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Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas is just days away from beginning her first sailing and we have our first look at some areas around the ship.
Wonder of the Seas is almost ready to begin regular service from Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Wonder of the Seas is 236,857 gross tons and has 18 decks in total that can accommodate 5,734 guests at double occupancy.
Sneak peek around Wonder
The first sailing of Wonder of the Seas begins on Friday, but the excitement has already started with new photos from onboard.
Royal Caribbean released new photos from around Wonder of the Seas to showcase a few areas. Some of these photos were also shared by Royal Caribbean's Senior Vice President, Sales, Trade Support and Service, Vicki Freed.
First up is a look at the new, cantilevered Vue Bar.
Located in the Solarium, The Vue offers poolside drinks with panoramic ocean views.
The Suite Sun Deck is part of the eighth neighborhood, which is a private area reserved just for suite guests.
The private neighborhood includes a plunge pool and bar in the Suite Sun Deck and Coastal Kitchen exclusive restaurant.
Something else you'll only find in the Suite Neighborhood is a plunge pool.
The pool deck on Wonder of the Seas has been redesigned as well with a resort-style feel to it.
Guests will not only find a number of pools to swim in and lounge chairs to relax in, but also the Lime & Coconut bar, waterslides, and a Splashaway Bay aqua park for kids.
The pool deck on Wonder of the Seas will also feature the largest poolside movie screen on a Royal Caribbean ship.
Wonder of the Seas also has a new specialty restaurant that serves up American southern comfort food.
The Mason Jar offers staples and classics with a twist for brunch, dinner and the late night, including savory johnnycakes, crab beignets, 19 American whiskeys, spike floats and shakes, and other southern libations.
Wonder of the Seas will also be home to the largest Ultimate Family Suite yet for a family of 10.
You'll find in this lavish suite an in-suite slide, cinema, and karaoke area, as well as a private balcony and whirlpool.
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Something else brand new to any Royal Caribbean ship is the all-new Wonder Playscape, an underwater-themed, outdoor play area for families with kids.
This area includes multilevel slides, climbing walls, imaginative puzzles, an interactive mural that comes to life by touch and light shows.
Teens on board Wonder of the Seas have their own indoor and outdoor spaces, Social100 and The Patio.
Indoors, teens have the latest in music, games and movies at their fingertips; and on the outdoor patio, highlights include a private whirlpool, a menu of eight zero-proof cocktails and shakes, lawn games, as well as seating and nooks to hang out under the sun or stars.
The Ultimate Abyss will be onboard Wonder of the Seas, which is the tallest slide at sea.
Inaugural Wonder of the Seas season
The inaugural Wonder of the Seas sailing will be March 4, 2022.
In May 2022, Wonder of the Seas will head to Europe, where she will offer 7-night Western Mediterranean cruises from Barcelona and Rome. Wonder of the Seas will visit Palma de Mallorca, Spain and Capri, Italy and replace Allure of the Seas in the region.
After her summer season, Wonder returns to Florida to offer year-round sailings in November 2022, when she sails from Port Canaveral. Destinations range from Perfect Day at CocoCay and Philipsburg, St. Maarten, to Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas; and Cozumel, Mexico.