Wonder of the Seas Statistics & Facts

Wonder of the Seas is one of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class ships. Launched in 2022, she is one of the largest ships in the Royal Caribbean fleet.

Wonder of the Seas

Wonder of the Seas Size

Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas has a gross tonnage of 235,600 GT. Not to be confused with weight, gross tonnage is a measure of the internal volume of a ship. It’s the best way to compare ships by size.

Wonder of the Seas is 362 metres (1,188 feet) long, which is about the same length as 12 blue whales or 3.3 football fields!

Wonder of the Seas has a beam of 66 metres (215 feet). Beam is another word for width, when we’re talking about the size of cruise ships.

There are 18 decks on Wonder of the Seas and 11 of these have cabins. These are accessed by a whopping 24 guest elevators, with more elevators that are just for crew members.

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The Wonder of the Seas cruising through the ocean

Wonder of the Seas Occupancy

Wonder of the Seas is one of the biggest ships in the world. She can accommodate 5,734 based on double occupancy. However, if every bed on the ship is in use, then this ship can accommodate up to 7,084 as well as 2,204 crew members.

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Wonder of the Seas Speed

You may be wondering how fast Wonder of the Seas can go? Well, the top speed is 22 knots, which equates to 25.31716 miles per hour. However, the ship usually sails much slower than this as the speed is dictated by the itinerary and the weather.

Building Wonder of the Seas

Wonder of the Seas was built in 2022 in Saint-Nazaire, France by the shipbuilder Chantiers de l’Atlantique. Like many Royal Caribbean ships, she was registered in Bahamas.

The ship cost $940,000,000 to build. She was Christened by Marie McCrea and made her maiden voyage on March 4, 2022.

Wonder of the Seas has 5 sister ships in the Oasis Class:

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Workers constructing Wonders of the Sea

Facilities onboard Wonder of the Seas

You’ll find plenty to do onboard Wonder of the Seas. Here’s what you can expect to find on board:

Adventure Ocean

Adventure Ocean is the Royal Caribbean kids club, and includes AO Babies and AO Junior for younger guests. Children will love the huge range of activities on offer, and the dedicated spaces just for them.

Girl playing in Adventure Ocean


The AquaTheater is a stunning venue where you’ll enjoy a host of shows that incorporate special effects and intricate diving routines. With the deepest pools at sea, these amazing live events are truly spectacular.

Wonder of the Seas Aquatheater


Get your game on at the arcade, where you’ll find a host of different machines suited to all ages. There’s a selection of video games, classic games such as skeeball, and prize games too.

2 guests playing a virtual reality game


Situated on the Boardwalk, the carousel on your ship is a classic attraction that guests can ride as many times as they wish. It’s very traditional, hand-painted and designed exclusively for the cruise line.

Cruise guests riding the Carousel

Casino Royale

Whether you’re a poker or blackjack player, or you prefer to stick to machines, Casino Royale has it all. Play some games and potentially win some amazing jackpots in a lively, exciting atmosphere.

Gentle men playing at the casino royale


Hop on a surfboard or bodyboard and ride the waves with FlowRider, the only surfing simulator at sea. Included in your fare, this is a thrilling attraction for newbies and experienced surfers too.

Woman enjoying the flowrider

Ice Skating

Strap on a pair of ice skates and head onto the rink. Whether you’re grabbing the sides all the way around, or confident enough to perform figure-eights and elaborate spins, you’ll have a great time skating as a family.

Friends playing in the skating rink

Mini Golf

Enjoy a fun mini golf course on your ship where you can putt around various tricky obstacles. This is included in your fare, so if you have a bad round…just play again!

Wonder of the Seas Wonder Dunes Golf

Rock Climbing Wall

Whether you’re a beginner or a speed-climber, the rock climbing wall is a cool place to hang out and enjoy amazing views. Included in your fare and with no reservation needed, you can scale the wall as many times as you like during your cruise.

Woman having the time of her life while wall climbing


Exclusively for adult guests, the Solarium is an indoor and outdoor venue designed with pure relaxation in mind. Relax in the quiet pools, grab a cocktail and sit in a lounge space, or enjoy the cascading lagoons on some ships as you let stresses melt away.

Hot tub at the Solarium

Splashaway Bay

This kid-friendly splashpark is the perfect place for younger guests to burn off some energy. There are plenty of pools, whirlpools, fountains and water cannons, along with colourful low-intensity waterslides that are ideal for kids.

The aerial view of splashaway bay

The Perfect Storm

Feeling adventurous, and seeking a thrill? The Perfect Storm is a collection of some of the fastest waterslides at sea, including dual-racing slides and the first boomerang-style and head-first mat racer slides at sea.

Kids getting ready to slide down

Vitality at Sea Fitness & Spa / Spa

At the Vitality Spa, guests can enjoy a range of treatments designed to help them relax and recharge. From beauty treatments such as facials and body wraps, to soothing massages and bathing rituals, there is something for everyone – including a range of services aimed at teens and tweens.

