Welcome to Royal Caribbean’s Sovereign of the Seas… …oh wait, Pullmantur’s Sovereign The centrum is at the heart of the ship and is home to the onboard shops,
and general facilities like guest services and the library. Staterooms aboard Sovereign are nothing to get excited about They are very small and lack
character. At least the beds are comfortable though. Sovereign has two main restaurants. The food is delicious and the menu offers plenty to
choose from, including my personal favourites, the chicken soup and the chocolate tart! The buffet is very spacious and offers stunning views out to sea. The daily paella dish is
always popular. Serving Asian cuisine on the high seas, Wú
is Sovereign’s main speciality restaurant. Dishes are priced individually and range from
€5 up to €10. Set menus cost €20 or €25. A cruise ship dedicated to the Spanish market isn’t quite complete without serving tapas.
With affordable pricing ranging from just €1 to €3, selections include meatballs,
chicken wings, roasted octopus and Spanish omelette. Welcome to Rendez-Vous. This is a great place to come and have an evening dance and learn some moves as well. The nautical-themed Spinnaker Bar is one of my favourite venues onboard. This is 360 Bar & Lounge aboard Pullmantur’s Sovereign. and this is a perfect place to come, sit down, and enjoy a drink with impressive views over the sea. The beautiful Broadway Show Lounge is the main entertainment venue aboard Pullmantur’s
Sovereign, and is home to the lively production shows put on by the Sovereign show team. If you enjoy dancing to popular music, then the retro neon-pink Zoom Disco is the place to be at night onboard Pullmantur’s Sovereign! On top deck, you can soar to new heights on
the rock climbing wall, have a game of tennis, or relax in one of Sovereign’s pools. Sovereign is a stunning vessel and if you’d like to find out more about the ship, and life onboard visit our website, CRUISECAPITAL.CO.UK, for an in-depth ship review.