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Built with the active traveler in mind, the Explorer of the Seas features everything from a rock-climbing wall perched 200 feet above the ocean to a nine-hole, small-scale golf course. An ice skating rink and a separate in-line skate track, both with complimentary skate rentals, will provide a high seas adventure like no other. There's a golf bar, a sports bar, and even an aquarium bar. Dine in style in the beautiful three-tier main dining room, or go casual at the Island Grill. You can even try the onboard Johnny Rockets. All this is yours on a state-of-the-art vessel over three football fields long.
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Explorer of the Seas has 1557 cabins and 25 cabin categories.
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The breakfast in the dining room was excellent. We went there the last 2 days...wish we had done it sooner.
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