Spectrum of the Seas to begin cruises from Singapore in 2022


Royal Caribbean announces that Sea specter will depart Singapore at the end of October 2022 for the very first time. This comes after the ship will make departures from Hong Kong, starting October 14, 2021.

Specter of the seas in Singapore

It looks like Singapore will get one of the newest Royal Caribbean cruise ships as Royal Caribbean announces that Sea specter will establish its home port there for the first time. The Quantum Ultra Class cruise ship is scheduled to start from the Marina Bay Cruise Center from late October 2022 to April 2023.

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Specter of the seas will begin cruises from Singapore on October 31, starting with the first three-night getaway in Penang. The ship will offer a range of Asian itineraries ranging from three to nine nights, including major stops in Vietnam and Thailand. The new cruise offers open for booking on September 28, 2021:

  • Three Night Penang Getaway
  • 5 nights in Malaysia and Thailand
  • Penang and Phuket for four nights
  • Seven Night Spice from Southeast Asia
  • Nine nights in Vietnam and Thailand
Specter of the seas in Singapore

Currently, Quantum of the Seas offers ocean trips to residents of Singapore and was the first ship in the fleet to resume operations at the end of 2020. The ship is navigate with updated protocols in place due to an increase in cases in Singapore. The situation will probably be different by then Specter of the seas begins cruise in October 2022.

Sea specter currently offers cruises from Hong Kong, and after some further delays in resuming operations, the first voyage will finally leave on October 14, 2021. The ship is the second ship of the Quantum Ultra class identical to the sister ship Odyssey of the seas and an evolution towards Quantum of the Seas.

The Royal Caribbean cruise ship entered service in 2019 and weighs 169,379 gross tonnes with a capacity of 4,246 passengers based on double occupancy. There are also 1,551 fully vaccinated international crew members.

Spectrum of the Seas Cruise Ship

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