Explorer of the Seas

Current Status Updated 18m ago

Arriving Sunday at 5:15am (Berthing at Western Docks)

Tracking

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Future Visits

Arriving Departing Terminal
Sunday 23rd June 2019 5:15am Sunday 23rd June 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Sunday 7th July 2019 5:15am Sunday 7th July 2019 4:00pm City Cruise Terminal
Sunday 21st July 2019 5:15am Sunday 21st July 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Sunday 4th August 2019 5:15am Sunday 4th August 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Sunday 18th August 2019 5:15am Sunday 18th August 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Saturday 31st August 2019 5:15am Saturday 31st August 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Friday 13th September 2019 5:15am Friday 13th September 2019 5:00pm City Cruise Terminal
Saturday 21st September 2019 5:15am Saturday 21st September 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Saturday 5th October 2019 5:15am Saturday 5th October 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Friday 11th October 2019 5:15am Friday 11th October 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Monday 14th October 2019 5:15am Monday 14th October 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Friday 18th October 2019 5:15am Friday 18th October 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Sunday 20th October 2019 5:15am Sunday 20th October 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal
Friday 25th October 2019 5:15am Friday 25th October 2019 6:00pm City Cruise Terminal
Tuesday 5th November 2019 5:15am Tuesday 5th November 2019 4:30pm City Cruise Terminal

About

MS Explorer of the Seas is a Voyager-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International, completed in 2000. She can accommodate over 3,000 guests, including scientists making use of a built-in atmospheric and oceanographic laboratory operated by the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. (The manned lab with its attendant educational and outreach programs for passengers was discontinued in 2007. An automated system for gathering data was installed in 2008.) At launch, Explorer of the Seas had a tonnage of 137,308 GT, beating out her sister ship Voyager of the Seas by 32 GT and making her the world's largest passenger ship. She held that record until being overtaken by Navigator of the Seas in 2002. In early 2015, Explorer of the Seas r

Vital Statistics

Length 311m
Beam 39m
Draft 8m
Tonnage 9,000 DWT
Decks 15
Capacity 4,029
Crew 1,180
Top Speed 23.7 kts (27.3 mph)
MMSI 311316000
IMO 9161728
Call Sign C6SE4
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