Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum OTS to arrive early in Singapore (April 2022)

   January 28, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

From April 11, 2022, guests can prepare for the ultimate adventure onboard Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas, Asia’s biggest, newest, and most innovative vessel, for 3- to 4-night Ocean Getaways.

6 months sooner than planned, passengers will enjoy world-class dining, entertainment, and state-of-the-art amenities exclusively designed for the Asian market.

Cruises are now open for bookings.

Angie Stephen, vice president & managing director, Asia-Pacific, Royal Caribbean said they knew that vacation time was precious and choosing how to spend it was more important than ever, which was why they were "thrilled to welcome Spectrum of the Seas - one of the most advanced ships in the world, to Singapore in April – making Singapore the cruising destination of choice.”

“We have seen incredible demand for Royal Caribbean cruise holidays in Singapore. Having hosted more than 178,000 Singapore residents since we restarted cruising, bringing Spectrum six months early is truly exciting. The combination of experiences specially designed for the Asian market, together with signature Royal Caribbean favourites on board, will make Spectrum a huge hit.”

Guests onboard Spectrum OTS can savour an array of Asian-inspired cuisines, such as teppanyaki and hot pot-style dining, high-tech experiences, unparalleled entertainment that touches on the music and dance styles of Asia, and more.

Spectrum Of The Seas cruise ship

Guests who book their trip on Spectrum OTS on/before March 31, 2022, can be assured of flexibility in their travel plans with Royal Caribbean International’s Cruise with Confidence program, which allows for changes/cancellations up to 48 hours before their voyage sets sail. As long as vacationers cancel at least 48 hours before their sail date, they receive a Future Cruise Credit valid for future bookings on/before September 30, 2022, for sailings departing before December 31, 2022, or a year from the original sailing date, whichever is later.