A lady relaxing at the spa

Zip Line

Suspended 10 decks above the Boardwalk, the zip line on your ship offers both a thrilling ride and amazing views of the ship. There’s no reservation needed and no fee, so if you’re brave enough you can experience this exciting attraction as often as you like.

A man riding the Zipline

Places to eat on Wonder of the Seas

Wonder of the Seas has a huge selection of restaurants, cafes and snack bars where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a quick bite to eat. Some of these are included in your cruise fare and some have an extra charge.

Here are all of your dining options onboard Wonder of the Seas :

150 Central Park

150 Central Park is a speciality restaurant serving a selection of modern dishes picked from a range of cuisines. It’s a smart casual venue that takes classic dishes and adds a unique contemporary spin – with some amazing desserts and drinks to try too.

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Inside 150 central park

Boardwalk Dog House

The Boardwalk Dog House offers a selection of hot dogs that are perfect for a quick snack. Whether you want the classic American-style dog, a pork Bratwurst or even a chicken and apple dog, there’s plenty to tickle your tastebuds here.

In front of boardwalk dog house

Cafe Promenade

Cafe Promenade is an included dining venue serving a selection of deli treats and tasty breakfast items. Grab a croissandwich in the morning, or a packed wrap for lunch. There are some great sweet items here as well, with menu options rotating daily.

In front of cafe promenade

Chef’s Table

If you want a formal, gourmet dining experience then Chef’s Table is ideal. You’ll be served five stunning courses during this white-tablecloth dinner in an exclusive setting, with every course perfectly paired with a different wine by the ship’s onboard sommelier.

Chef's Table signage
Chef’s Table

Chops Grille

The Chops Grille steakhouse is an iconic Royal Caribbean restaurant, known for its excellent selection of steak, fish and other meat dishes. This speciality restaurant is smart casual and offers a lighter menu for lunch alongside its main dinner selections.

Entrance of Chops Grille

Coastal Kitchen

Exclusively for guests staying in a suite or members of the Pinnacle Club, this smart casual restaurant is included in your fare and offers fresh flavours from both the Mediterranean and California. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all served here though Junior Suite guests can only visit for dinner.

A delicious dish by Coastal Kitchen

El Loco Fresh

Enjoy authentic Mexican dishes at this casual dining venue including burritos, carnitas and more that are all packed with incredible flavours. Dine outdoors or take your food to go if you want to enjoy your Mexican dishes elsewhere on the ship.

Yummy Mexican cuisine by El Loco Fresh

Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar

This speciality restaurant has a casual, homely vibe and serves some of the best Italian comfort food you could find anywhere. Beautiful meat dishes, fresh pasta and hand-tossed pizzas are all paired with some beautiful wines straight from the Mediterranean.

The beautiful interior of Giovanni's Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar

Hooked Seafood

Try some classic New England-style seafood flavours at this casual speciality restaurant. Popular menu options include crab cakes, oysters and lobster rolls, with lighter bites available if you want a fresh lunch snack.

Foods you can order on Hooked Seafood


Izumi is a smart casual speciality restaurant that specialises in Asian cuisine, specifically focussing on Japanese classics such as sushi and sishimi. Over four courses (including two mains) you’ll discover some amazing flavours whether you dine at lunch or dinner.

The chef garnishing an order of sushi

Johnny Rockets

Enjoy Royal Caribbean’s classic take on the American diner with Johnny Rockets, a casual speciality restaurant serving all your favourite burgers, sandwiches and fries. Don’t forget the hand-spun shakes and malts to go with them, too.

Johnny Rockets signage

Main/Traditional Dining

If you choose Traditional Dining, you’ll be given a set dining time for the Main Dining Room every night. You’ll also likely have the same waiter throughout your cruise, who will learn all your favourites and make meal times even more special.

Well arranged tables and chairs in Main/Traditional Dining

Park Cafe

While wandering the calming Central Park, why not stop for a light breakfast or lunch at this deli cafe? Fresh paninis and sandwiches are available along with salads and sweet treats too.

The façade of Park Cafe

Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade

Playmakers is the resident Royal Caribbean sports bar. Here you’ll be able to watch a range of sports on the big screens whilst you drink a beer or try the range of lighter bites on offer, and enjoy some of the table games provided too.

In front of Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade

Solarium Bistro

While soaking up the calm atmosphere of the adults-only Solarium, take a trip to this buffet restaurant with some amazing Mediterranean flavours. Pile your plate high and enjoy your meal indoors or in the peace of the deck under the blue sky, or the stars at night.

The Solarium Bistro


This casual pizza restaurant serves all your favourites along with some unique pies packed with amazing ingredients. Head here for lunch or dinner, or with late opening you can grab a slice to round off your night.

