Royal Caribbean International’s soon to launch Spectrum of the Seas has arrived in Eemshaven, following its conveyance along the River Ems from the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
Spectrum of the Seas departed the shipyard early on the morning of 20 March 2019, before arriving at Eemshaven the following day.
Royal Caribbean International’s soon to launch Spectrum of the Seas has left the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany and began its conveyance of the River Ems.
The ship left the shipyard early on the morning of 20 March 2019 and will continue its journey along the River Ems to Eemshaven.
The departure of Spectrum of the Seas from the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany has been postponed by a day, as the shipyard waits for water levels to rise.
The ship is the latest cruise ship at the shipyard to be constructed for Royal Caribbean International and will join the fleet in April 2019.
Royal Caribbean International’s newest ship, Spectrum of the Seas, was floated out from the construction hall at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany on 25 February 2019.
The ship is the cruise line’s first Quantum-Ultra class vessel and is now berthed in the shipyard’s basin. The shipyard will continue the outfitting of the ship here before it leaves for sea trials later this year.
Princess Cruises 1996-built cruise ship Sun Princess has re-entered service following an extensive 14-day multi-million dollar dry dock in Singapore.
The refurbishment is part of the cruise line’s ‘Come Back New Promise’ which see a total fleet wide investment of over $450 million dollars. Sun Princess now offers passengers the newest on board enhancements and features the Princess Cruises new livery with the Sea Witch painted on the bow of the ship.
Royal Caribbean International has revealed further details about its first Quantum-Ultra ship, Spectrum of the Seas which is due to launch in spring 2019.
The 168,666 gross tonne cruise ship currently under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany is being specifically designed for the Asian cruise market.
The 2,670-passenger Sapphire Princess is on her way to Southampton to begin its summer season, following an extensive two-week refurbishment in Singapore.
Sapphire Princess is expected to arrive in Southampton on 01 May 2018. Before arriving into Southampton the ship will spend 38 days cruising from Singapore, via the Indian Ocean and Europe visiting 17 ports of call.
The steel cutting ceremony for Genting Hong Kong’s new 204,000 gross tonne cruise ship will take place at the MV Werften shipyard in Germany on 08 March 2018.
The ceremony signals the start of construction of the new vessel. The 5,000-passenger cruise ship is expected to launch in 2020.
The steel cutting for Royal Caribbean International’s new Quantum Ultra cruise ship took place at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany on 15 August 2017. The name of the new ship was also announced as Spectrum of the Seas.
The cutting of the first piece of steel marks the official start of construction for the first Quantum Ultra class cruise ship for Royal Caribbean International.
Costa Cruises has announced that its oldest cruise ship in the fleet, Costa neoClassica has been sold and will be leaving the fleet in March 2018.
The 1,300-passenger cruise ship was launched in 1991. Costa Cruises did not state who the ship had been sold to.