VIDEO: RCI-Royal Caribbean's Odyssey of the Seas ship conveyance

   February 28, 2021 ,   Cruise Industry

Royal Caribbean's Odyssey of the Seas left Papenburg and commenced her conveyance to the North Sea early Saturday morning, February 27.

The newbuild started her voyage down the Ems River in Germany to Eemshaven Netherlands.

The river was cleared of obstacles and other traffic in order to make way for the massive new liner.

Once the ship reaches Eemshaven, she will begin sea trials in the North Sea to test out the functionality and ensure all systems of Odyssey of the Seas are working properly.

The delivery of the vessel is planned for the next few weeks.

The 169,000 GT Odyssey of the Seas is the 5th cruise ship of a series MEYER WERFT is building for RCI-Royal Caribbean International.

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