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Azipod Construction Photos Released of Spectrum of the Seas

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Royal Caribbean has released some new construction photos of Spectrum of the Seas, the next ship which will join the fleet in Spring 2019. In this new batch, we get to see the very important Azipods being installed.

Spectrum of the Seas Azipods

Take a look at these huge Azipods which were recently installed on Spectrum of the Seas while under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg Germany.

These are the latest photos from the shipyard where we only get to see a slight glimpse of the ship. We’re expecting even more photos from the cruise line of the first Quantum Ultra-class cruise ship over the coming weeks and months.

For those of your following the next new Royal Caribbean cruise closely then take a look at the last construction photos we posted right here. The ship will soon be floated out onto the water for the very first time, undergo sea trials and outfitting all the interior paces will begin.

Spectrum of the Seas Aft Rendering
Rendering By: Royal Caribbean

Spectrum of the Seas is being purpose-built for the Chinese market and will be based out of Shangai, China. The first sailing will depart on June 6, 2019. Hopefully in the future, the cruise line will reposition her to the U.S. but for now, all her specific onboard features will cater to the Asian market.

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Once completed the new class Royal Caribbean ship will be 168,800 gross tons and have a guest capacity of 4,246. She will be a huge vessel and among the biggest in the world.

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