royal caribbean's
wonder of
the seas
an oasis class ship

Ship Facts

 

Guest Capacity: 5,734 double occupancy

Gross Tonnage: 236,857

Staterooms : 2,867

Decks:  18 high

Length: 362.12 Meters

Max Beam: 213'

Draft: 30 feet

Cruising Speed: 22.6 knots

Ship's Registry: Bahamas

a marvel of technology, engineering and design

The ship class that redefined cruising just got bolder. The world’s biggest 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.                                                                                                                                                                                                      I would like to note that the pictures will be updated as more become available.  The Wonder of the Seas debuted in March 2022, so pictures are currently limited.


Wonder of the Seas Hairspray
Hairspray


Wonder of the Seas Playscape
Playscape


Wonder of the Seas Hiro
HiRO


wonder of the seas bars

The Wonder of the Seas® Bars provide plenty of drink options for guests. From Royal Caribbean favorites like the Bionic Bar and the Rising Tide, to an authentic English pub. With many bars having their own unique decor and themed menu, like Boleros, The Lime & Coconut and Trellis, why not try them all?

Wonder of the Seas Boleros
Boleros


Wonder of the Seas Lime
the Lime & Coconut 


Wonder of the Seas Trellis Bar
Trellis


wonder of the seas dining

As an Oasis Class ship, there is no shortage of dining options found on Wonder of the Seas. Both complimentary and specialty dining options are available and come in a wide range of cuisines and styles, meaning there is something for everyone to eat onboard.

 

With so many restaurants included in your cruise fare, it’s entirely possible to eat only at the complimentary venues on Wonder of the Seas. From Mediterranean-inspired dinners at Solarium Bistro to American breakfast at Johnny Rockets, it’s unlikely you’ll get bored with the complimentary restaurants available.

Wonder of the Seas Mason Jar
Mason Jar
(Specialty)


Wonder of the Seas El Loco Fresh
El Loco Fresh

(Complimentary)


Wonder of the Seas Wonderland
Wonderland
(Specialty)


wonder of the seas staterooms

With a capacity of 6,988 guests, there is an array of stateroom categories to choose from when booking a cruise on Wonder of the Seas. In fact, there are a total of 2,867 staterooms found onboard.

 

Choosing which stateroom to book ultimately depends on your budget and vacation style. Some guests may prefer booking an interior or ocean view room and putting the money saved towards add-ons like a drink package or shore excursion. Others may value the extra space and privacy a balcony or suite provides, even if it comes at a higher cost.  Wonder of the Seas boasts the debut of the Suite Neighborhood.

Wonder of the Seas Interior
Interior Stateroom


Wonder of the Seas Ocean View Cabin
Ocean View Stateroom


Wonder of the Seas Central Park Cabin
Central Park Balcony Stateroom


Wonder of the Seas Boardwalk
Outside Boardwalk Balcony Staterooms


Wonder of the Seas Balcony Cabin
Balcony Stateroom


Wonder of the Seas Suite Neighborhood Deck
Suite Neighborhood Deck