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Radisson Diamond

Radisson Seven Seas Cruises is in operation from Fort Lauderdale, and the formation of the Line was the result of a merger between Radisson Cruises and Seven Seas Cruises in 1994. The Line is a subsidiary of Carlson Hospitality Worldwide, which is among the biggest corporations in the United States which is under private ownership. Along with the Radisson Diamond ( two hulled ), Seven Seas Mariner, Song of Flower ( left fleet in Oct, 2004 ) Seven Seas Navigator, and Paul Gauguin, the R C C L has mainly small to mid sized ships, that have maintained the perfect balance between spaciousness and intimacy, and the ship is extremely on the roomy side, but is a far cry from the impersonally humungous cruise ships seen with increasing regularity nowadays. R S S C also enjoys a membership with the Guild of Professional English Butlers.

Overview of the Radisson Diamond

Radisson Diamond has a distinctive look, the twin hulled ship has achieved the right state of balance of intimacy as well as amenities as well as spaciousness. The ship remains remarkably stable when at sea, no rocking about. There are one hundred seventy seven ocean – view state rooms, one hundred and twenty three have an excusive balcony. The Grand Dining Room makes for a grand setting for meals. Dress code is smart casuals always, except for when Formal nights are held, when tuxes and gowns are the norm.

Radisson Diamond cruise ship

Radisson Diamond — Quick  Facts and Specification
  • Year at which entered service : 1992
  • Port of Registry : Nassau, the Bahamas
  • Gross Tonnage ( G R T ) : 20, 295 G T
  • Maximum Capacity for passengers : 350
  • No of passenger accessible decks : 12
  • Crew and staff members : 206
  • Nationality of officers : European, International
  • Nationality of Cruise and Hotel Staff members : International
  • Destinations traveled : Caribbean, Mediterranean
Tips and Gratuities

Tips and gratuities are added to the fare you pay for the cruise, so you do not need to tip at all when you sail.

Ship Features

Windows Lounge allows for unrestricted views of the ocean from huge glass windows that extend to over two decks in height, and this makes for a scenic location to lounge and have tea at.


Close to seventy per cent of the state rooms have exclusive balconies, and the rest have substantial windows. All state rooms have a sitting room where you can dine privately. The room with the smallest area measures at two hundred fourty three sq ft, and the Master suites, with the highest area, go upto four hundred eighty six to five hundred and twenty two sq ft.

The Specialties of Radisson Diamond
  • Berlitz Guide to Cruising gave the ship a Five Star Rating
  • Distinctive Twin – Hull Design
  • DiningRoomy, Ocean view State rooms
  • Open, Single Seating Dining
  • Flexible Dining available
  • Room Service can be availed for 24 hours
  • Casinos
  • Fully equipped Spas and Fitness Centers
  • Jacuzzis, Outdoor Pools and Splash Bars
  • Marina Platform from where one can wind surf, sail fish, sail and enjoy other water sports. ( if weather and sea is suitable )
  • Library / Video
  • Communications System ( World wide Tele phone Dial, Telex and Fax machines – receive or send)

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