Spectrum Of The Seas Review and Specifications
Specifications of Spectrum Of The Seas
|Year built||2019 new ship|
|Builder||Meyer Werft (Papenburg, Germany)|
|Building cost||EUR 700 million (USD 950 million)|
|Owner||Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd|
Review of Spectrum Of The Seas
Royal Caribbean marked the official start of construction by cutting the first steel for its newest Quantum Ultra ship at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The next engineering marvel in the cruise line’s line-up will be named Spectrum of the Seas.
Set to debut in 2019, she will be the next evolution of Royal Caribbean’s high-tech Quantum class of vessels placing the ship in a brand new class of her own.
The Quantum Ultra ship will be specifically designed for guests in China and Asia-Pacific region, and will boast cutting-edge and unprecedented amenities.
Royal Caribbean has not yet revealed whether the newbuild will be larger than the 3 existing Quantum Class ships of the line. But it said in a press release that the Spectrum of the Seas ship would represent an evolution of the class.
Spectrum Of The Seas wiki
- On June 24, 2017, Royal Caribbean filed a trademark with the US Patent and Trademark Office for the ship name "Spectrum of the Seas". In September 2014, RCCL trademarked "Spectrum of the Seas", but the trademark was abandoned on September 14, 2015.
- As of 2017, RCI has 6 ships on order (under construction).
- On October 17, 2016, RCCL filed a trademark application with the US Patent and Trademark Office for the cruise ship name "Icon of the Seas". RCI previously announced the order of two vessels for the new Icon-class of ships (LNG-powered, with fuel cell technology).
- The ship names "Apex of the Seas" (serial number 87507244) and "Joy of the Seas" (serial number 87507232) were trademarked on June 27, 2017. Both names were previously registered on September 14, 2014, but abandoned a year later (September 14, 2015).