
|Class and type||Oasis-class cruise ship|
|Length||362.04 m (1,187 ft 10 in)|
|Draught||9.3 m (30 ft 6 in)|
|Speed||22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph) cruising|
|Notes||Currently the world’s largest cruise ship|