Portsmouth has been chosen as the christening location because of its maritime heritage, a beautiful harbour and ongoing regeneration plans, including a terminal transformation project and a significant berth extension.
The 999-passenger Spirit of Adventure will boast “bold and striking” interiors showcasing the “best of British contemporary design” as well as offer onboard highlights, such as all-balcony cabins, a large library, a 444-seat theatre, The Lido outdoor pool, and a 500-square-metre spa. The ship will also have 3 specialty restaurants, including the first Nepalese restaurant at sea, Khukuri.
The 17-night maiden cruise of Spirit of Adventure will depart Port Dover UK on August 21, taking passengers to destinations in the Baltic. The vessel will then sail in the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, the Canaries, and Norway.