Royal Caribbean officially took delivery of Spectrum of the Seas at the
Meyer Werft Germany, on April 11 - 2019
The ship will be based year-round in China, homeporting in Shanghai from
We have once again combined revolutionary ship design with the latest
technologies to deliver a ship that will redefine the China cruise
market. We are excited for our guests to make amazing family memories."
Spectrum of the Seas is the first of the line's Quantum Ultra-class and
follows the line's Quantum-class vessels, including Quantum of the Seas,
Anthem of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas.
Like Quantum of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas and
Ovation of the Seas, Spectrum has a North Star viewing capsule,
FlowRider surf simulator and a Rip Cord skydiving simulator. A new
feature for the Quantum series is Sky
Pad, a virtual reality bungee trampoline experience.
Royal Caribbean's first Quantum Ultra ship will offer the line's first
private enclave for suite guests, new stateroom categories, innovative
dining concepts and some never-before-seen-at-sea features.
Golden and Silver suite accommodations will be
housed in a private enclave at the forward end of the ship on decks 13
through 16. Vacationers booked in these luxury suites will have keycard
access, a private elevator and a dedicated restaurant and lounge. In
addition to a range of exclusive amenities, guests will have access to
The Balcony, a private outdoor space for sunbathing and relaxing that
offers the best views on board. Also in this suites enclave is The
Boutique, a shopping area where travelers can book private shopping
Among the upper-deck features are Sky
Pad, a virtual reality, bungee trampoline experience the line
has been retrofitting onto select ships; North Star, a glass capsule
that soars more than 91 m. above the ocean; RipCord by iFly, a skydiving
simulator experience; and the FlowRider surfing simulator.SeaPlex, the
largest indoor sports and entertainment complex at sea, offers bumper
cars, roller skating, basketball and new augmented reality walls and
Spectrum of the Seas also has a two-level,
261 m2 Ultimate
Family Suite, accommodating up to 11. The three-bedroom suite
includes a master bedroom with a bathroom that extends over the side of
the ship, along with two additional suites for grandparents and other
Kids have their own kid-friendly space on the upper
level, complete with an in-suite slide that will transport them to the
living area below. Everyone in the family can spend time together in the
recreation room, featuring surround-sound equipment for a night of
karaoke, movies or video games.
Spectrum of the Seas will feature a three-level
main dining room with 1,844 seats to serve a variety of Chinese and
Western a la carte options rotating each day of the sailing. The casual
Windjammer Marketplace-20% larger than those on Quantum-class ships-will
offer a wide buffet selection of Chinese and Western dishes, including
noodles, pizza, Japanese teppanyaki and mini hot pot.
A new specialty restaurant, Sichuan Red, located in
the Royal Esplanade, will serve authentic cuisine from China's Sichuan
province. Royal Caribbean’s popular signature restaurants, including
Wonderland’s Dadong, a new outpost of Chinese chef Dong Zhenxiang,
renowned for his coveted roast duck dish; Jamie’s Italian by British
celebrity chef Jamie Oliver; Izumi Japanese cuisine; and Chops Grille
will join the lineup as well.
In addition, the new Leaf and Bean traditional tea
room and café parlor will debut on the Royal Esplanade. This quaint spot
will offer a range of authentic Chinese teas, classic coffee drinks and
freshly baked Chinese and Western desserts and pastries.
New to Royal Caribbean and first on Spectrum of the
Seas is Star Moment, a lively and energetic karaoke venue where family
and friends can belt out and sing like stars. The cruise line also will
enhance SeaPlex—the largest indoor sports and entertainment complex at
sea where families can enjoy bumper cars, roller skating and
basketball—with new augmented reality walls and floors, providing guests
with thrilling, high-tech interactive experiences.
Spectrum will also reprise the Quantum-class Two70
lounge with its expansive floor-to-ceiling windows offering
breathtaking 270-degree views of the ocean. The venue returns with its
signature Vistarama technology, which transforms the panoramic windows
into a projection surface more than 30,48 m. wide and over 6,1 m. tall,
showcasing spectacular digital shows. Six agile RoboScreens, controlled
by nimble robotic arms, create scenes as they soar and twist solo or as
The ship is fitted with the latest emission control systems and a
'hybrid' scrubber. Highly energy-efficient technical systems, optimized
hydrodynamics, heat recovery and what the shipyard called 'exceedingly
effective' hull coating, together with LED lighting, should provide
considerable energy savings. A diesel/electric pod drive, extensive
alarm and safety systems, interactive communication systems and the
latest stage equipment are other feature.