One of the signature onboard activities that Royal Caribbean has become well-known for is the rock climbing wall. Since the first rock climbing wall debuted on a Royal Caribbean ship, the experience has spread to every other ship in the fleet making it a favorite among guests.
Rock climbing walls were added to all of Royal Caribbean's ships following great guest feedback.
The 30-foot rock wall offers different tracks for various experience levels and is open for most of the day.
It's open to kids and adults and Royal Caribbean provides all the safety equipment that you will need, including helmets, harnesses and shoes. You just need to bring a pair of socks.
Climbers need to be at least 6 years old and sign a waiver. Climbing the rock wall is free and no reservations are required.
For advanced climbers, Royal Caribbean will offer advanced climbing sessions, speed-climbing competitions and for teens, teen tournaments.
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On the Oasis class cruise ships, you will find two rock climbing walls, which offer double the capacity of climbers compared to other ships in the fleet.
What makes the rock climbing wall so much fun is that it is an exhilarting challenge to try and climb up all the way to the top and ring that bell to let everyone around know you conquered it.
There are different paths on the rock wall to allow beginner climbers and advanced climbers alike have a go at it. Once you conquer one side, try the next side!
Royal Caribbean's rock climbing walls are a great way to stay active, challenge yourself and have fun all at the same time!
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