Watch: Spectrum of the Seas Delivered
Royal Caribbean International has taken delivery of Spectrum of the Seas from Meyer Werft. The first cruise ship of the Quantrum-Ultra class, she is designed for the Asian cruise market.
Spectrum of the Seas has a rating of 169,000grt, measures 347.1 meters (1,139 feet) in length and 41.4 meters (136 feet) in width. She has 18 decks with 2,137 cabins offering space for 4,246 passengers in double occupancy.
Like her sister ships Quantum of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas, the new ship has the glass capsule North Star, the Flow Rider surf simulator and the Rip Cord skydiving simulator. New features include the Sky Pad: a virtual reality bungee trampoline experience located on the aft of the ship.
Spectrum of the Seas, like her three sister ships, is fitted with a hybrid scrubber. She has a diesel-electric pod drive, optimized hydrodynamics and energy-efficiency systems such as heat recovery, effective hull coating and LED lighting.
Spectrum of the Seas will now leave Bremerhaven. Her maiden voyage to Asia will begin in Barcelona on April 18, and she will homeport from Shanghai starting June 2019
Dimension: 169,000 gt
Length overall: 347.1m
Moulded breadth: 41.4m
Number of decks: 18
Engine output: Wärtsilä 2x12V 2x 16V totally 67,200kW
Propulsion power: 41,000kW
Speed: 22, knots
Number of passengers: 4,284
Number of passenger cabins: 2,137
Number of outside cabins (including suites): 1,759
Number of inside cabins: 378
Crew: approximately 1,550
Number of theater seats: 1,281
Number of restaurants: 18
Number of bars/lounges: 12
Total weight of applied paint: approximately 300t
Total length of laid cables: 2,900km
Total length of laid pipes: 400km