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Next drydock planned for Quarter 2, 2023




These are the newest deck plans for Explorer of the Seas Deck 10 deck. Cruisedeckplans provides full interactive deck plans for the Explorer of the Seas Deck 10 deck. Just move your mouse over any stateroom and a pop up will appear with detail information, including a full description and floor layout, and a link to pictures and/or videos.



Royal Suite

RS



Owners Suite

OS



Grand Suite

GS



Junior Suite

J3-J4



Superior Balcony

3B-4B

CB



Deluxe Balcony

3D-4D



Interior

2U

4U

1V-2V

3V-4V


The following is a listing of all the cabins we have pictures or videos for on this deck for this ship and also on the sister ships. Click on any highlighted link to view pictures and/or videos (youtube for this cabin = video available). Links for cabins pictures are a membership feature and are limited on the public site


Click links below to view cabin categories details.

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Here are some tips that you should keep in mind when looking for cabins on this deck. There may be other issues that we haven't noted, and if you are aware of any issues we have not listed, please contact us and let us know so that we can add it to the list.

Deck: Deck 10
* Port side and starboard side balcony cabins on this deck are part in hull style (solid metal) and in part glass panels. The metal comes up about 2 feet from the floor and the rest of the railing is glass panels that bend outward at the top
* Cabins with balconies facing the aft will have a large metal structure as part of the shape of the aft of the ship surrounding their cabin. The balconies look down on a metal floor. Aft facing cabins on the side will have better views through the structure. Cabins closer to the middle will feel more enclosed
* In the middle of the ship is a hump. This is where the deck is wider. Cabins on the outer part of the hump are a premium location because you have better views along the side of the ship
* Cabins close to the hump will have their side view from the balcony partially obstructed when looking in the direction of the hump
* There is a small overhang from the pool deck above that will cause some shade on balcony cabins 1570 to 1612 and 1270 to 1312
* There is another small overhang from the deck above that effects cabin 1544 and forward on the port side and cabins 1244 and forward on the starboard side. These overhangs do give some extra protection from rain
* All cabins on this deck are below a public area above, but there hasn't been major complaints of noise from that area.
* Balconies that face aft of ship tend to be warmer than other balconies during cold weather crusing.


The cruise line separates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.

Royal Caribbean has the most complicted and most difficult to understand category coding of all the major cruise lines. Its complicated because some cabins can be classified many different ways, sometimes without rhymn or reason. In some cases they also use the same color to denote two different categories.

They use a number followed by letter to denote the type of cabin. Cabins are ranked from the lowest number first to the highest number and also from the lowest letter first to the highest letter. Therefore a category that begins with 1 is consider a better cabin choice than one that begins with 3. The type of cabin is defined by the letter that appears after the number.

Letter V defines a inside cabin. Letter T defines a promenade view stateroom. A Boardwalk view balcony uses the letters I,J.

Oceanview cabins are defined by letter N. Spacious oceanview cabins by the letter M. Panoramic oceanview cabins are defined with the letters P and L. Letter S defines a boardwalk view cabin.

Spacious balconies are defined by the letter B. Regular balcony cabins use the letter D.

Handicap Cabins on this deck

Category 

J3-J4

 Cabin 1244 Junior Suite


Category 

2U

 Cabin 1301 Interior


Category 

2U

 Cabin 1305 Interior


Category 

4U

 Cabin 1337 Interior


Category 

4U

 Cabin 1535 Interior


Category 

J3-J4

 Cabin 1544 Junior Suite


Category 

4U

 Cabin 1637 Interior



Stateroom door width: 32 to 34 inches, Bathroom door width: 32 to 34 inches, no door sill to get into the stateroom, ramped bathroom thresholds, bathroom grab bars, lowered sink and vanity, roll-in showers, fold-down shower stool, hand-held shower heads, lowered closet bars, refrigerator in stateroom (some upon request), raised toilet seats (standard, 17.5 inches; taller raisers available).

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Explorer of the Seas Cruise Deck Plan Key
# Deck Symbols
Connecting staterooms symbol Connecting staterooms
Four pullman beds symbol Four pullman beds
Handicapped facilities symbol Handicapped facilities
Obstructed view symbol Obstructed view
Sleeps up to 3 symbol Sleeps up to 3
Sleeps up to 4 symbol Sleeps up to 4
Sofa and pullman bed symbol Sofa and pullman bed
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