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29 minutes ago, Tall-Cruiser said:

@Lloyd555 Thanks for sharing the GS photos. Is it my imagination or does this GS appear smaller than the ones on other Oasis and Quantum Class ships?

It looks smaller to me too. The layout is different and this is an obstructed balcony. Looks not too much bigger than a JS.  Will be interesting to see more pics.

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31 minutes ago, Tall-Cruiser said:

@Lloyd555 Thanks for sharing the GS photos. Is it my imagination or does this GS appear smaller than the ones on other Oasis and Quantum Class ships?

 

People in the FB group seem to think so.

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2 hours ago, Lloyd555 said:

 

People in the FB group seem to think so.

 

2 hours ago, barbeyg said:

It looks smaller to me too. The layout is different and this is an obstructed balcony. Looks not too much bigger than a JS.  Will be interesting to see more pics.

 

Yeah I think1700 and 1750 will have that "obstruction". With the bed and living area all in one (and seeing the closet and bathroom), it does look more like a JS. Long like the new JS on Adventure and Mariner, JS 1106 as an example. Also while the balcony furniture looks good, it appears that the chairs do no recline. 

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44 minutes ago, Cel_cruise said:

Saw this on YouTube snd don’t think it’s been posted yet - but this guy seems to be part of the entertainment crew and there is a quick view of a balcony cabin…

 

 

He had a tour of his cabin 11664 on TikTok  that seems to have been removed.  Here it is...

 

 

 

 

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On 4/22/2021 at 3:33 AM, Lloyd555 said:

 

I assume it's this in the starboard corner of the sun deck.

 

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I guess the Lime & Coconut has some pools to hang-out in? The app deck plan shows plunge pools on both sides of the Lime & Coconut mid-ship deck 16.

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On 2/4/2022 at 4:43 PM, Tall-Cruiser said:

 

 

Yeah I think1700 and 1750 will have that "obstruction". With the bed and living area all in one (and seeing the closet and bathroom), it does look more like a JS. Long like the new JS on Adventure and Mariner, JS 1106 as an example. Also while the balcony furniture looks good, it appears that the chairs do no recline. 

 

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On 2/4/2022 at 4:43 PM, Tall-Cruiser said:

 Also while the balcony furniture looks good, it appears that the chairs do no recline. 

 

21 minutes ago, John&LaLa said:

What the heck is wrong with the people running this company? You spend extra for a balcony but can't even recline and take a nice nap out there. If you can't get something so simple right then what happens with the hard stuff?🤔😏

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There are 2 plunge pools located on deck 16, starboard and port.  I don't see any jets so they're unlikely to be hot tubs.  They appear to be small though, slightly cantilevered and have a viewing window so everyone below can see what's going on below the water surface.:classic_huh:

 

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3 hours ago, The Grumpus said:

There are 2 plunge pools located on deck 16, starboard and port.  I don't see any jets so they're unlikely to be hot tubs.  They appear to be small though, slightly cantilevered and have a viewing window so everyone below can see what's going on below the water surface.:classic_huh:

 

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A glimp6of them in this video.

 

 

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Royal Caribbean has recently announced the entertainment lineup on their brand new addition in the fleet, Wonder of the Seas! But not everything will be available at launch. Royal Caribbean shared that there will be more than 100 world-class performers and technicians onboard across all entertainment venues. Here is the full entertainment lineup:

AquaTheatre - an Oasis Class Exclusive

The AquaTheatre, located at the back of every Oasis Class vessel, features two 10-meter high platforms with the deepest freshwater pool at sea equipped with hydraulic-powered floors that serves as podiums for high-diving and hair-raising aerobatics that is unique to Royal Caribbean. 
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And on Wonder of the Seas, “inTENse”, featuring a mighty, all-female cast will dial up the energy and intensity in the one-of-a-kind high octane show displaying athleticism as the epic cast members performs Olympic-level dives from 55 feet, while completing aerial acrobatics along with lighting and sound to create a fully immersive experience!

Studio B - Ice Skating Rink at Sea

While it is an Ice Skating Rink for guests to enjoy during the day, the Studio B transforms into an entertainment venue in the evening. On Wonder, it will be showing “365: The Seasons on Ice”, telling a unique story of earth’s changing seasons told through artistic movements of champion ice skaters.

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Cast members will embody the flow of time as their every move is accentuated by innovative projection mapping, colourful lighting and images and sound, transforming the venue from one season to the next.

Royal Theatre - The Innovative Classic

At the Royal Theatre, guests get to experience Royal Caribbean Production Shows and Headliner Shows (invited performers) during their cruise vacation. There usually is a Broadway Show featured onboard, however, we understand that Wonder of the Seas would not feature one. Instead, two full production shows are onboard for vacationers.
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“Voices: An Intimate Performance on a Grand Scale” features the modern world of virtual communication while fusing it with the evocative power of live performances in an all-new style of musical production. It will be the Royal Theatre’s bespoke show, featuring a wondrous medley of music, signing and dancing, underscoring the unifying power of performance art. This show will be ready at launch.

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A second show, debuting later this year, would be the continuation of “Effectors” currently showing aboard Spectrum of the Seas and Odyssey of the Seas. “The Effectors II: Crash ‘n’ Burn”, will feature Royal Caribbean’s very own superheroes returning in exhilarating, high-tech battles with their arch nemesis Crash, and his new sidekick Burn. They will use their superpowers, together with artistic talents, performance skills and unlimited power of creativity to save the planet. This latest instalment of Effectors is bigger and bolder, and will feature trailblazing applications of autonomous technology, pioneered by Royal Caribbean.

More Entertainment Available

Wonder of the Seas will feature a robust slate of live music around the ship to create the ultimate vacation soundtrack both day and night.

  • Live country music brings together the wholesome, southern hospitality experience at The Mason Jar Southern Restaurant & Bar. The homey tunes are served up with brunch, dinner and late-night menus of southern staples and a collection of bourbon and American whiskeys.

  • Vacation vibes are unmatched on Wonder’s vibrant pool deck, where guests can kick back, enjoy the pools, sip cocktails from The Lime & Coconut and groove to live Caribbean music, DJs and surprise performances throughout the day.

  • Music Hall offers live performances every night for vacationers to rock out with a tribute band, keep it mellow with a jazz ensemble or dance like no one is watching with the Royal Caribbean house band.

  • A Royal Caribbean fan-favourite, the Stowaway Piano roving piano player plays their own twist on classic tunes wherever the piano can roll.

  • Boleros heats things up with its Latin flavour, thanks to a six-piece band playing salsa, cumbia, merengue, samba and more.

  • The English pub, Cask & Clipper, serves ales on tap alongside a steady stream of acoustic performances for a truly authentic experience.

  • Accompanying an extensive menu of classic and signature cocktails, piano performers set the tone in the signature Schooner Bar.

Wonder of the Seas will set sail from Fort Lauderdale on March 4, 2022, before heading to the Mediterranean from May to October this year, calling Barcelona, Spain and Rome home. The Singapore Cruise Society will be covering her inaugural season soon. Stay tuned for more!

 

Wonder of the Seas: Full Entertainment Lineup! — Singapore Cruise Society (sgcruisesociety.com)

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On 2/9/2022 at 9:01 PM, Ocean Boy said:

 

What the heck is wrong with the people running this company? You spend extra for a balcony but can't even recline and take a nice nap out there. If you can't get something so simple right then what happens with the hard stuff?🤔😏

I often wonder if it is on purpose so that you won't sleep out there at night?

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