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Registered Owner: Brilliance of the Seas Shpg. - USA - Operator: Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines - USA.

Entered service: 2002 – Refit:2013 -  Gross tonnage: 90.090 - Pass. lower beds: 2188 - All berths: 2500 - Passenger decks: 12 -Length: 293,20 m. - Beam: 32,20 m. - Drive: COGES system a combined gas/steam turbine with integrated electric propulsion system - 2 GE gasturbine type LM 2500 of 25 MW each and 1 Fincantieri steamturbine of 7,8 MW for on board electric system - Propulsion: 2 ABB Azimuthing pods - power each 19.5 MW  Service speed 24 knots -  Max. speed 25 knots -  Built: Meyer Werft - Germany - Yard no. 656 - Flag: Bahamas - Classification: DNV/GL

Sisterships: Radiance of the Seas (2001) - Serenade of the Seas (2003 ) - Jewel of the Seas (2004)

Oct 15 - 2009 A Mediterranean storm blew out three stateroom windows and caused damage to 26 staterooms delaying the ship's next cruise from Barcelona this week.
Dec. 12 - 2010 Last week Brilliance of the Seas was hit by rough weather of the coast of Egypt in what the line called a serious incident. According to Royal Caribbean, while approaching Alexandria, the Brilliance encountered extreme wind and sea conditions, resulting in severe ship movement.  There was damage to the ship’s interior, forcing the closing of three public rooms for the rest of the cruise, and loss of electricity in some staterooms, but no impact on operating systems or the powerplant. The ship did not call in Alexandria and instead went to the next port of call, Malta, and will conclude the cruise in Barcelona as planned
May 14 - 2013 A three week, $30m drydock in Cadiz, Spain with a host of new dining concepts, entertainment options, carpets and soft furnishings throughout. The atrium of Brilliance of the Seas has also been reconfigured and transformed into a chic airy space,
    Passenger Space Ratio all berths 36


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