The Radiance class cruise ship was built in 2001 with a total passenger capacity of 2501 passengers and a cruising speed of 25 Knots.
Tonnage: 90’090 | Length:292 m | Beam:39.8 m | Draft:8.5 m | Depth:11.5 m | Decks:12 decks
Fitness & Relaxation
Entertainment & Leisure
Staterooms & Suites
Our staterooms are an alluring escape from the non-stop action our cruise ships are known for. From our spectacular views to our deluxe amenities, a stay with us is like nothing at sea.
Our interior stateroom include a wide array of amenities for you to enjoy.
Savor the seaside and snapshot of landscapes from shore to shore.
Claim your slice of paradise with balcony views just outside your door.
Enjoy extra space, many amenities and breathtaking views.
Adjust to the Tropics
If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind ways to experience distinct cultures, savor exotic flavors and soak up views that’ll give even the most seasoned travelers wanderlust, this is the cruise ship for you. From pedaling through Amsterdam on a summer cruise through Europe, to exploring colorful coral reefs off the coast of Roatan on a winter cruise through the Western Caribbean, Brilliance of the Seas offers year-round adventures for every kind of explorer.
No matter what sailing you choose , every port you visit is a show stopper. Fortunately, the ship offers endless opportunities to scope out the scenery and appreciate the sights — whether you’re rocking out forty feet above deck on the rock-climbing wall or hanging out in one of the Solarium’s serene whirlpools.
A JOURNEY FOR YOUR TASTEBUDS
SIPS BETWEEN SIGHTS
Sailing from Seychelles
Sail from the Sunshine State to an island state of mind onboard Brilliance of the Seas®. This fleet favorite offers unforgettable itineraries out of vibrant Tampa to sun-soaked shores like Nassau, Key West, Cozumel and our private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay. Let the memory making begin.
Mother Nature was unbelievably generous with the Seychelles, a fabled paradise whose islands lie scattered across the Indian Ocean. Spellbinding beaches are the main attraction, and what beaches! Exquisite ribbons of sand lapped by turquoise waters and backed by lush hills, palm trees and Dali-esque boulders. Beyond the beach, diving and snorkelling are brilliant in the warm waters amid abundant marine life, while few places on the planet do ocean-side luxury quite like the Seychelles. Mahé is the largest island and entry point to the Seychelles, with some fabulous resorts, restaurants and beaches, not to mention the small capital city of Victoria. But it’s also the busiest island, with glorious Praslin and La Digue a short boat ride away. Even further out, there are real lost-world islands to be found.