Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas debuting 2019

Taking luxury cruising to new heights, the mega-liner will have many never-seen-before features, making her the newest, largest and most expensive ship in Asia

Royal Caribbean, Spectrum of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas is set to make her highly anticipated debut in April 2019, when she embarks on a 51-day global odyssey from Barcelona, Spain to her new home in Shanghai.

Taking luxury cruising to new heights, the mega-liner will have many never-seen-before features, making her the newest, largest and most expensive ship in Asia.

Royal Caribbean, Spectrum of the Seas

Transforming the face of cruising yet again, the newest addition to the Royal Caribbean family will be the most luxurious yet, with the first ever private enclave for Suite guests. The lavish and exclusive experience provided to guests in Golden and Silver suite accommodation will include private elevators and access to VIP-only areas such as The Balcony, a private outdoor space for sunbathing and relaxing, and The Boutique, a shopping area that offers private shopping experiences. Suite guests will also be able to spend time in the reserved restaurant and lounge.

Families will be exceptionally catered to with the new Ultimate Family Suite that features three bedrooms and caters up to 11 guests, with the option to add on additional interconnecting suites for extended family. The kids will go wild for the in-suite slide that will take them from their designated floor straight down into the living room. The Family Suite also has a private recreation room for gaming and karaoke!

Royal Caribbean, Spectrum of the Seas

As for onboard entertainment, guests will be able to enjoy never before seen experiences like the Iconic Sky Pad that is a bungee trampoline experience paired with a virtual reality headset. There will also be an onboard skydiving simulator, a surfing simulator and a Karaoke venue. The ship will feature a return of the signature Vistoram technology that will offer 100-foot-wide and 20-foot-tall crystal clear panoramic views by day and will transform into an immersive projection screen showcasing spectacular digital shows by night.

Royal Caribbean, Spectrum of the Seas

The three-level main dining room promises different a la carte menu options each night. If you fancy something special, a tantalising selection of international dining options will be on offer, including Sichuan Red, Jamie’s Italian, Wonderland’s Dadong, Izumi and Chops Grille. Leaf and Bean are also on hand to provide cruisers with an afternoon treat alongside a range of tea and coffee selections.

Following her maiden voyage, Spectrum of the Seas will offer 27 itineraries with 23 destinations including weekend sails and holiday and festival sailing.

royalcaribbean.com.au

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