Spectrum of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s first introduction to the new Quantum Ultra class, expanding on the existing Quantum class of cruise ships. Spectrum of the Seas is the first of the bigger, better and bolder generation and will be based in Asia and the South Pacific from Spring 2019 onwards. Destinations featuring on the itineraries include Niigita and Hakodate in Japan, Vladivostok in Russia, and Ilcos in the Phillippines.
The Quantum Class of ships are nicknamed the ‘WOW Ships’ due to how much there is to keep their passengers entertained while at sea. Spectrum of the Seas is no different and will keep her 4200 passengers amused with a range of both classic and ground-breaking Royal Caribbean features such as high-speed Wi-Fi, a Bionic Bar manned by robots, the North Star observation lift and the brand new All-Suite complex. This area of the ship is exclusively for suite guests, complete with key-pass and private restaurant and pool.
The team at Royal Caribbean have opted to use this new Quantum Ultra Class vessel as the venue for their brand new private suite concept. This Golden and Silver suite level accommodation comprises a private space at the forward end of the ship, across decks 13 to 16, which can only be accessed with a key card. Here guests will enjoy a private lounge and restaurant, The Balcony for sunbathing, and The Boutique for private shopping experiences.
Other accommodation includes a range of stateroom categories, as well as two Ultimate Family Suites which can cater for up to 11 guests.
Food on onboard the ship will feature a mix of Asian and Western dishes, with the main restaurant, and more casual Windjammer Marketplace buffet serving everything from pizzas to Chinese hot pots. Speciality restaurants will include:
An authentic traditional Asian tea room will also feature on Spectrum of the Seas; the Leaf and Bean. Here you can indulge in some tasty cakes and pastries as well as sampling some Chinese teas and coffee.
There’s so much to do onboard Spectrum of the Seas that you might even be disappointed when you have to leave to go on a land excursion! With a host of shows, entertainment areas, and fun-filled activities for all the family, you’ll struggle to pack it all in.
An innovative venue known as Two70 will also be onboard. This is a space which uses Vistarama technology to project a range of digital shows on panoramic windows.
It’s not all fun, games and partying on Spectrum of the
Seas. If you want to keep in shape during your cruise of a lifetime, there is
no shortage of places to keep fit and recover afterwards.
As Royal Caribbean are renowned for, on Spectrum of the
Seas, the ship is the destination. Walking through Spectrum you really will
forget your floating on a giant cruise ship. Here are the main delights that
wait for you onboard Spectrum.
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