Be advised: Splendour of the Seas is no longer part of the Royal Caribbean fleet. In June 2016, the ship relaunched with the U.K. line Thomson Cruises as TUI Discovery.
At just 867 feet in length, Splendour of the Seas is smaller than most of her Vision-class fleetmates — and that’s just how guests like it. With a passenger capacity of 1,830, this ship feels surprisingly roomy. She also houses some unexpected features for a vessel her size, such as an indoor swimming pool topped by a retractable glass magrodome and a two-story dining room flanked by rows of floor-to-ceiling windows.