Venue Accessibility

Not every area of the ship is wheelchair accessible. For instance, in Studio B – because it is actually an ice skating rink – the “floor” area in front of the stage (where the ice has been covered) is not wheelchair accessible. However, seating areas on all three sides of the rink are wheelchair accessible.

Also, ALL guests will be asked to leave the Royal Theatre between shows, including those in wheelchairs or with other special needs. Within the Theatre, as well as on the Pool Deck, there are designated areas for those in wheelchairs.

For those staying in handicap accessible cabins, additional information regarding accessible seating in the venues will be placed in your cabin.



What Passengers Think

We signed up for our first RLC Cruise (VI) 15 months in advance and counted down the days the entire time. I worried myself that it couldn’t possibly meet my own mountain-high expectations after that long wait. It absolutely did. Every band that we saw played at an amazing level (and some of them are over 70!). And they cared. These groups love playing this gig. It shows.

The ship and its crew were wonderful. Food was good. We had great weather. And to top it off, the people are amazing! Such a beautiful, hip, relaxed and respectful gathering of rock fanatics. This is truly my tribe and my vibe.

Can’t make RLC VII unfortunately but we’re just waiting for the announcement for RLC VIII later this year. This cruise is rock’s best kept secret.

Peter, New RLC Patron of Rock Peter, New RLC Patron of Rock

This was our first cruise as well as first RLC. What a blast! NAHA knows how to do it right! Practically non stop music from big named artists to fabulous up and coming musicians, this cruise rocks! I got hooked for Sammy but seeing some of the other artists were also highlights! And everybody we met was very cool! Maybe not for VII, but we will be back in the future!

LeslieG, great experience! LeslieG, great experience!