CHILDREN AND OTHER
SHOPS The Royal Promenade is
home to a seriews of duty free shops,
which offer, inter alia, fashion
apparel, jewelry, perfume and
cosmetics, liquor and logo items.
CHILDREN AND TEENS
Above: The Library overlooks the
aft centrum on Deck 7.
Left: Royal Caribbean Online,
the ship's Internet cafe, has a well
that looks down upon the Library one
Above left: The Photo Gallery sells photos taken by the ship's photographers, cameras, and camera accessories. The staff also
give classes on photography.
Above right: The Art Gallery offers works of art for sale and conducts onboard auctions.
Above left: Guests can renew vows in the Wedding Chapel. It can also be rented for weddings.
Above right: The Diamond Club is a lounge for guests staying in the ship's suites and for guests who are in the upper tiers
of Royal Caribbean's loyalty program, the Crown and Anchor Society.
Two multi-purose rooms located in the Viking Crown area are Cloud Nine (left) and Seven Hearts (right). They are frequently
used for cards and board games. Also, since they are near the Wedding Chapel, they are convenient sposts for post-ceremony
For groups traveling on
Independence, there is a large
Conference Center on Deck 2
that can be used for meetings, classes
The Sea Trek Dive Shop (below
left and below) offers items for
snorkeling and scuba diving during
Also on the Royal Promenade is
Clean Shave, a traditional barber
The facilities become more
mature for the older groups.
Left and rigfht: The area for
Navigators, ages 12-14.
Below left: Fuel, the social
club for Guests, ages 15-17.
There is also a Video
Arcade open to all.
Left and right: Voyagers, ages 9-11, have a
large area that includes video screens,
computers and table games.
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