Brilliance Of The Seas

During summer, Brilliance sails in Europe and will dock at Civitavecchia Port

The Brilliance of the Seas started sailing in 2002. It is the 2nd Radiance-class Royal Caribbean ship, together with Jewel, Serenade and Radiance. The ship cost USD 350 million to build and was last refurbished (drydock) in 2013.

This cruise ship has 1075 cabins. Thanks to the open spaces and the numerous and large windows present, more than on any other cruise ship, Brilliance of the Seas, gives you breathtaking views, also more than half of the cabins is with sea views or balconies. It seems to be on board a super yacht thanks to the furnishings and sophisticated fabrics, you will be surrounded by works of contemporary art and sculptures. Spectacular is the Centrum, nine bridges with vaulted ceilings and glass lifts with panoramic sea views.

Passengers-to-space ratio.
It has between 2150 to 2580 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Brilliance OTS has a space ratio of 34.9 .

Crew.
The ship has 858 crew members on board. There are 3 passengers for every crew member on board.

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