Wonder Of The Seas deck plan review on Cruise Mapper provides the latest cruise deck plans (valid ship plans for 2023-2024-2025) taken from the deck plans PDF (printable version) officially published by Royal Caribbean.
Each Wonder Of The Seas cruise ship deck plan is conveniently combined with a legend (with cabin codes) and a detailed overview of all deck positions and interior and exterior areas accessible to passengers.
A separate link provides detailed information on Wonder Of The Sea’s cabins (cabins and suites), including photos, cabin maps, and amenities by room type and category.
The Wonder of the Seas (built 2022) is the third of four identically designed (new Oasis Plus class) RCI Royal Caribbean cruise ships – joining sister ships Harmony OTS (2016), Symphony OTS (2018), and Utopia OTS (2024). . ).
Royal Caribbean’s Wonder Ship is currently the largest cruise ship in the world in terms of GT tonnage/volume.
Please note: Cruise Mappers Wonder OTS deck plans are valid for 2023-2024-2025 (through April 18).
The following aerial photo shows an Oasis-class ship (viewed from above).
Royal Caribbean Oasis-class cruise ship
The deck plan of the cruise ship Wonder of the Seas shows a total of 2,874 cabins for 5,734 passengers (maximum capacity is 6,988), served by 2,400 crew members.
The boat has 17 decks (16 accessible to passengers, 11 with cabins), 26 lounges and bars, 9 deck-height zip lines, 2 climbing walls, 1 Flow Rider, and 19 pools. (including 4 pools, plus 1 for children), 9 outdoor hot tubs (hot tubs, including 2 cantilevers).
A total of 24 lifts (12x front + 12x rear) provide access to deck 16, while decks 17 and 18 are accessible via 6 lifts. Two escalators (1x front + 1x rear) connect decks 2-3.
(NEW) Unique onboard features
The RCI Wonder ship has several unique features not currently available on the other Oasis-class ships.
“Ultimate Family Suite” (new stateroom/loft suite) with exclusive slide from children’s room (top floor) to living room (bottom floor),
LEGO wall to floor, air hockey table, separate TV room (3D movies, popcorn) machine, media library, video game consoles with games), large surrounding balcony (20 m2, equipped with bumper pool table, small climbing wall, large hot tub).
Hooked Seafood – a New England-style seafood restaurant open for lunch and dinner in the Solarium Complex (off Pool Deck 15), offers fresh seafood and also has a raw bar where raw oysters can be ordered. El Loco Fresh is a new Mexican restaurant (capacity of over 100 seats) with freshly prepared favorites. It is located in the Sports Zone (Pool Deck 15) and replaces “Mini Bites” (the food bar at Harmony OTS).
Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade has 12 large televisions for watching live sporting events, as well as a video game area with slot machines.
The sports bar/arcade is on deck 6 (Boardwalk). It spans the entire area and replaces Sabor Mexican and Starbucks (on Harmony OTS). Starbucks has moved to Deck 5 (Royal Promenade), but this specialty coffee shop is not available on European cruise lines.
Sugar Beach Candy and Ice Cream is a premium candy shop located on Deck 6 (Promenade). The shop has colorful walls full of sweets, premium ice cream, and a wide range of toppings and also offers family-friendly activities and workshops.
Sugar Beach replaced Johnny Rockets (fast food bar). Laser Tag Arena (experience available in the “Studio B” complex on Deck 3) features glow-in-the-dark laser tag games with world-class special effects.
“Escape Room” (submarine-themed, located on Boardwalk Deck 6) offers a puzzling team-play experience. The Mason Jar (adjacent to Windjammer/Deck 15 aft) is a first-class specialty restaurant (à la carte menu) featuring specialties from South American cuisine (comfort food, barbecue, salads, sides, burgers, sandwiches, pies, drinks), live music.
The list of new show productions Royal Caribbean has developed exclusively for OASIS Plus liners includes:
“1977” (at Studio B / Ice Rink Theatre) – on the theme of time travel and dimensional hopping, using video projection technology developed by Panasonic “Flight” (at the Royal Theatre) – on the subject of aviation history “Hairspray” (at the Royal Theatre) – Theme for the Broadway musical “Hiro” (in the Aqua Theatre) – is themed around heroic battles, with high-altitude acrobatics, diving, and extreme sports stunts. Tire divisions
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Wonder of the Seas Cruise Ship Review. Share this message: Share on Facebook Share on Twitter) Share on Pinterest This 236,000+ gross ton ship set sail earlier this month and we were aboard the inaugural Wonder of the Seas cruise. Is bigger better? Well, we share our honest opinion on all aspects of this new ship in our exclusive Wonder of the Seas cruise ship review report.
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Since we were Royal Caribbean guests on this trip, we received our cruise reservation quite late. So the earliest available boarding time was 1:30 pm.
We knew it would be busy on this first cruise, so we decided to arrive at the port early. Luckily we were able to start checking in right away. At Terminal 18, the transition from screening to security to check-in was smooth and the whole process took about 20 minutes.
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The disembarkation process was even easier. About 45 minutes after the ship cleared, we checked out ourselves. We lugged our luggage to the Royal Promenade, passed the ship security and border police, and arrived at the shared ride area in about 25 minutes.
The Wonder of the Seas is a huge ship. Therefore, both aft and forward gangways were available in all ports of call. The few times we left the ship in port the process was quick and efficient.