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Radiance of the Seas arrives
The <i>Radiance of the Seas</i> has undergone a massive multi-million dollar makeover.

Radiance of the Seas arrives

AEST 00:00, Tue Oct 11 2011
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Australasia's newest cruise liner, the Radiance of the Seas, arrived in Auckland this morning - signalling the start of the 2011/12 cruise season.


The massive 90,000-tonne ship will be based in Sydney until April next year to cater for the huge cruising market in New Zealand and Australia.


The liner has undergone a multi-million dollar makeover and now offers guests a range of amenities from 12 dining options, a spa and fitness centre, basketball, mini golf, a cinema, kids' swimming area with waterslide, rock climbing, casino and theatre.


This massive ship holds 2100 passengers and 860 crew. We take a look at some of the highlights onboard.


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