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History of the Ship
Allure of the Seas is an Oasis class ship introduced in 2010. She currently holds the record as the largest cruise ship ever constructed. She is 2 inches longer than Oasis of the Seas. Royal Caribbean homeports it's 2 largest ships at Port Everglades, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. There Royal Caribbean built a new passenger terminal which provides for fast and efficient boarding and provisioning. The godmother of the Allure of the Seas is Fiona from the Dreamworks animated feature Shrek. Many of the characters from another Dreamworks film, Madagascar are featured on the ship as well.

What's on Board
The ship features a central park landscaped with fully grown trees. It also has a zip line that traverses the ship 9 decks in the air, she has 2 Flowrider surf simulators and 2-43 foot tall rock climbing walls. An ice skating rink, mini golf course, and carousel round out the features of this ship.

Dining options include the main dining room for traditional dining. 4 alternative restaurants and several casual eating spots. The Allure of the Seas is considered a mass market cruise ship but to many it will be an active alternative to the normal cruise experience.

Cabins offered vary from  interior staterooms to the spacious 2 story suites at 1,599SF including a 874SF balcony. Stylish appoinments are present in all staterooms. Larger ships can offer more options to its cruise guests and Allure of the Seas has something for every family and every family member to provide a unique vacation experience.

Allure of the Seas

Allure of the Seas Quick Facts:
  Year built: 2010
STX Europe
Bahamian Registry
GRT: 220,000 tons
Length: 1,187 feet
Beam: 184 feet
Public Decks: 16
Passengers: 5,400
Crew: 2,150
Space Ratio: 41