Cruise & Ferry Interiors 2022

4 8 FEATURE AquaTheater – Wonder of the Seas Royal Caribbean International has spared no expense on developing entertainment offerings onboard newest fleet member Wonder of the Seas, which is currently the largest cruise ship in the world with accommodation for 6,988 passengers. The open-air amphitheatre, AquaTheater, is located at the stern of the ship with the deepest at-sea pool at its centre. The area hosts Olympiclevel diving performances and aerial acrobatics as part of the vessel’s ‘inTENse’ production, as well as ice-skating, superhero-battling and musical theatre productions. Guests can watch the water-themed show from either the tiered seating or from the balconies, which span six decks. Lights and music will be used to further enhance the unique performances on offer. Wonder of the Seas began its maiden season on 8 May 2022, offering seven-night cruises from Barcelona, Spain, and Rome, Italy. The class of 2022 With new ships launching at such a phenomenal rate it’s hard to keep up with the latest output of the creative powerhouses that shape the onboard experience. In this photographic feature, Alice Chambers highlights a series of interior spaces that are sure to appeal to passengers onboard some of the cruise ships and ferries debuting this year Photo: Royal Caribbean