After a decade of growth and development in China, Royal Caribbean is once again seeking to redefine cruise holidays in Asia with the debut of its newest ship, Spectrum of the Seas.
Designed and built to deliver an unforgettable experience for all guests, the first in the Quantum Ultra class of ships will boast the line’s first private enclave for suite guests, new stateroom categories, innovative dining concepts, and stunning features and experiences – many of which have never before been seen at sea.
Accommodating 4,246 guests at double occupancy and 1,551 international crew members, Spectrum will be the largest and most expensive ship in Asia when she sails from Shanghai starting in June 2019.
“When Quantum of the Seas made her debut in Shanghai three years ago, it changed the face of cruising in China. Fast forward to today, and we are revealing just how we’ll transform the cruise vacation market, yet again, with the debut of Spectrum of the Seas,” said Michael Bayley, president, Royal Caribbean International.
“The introduction of our highly anticipated Quantum Ultra Class will represent a quantum leap forward in ship design and experiences specifically tailored to Chinese guests.”
Royal Caribbean has released footage of the first Quantum Ultra class ship, Spectrum of the Seas, as she makes her way down the River Ems on her conveyance from the Meyer Werft shipyard to the North Sea.
Ahead of launch, Royal Caribbean has released footage Spectrum as she makes her way down the River Ems on her conveyance from the Meyer Werft shipyard to the North Sea.
Take a look above.