Luxury on the high seas

It might be difficult to imagine two floating Croke Parks in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean cruising at 24 knots, but it's certainly not impossible.

7th January, 2006

It might be difficult to imagine two floating Croke Parks in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean cruising at 24 knots, but it's certainly not impossible. Royal Caribbean International specialises in floating sumptuousness with its fleet of 20 gigantic ships that make Gulliver's travels look like a measly day-trip.

The company has four separate ‘families' of ships; Vision, Radiance, Voyager, Sovereign and the newly-designed Freedom fleet; the biggest cruise ships ever built.

Brilliance of the Seas,...

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