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The Ultimate Sailing Experience with Spectrum of the Seas

Industries | 1 April 2022

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Asia’s largest and most action-packed ship, Spectrum of the Seas will arrive early in Singapore, waiting to take international travelers on ocean getaways with myriad luxury facilities.

Starting on 11 April, holidaymakers can pack their bags for the ultimate adventure on board Royal Caribbean International’s Spectrum of the Sea, their most innovative ship, for spectacular three-to-four-night ocean getaways.

The ship, which is 135 feet wide and 1,139 feet long can accommodate 5,622 guests in total, will arrive in Singapore six months sooner than anticipated. While sailing the seas off Singapore, guests will enjoy world-class dining, showstopping entertainment, a private enclave for suite guests and state-of-the-art amenities exclusively designed for the Asian market.

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Starting from its deck, a bold line up of guests can pump up their adrenaline to get signature experiences. The Flowrider, a surf simulator that gives guests the chance to surf onboard a ship. The sloped, wavelike surface is perfect for beginning, intermediate and advanced surfers. The North Star, an all-glass observation capsule which can elevates guests 300 feet above the ocean to deliver incomparable 360-degree views. While RipCord iFly offers a thrilling and unforgettable experience where guests can feel what is like to fly. This is the first sky diving experience at sea.

Hop into the Sky Pad for an out-of-this-world bungee trampoline experience. Strap in, put on the virtual reality headset and get transported to another time, place or planet. Whether smashing candies in a sugar-coated world or travelling light years into the future, this virtual adventure will launch guests high into the stratosphere and let them imagination soar.

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Guests on board the beauty of the ship also can savour an array of Asian-inspired cuisine. There are 19 dining options that serve up Hot Pot-style dining for an authentic Chinese dining experience; Teppanyaki, a celebration of Far East flavours cooked in Japan’s traditional teppanyaki style; and Sichuan Red, a new specialty dining experience tailored just for the ship, where diners can savour a bold tapestry of spices and Sichuan flavours. Signature classics include imaginative cuisine at Wonderland, American steakhouse Chops Grille and authentic rustic fare and handmade pasta at Jamie’s Italian. Its Bionic Bar allows guests to meet two robotic bartenders who know how to shake, stir, and mix up guest night out and create an almost endless combination of cocktails, from classic cosmos to custom-crafted sips designed by guests.

To more elevate vacation, Royal Suite Class is a great option. It’s Royal Caribbean’s first and exclusive accommodations in a private area, featuring exclusive floor access, an elevator, private restaurants and a dedicated lounge.

Spectrum of the Seas gives a chance for guests to change the way to treat their family. It's time to bond and make family memories in it’s the two-level Ultimate Family Suite, an expansive, multiroom retreat complete with its own slide and cinema that also doubles as a karaoke staged. There’s an array of staterooms designed for the whole family. From exterior balcony staterooms to interconnected rooms.

In line with its Royal Promise and regulations stipulated by the Singapore government, Royal Caribbean continues to implement health and safety measures for the well-being of its guests and crew members, and the destinations it visits. The comprehensive, multilayered set of measures include pre-departure wellness screenings and testing, contactless embarkation and debarkation, enhanced ventilation and sanitization on board, as well as sailing with fully vaccinated crew members and guests. The cruise line will continue to evaluate and update its measures as circumstances evolve with various government and health authorities.

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