RCI-Royal Caribbean opens exotic cruises on Spectrum OTS for bookings

   July 9, 2023 ,   Cruise Industry

RCI-Royal Caribbean is offering exciting 4- to 7-night cruises on the Spectrum of the Seas, which can now be booked for voyages starting in April 2024.

Spectrum OTS will depart from Shanghai (China) and travel to various destinations in Japan throughout 2024 and 2025. Spectrum OTS is currently the largest and most innovative passenger ship in Asia, and designed specifically for the Asian market.

The liner boasts a range of restaurants and entertainment options that showcase regional flavors and performances. Guests can enjoy delicious cuisines such as Hot Pot, Teppanyaki, and Sichuan Red, and experience unique entertainment venues like the karaoke lounge Star Moment, the Royal Theater's Showgirls, and the one-of-a-kind Two70, which combines artistry, robots, and technology to create astonishing shows.

What sets the Spectrum of the Seas apart is its exclusive features available only on RCI voyages. Passengers can try skydiving on the RipCord by iFly, enjoy breathtaking views from the all-glass observation capsule called North Star, and have fun with bumper cars and sports in the largest indoor activity space at sea, known as SeaPlex.

For those seeking luxury, the cruise ship offers an exclusive suite enclave. This includes the Ultimate Family Suite, a lavish two-level accommodation spanning 2,809 square feet, complete with an in-suite slide and space for up to 11 guests, perfect for multigenerational family vacations. Additionally, there are private dining options, shopping opportunities, and more to enhance the luxurious experience.

Zinan Liu (senior vice president and chairman of Royal Caribbean Group Asia) expressed excitement about the return of Royal Caribbean to China. As the first international cruise line to open for bookings and operate in China, the company aims to fulfill the desires of Chinese vacationers to explore and create lasting memories in Asia. The reintroduction of the Spectrum of the Seas, a ship designed specifically for the Asian market, marks a significant milestone for Royal Caribbean, and they proudly declare, "We are back in China!"