SERENADE OF THE SEAS
Serenade of the Seas was built in Papenburg, Germany in 2003.
Captain: Tor Olsen, Norway
Cruise Director: Carly Boileau, Whales, UK
Concierge: Mario Reyes
Seradade has space for 2490 passengers and is operated by 980 crew members.
The ship is 293 m long, 32.3 m wide - weighs 90,090 tonnes - twice the weight of Titanic.
She has 10 restaurants and cafes: Reflections is the main restaurant; Windjammer Café (buffet); Izumi (Japanese); Giovanni's Table (Italian); Chops Grille Steakhouse; Rita's Cantina (Mexican); Park Cafe; Chef's Table; Latte'tudes (coffee shop); and 24-hour 'room service'.
Serenade of the seas is a Radiance class Shop , which includes Jewel of the Seas, Brilliance of the Seas and Radiance of the Seas. The Serenade of the Seas sails the Caribbean, departing from its home port of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, during the winter months. During the summer months, Serenade of the Seas sails the Baltic Sea and Norwegian Fjords leaving from the home ports of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tour of the Ship:
We did have two cabins:
E2-8538 Deluxe Ocean view Strm w/Balcony
H-4582 Large Ocean View Stateroom.
Both at the beginning of the hallway - close to stairs and elevators - 4582 in a short hallway was located close to Centrum and 8538 close to forward stairs/elevators.
I did expect noise from Centrum in cabin 4582 - there was a door between Centrum and the hallway - and absolutely no noise from Centrum activities!
Both Bathrooms did have sliding shower cabin doors.
Videos form the cabins:
Both for breakfast and lunch there are many different dishes to choose from - also many cakes / desserts!
Below some pictures of the offerings.
In the Reflection Restaurant there is a menu card every day, where you can choose from a variety of dishes. We had a 3 course menu each evening.
Some pictures from serenade of the Seas