- Royal Promenade
- Deck 5 - Deck 6 - Deck 7 - Deck 8
- the Royal Promenade links the forward and aft Centrums. It was the first horizontal atrium on a cruise ship when introduced, and remains the most famous landmark feature of the Voyager class of ships. Though it was really hard to implement from a technical viewpoint, Royal Caribbean achieved to design and build this amazing 120-meter (or 394-feet)-long gallery, on which one can find various bars, shops, restaurants, the guests relations desk and even a gaming arcade (on the earliest ships) The Promenade works just like a street: all day long, you can either care to have a drink, go shopping, or enjoy the street performers' shows — don't miss the various parades organized at night! And just like any street, it tends to encourage people-watching, made possible by the 138 overlooking cabins.
- the decoration of the Promenade itself is almost identical on every sistership. It looks like a Londonian Victorian street (it is supposed to have been inspired by the Burlington Arcade). Its lighting mimics that of daylight.
- the Royal Promenade is both an astounding cruise-ship feature and a technical wonder. When it was unveiled on Voyager in 1999, it wrote a new chapter in the history of naval architecture.
MAP OF THE ROYAL PROMENADE
Voyager of the Seas (52 pictures)
Explorer of the Seas (39 pictures)
Adventure of the Seas (33 pictures)
Navigator of the Seas (45 pictures)
Mariner of the Seas (43 pictures)