The façade of Sorrento's


Find your favourite Starbucks beverages at the branch on-board your ship. Whether you need a coffee to perk you up after a late night, or a syrup-infused hot chocolate and pastry, you’ll find all the Starbucks classics here.

A small Starbucks hut

Sugar Beach

Sugar Beach is more than just an ice cream parlor – it’s stocked with hundreds of sweet options. Whether creating your own incredible sundae or just adding a few extra treats to your ice cream cup, you’ll be in sugar heaven.

Kids getting tons of candies

Vitality Cafe

As part of the Vitality Spa, this cafe lets you try some healthy snacks and drinks to keep that rejuvenating vibe going. Fresh smoothies and juices give you the vitamin boost you need, while homemade granola provides plenty of energy without any unhealthy extras.

Windjammer Cafe

The Windjammer Cafe is the buffet restaurant on the ship. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, you can help yourself to a fantastic selection of hot and cold foods in a relaxed, casual atmosphere.

Beside the counter of Windjammer Cafe


Wonderland is a spectacular restaurant serving dishes that resemble works of art. On Spectrum of the Seas, it’s Wonderland DaDong, with Asian flavours making up these culinary creations.

Elegant tables and chair in wonderland

Bars & Lounges Onboard Wonder of the Seas

There’s no shortage of places to relax and enjoy a drink onboard Wonder of the Seas. You’ll find lots of bars and lounges including outdoor pool bars, cocktail bars and live music venues.

Here are the places you can enjoy a drink on Wonder of the Seas:

Experience some of your favourite drinks made to order by a pair of robotic arms at the Bionic Bar. Just place your order on the screen and the arms will kick into gear, mixing your drink right before you.


Samba and salsa the night away at Boleros, the Latin club with a live six-piece band. As well as late night dancing, you’ll also be able to enjoy some wonderful cocktails here including caipirinhas and mojitos.

The interior of boleros

Cantina Fresca

Found alongside the El Loco Fresh Mexican eating spot, Cantina Fresca is a themed bar serving the freshest cocktails you’ll find anywhere, including a huge range of margaritas, mezcals and tequilas.

The interior of Cantina Fresca

Cask & Clipper

A fun take on a classic British pub, the Cask & Clipper offers guests a cosy place to sit and enjoy a beer or ale during the day. At night, it comes alive with performances from a musician that will have the whole venue joining in.

Diamond Club

The Diamond Club is an exclusive venue for the use of Diamond, Diamond Plus and Pinnacle Club guests only. Here you can enjoy a calm atmosphere with cocktails (complimentary during the early evening) whilst making reservations for the rest of your cruise.

The interior of Diamond Club

English Pub

The English Pub on-board your ship is an ideal place to grab a traditional beer or ale, or sample a UK-themed cocktail such as a James Bond Martini. Pop-up music performances keep the lively atmosphere going throughout the evening.

The English Pub menu

The Attic

The Attic is a cosy night time venue that hosts a wide range of comedy and music performances. It has a sophisticated atmosphere and its own bar where you can grab a drink while enjoying the excellent entertainment.

Inside the Attic

The Lime & Coconut

This vibrant poolside venue offers a range of great signature cocktails including margaritas and tequilas. Live music and DJs will keep the party flowing long into the night.

Dozens of guests spending time at The Lime & Coconut

Rising Tide Bar

Why ride between floors on a boring elevator when you could hop onto the Rising Tide Bar and sip on a refreshing cocktail? The bar moves between floors, taking you from Central Park to the Royal Promenade with drink in hand.

A busy Rising Tide Bar

Schooner Bar

This friendly, relaxing piano bar is the ideal place to unwind at the end of the night. Grab a seat next to the ship’s mast, or next to a porthole and enjoy the view, while the singalong kicks in.

Tables and chairs of Schooner bar

Solarium Bar

Situated in the adults-only Solarium, this pool bar offers a range of beers, wines, chilled tropical drinks and cocktails. Staple drinks here include the Aperol Spritz and the Hennessy Black Bull, made with Kahlua and Coca Cola.

The Solarium Bar

Suite Lounge

Reserved for the exclusive use of guests in a Grand Suite or above, this lounge is the ideal place to unwind away from the crowds. A fantastic wine and spirits menu and stunning views makes this a great spot for a daytime drink or a late-evening nightcap.

Suite Lounge with its overlooking view

Trellis Bar

Pull up a chair at the Trellis Bar, order a classic cocktail and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Central Park gardens. Situated closed to some of the best speciality restaurants, this is a good place for a pre-dinner drink.

Inside the Trellis Bar

Wipe Out Bar

The Wipe Out Bar is, rather aptly, situated near the Flow Rider surfing simulator and it’s a great place to unwind or nurse a bruised ego with a refreshing tropical cocktail. There’s a mix of classics and modern drinks, including Cuba Libres, Dark and Stormys, and Negronis.