Radiance Hits Miami

March 21, 2001
Speaking of new ships -- and keeping Florida's south coast quite busy – Royal Caribbean's Radiance hit Miami shores today. The 2,100-passenger, 90,090-ton ship - yeah, we know, you already know about the self leveling pool table -- not only offers Internet access from every passenger cabin but every crew cabin as well. Radiance is also Royal Caribbean's first with vibration-free, smokeless GE gas turbine engines – which cuts exhaust emissions up to 98 percent and should make the ship, which will sail Alaskan itineraries this summer, popular amongst the state's tough-on-cruise-ship-pollution governor Tony Knowles.
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