Wonder Of The Seas accidents and incidents
362 m / 1188 ft
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- 2021 - delayed delivery (due to Coronavirus)
|18 July 2020||Structural and Technical Issues|
On July 18, 2020, the shipowner Royal Caribbean Group (via its subsidiary Royal Caribbean Cruises Asia) announced that due to delayed delivery from the shipbuilder, Wonder OTS' China debut (planned for 2021-Q2) is postponed "until further notice".
The new delivery date for the vessel was not revealed. Royal Caribbean commented that the delivery delay is because of the vessel's construction (at Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France) was impacted by the Coronavirus crisis. In the period mid-March through late-April, France's largest shipbuilding yard was forced to suspend works due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Note: In early-July 2020, Royal Caribbean announced that due to the Coronavirus crisis, Odyssey of the Seas (Quantum-Ultra class vessel) delivery was delayed by ~5 months. All departures scheduled between November 5, 2020, and April 17, 2021, were cancelled.
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