The 8 classes of Royal Caribbean cruise ships, explained

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Thinking of booking a cruise on a Royal Caribbean ship? You have no shortage of choices.

The world’s biggest cruise line by passenger capacity currently operates 26 vessels — more than any other ocean ship operator. These vessels fall into a wide range of sizes and designs.

Even if you’re a newcomer to cruising, you’ve probably heard of Royal Caribbean’s giant Oasis Class ships, which are more than 20% bigger than any other cruise vessels afloat. The line is particularly known for these groundbreaking, amenity-packed floating megaresorts, which include Symphony of the Seas, the world’s biggest cruise ship.

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