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Check These New Spectrum of the Seas Construction Photos

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Spectrum of the Seas Under Construction

The next Royal Caribbean cruise ship is currently under construction at the German shipyard and some new photos have been released of the bow block. The large block will be joined to the rest of the vessel so it becomes even closer to becoming one entire ship.

Unfortunately, the cruise line didn’t release any photos of other main parts of the ship but do expect some later in the month. For now, take a look below:

You can see the previous set of Spectrum of the Seas construction photos right here. The hall is busy with workers busy on joining the different sections. The next phase will be working on the interior spaces and floating out of the building yard onto the water for the first time.

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Spectrum of the Seas Aft Rendering
Rendering By: Royal Caribbean

About Spectrum of the Seas

The first Quantum Ultra class ship which is an evolution to the Quantum class ships will be completed in April 2019 and have a guest capacity of 4,246 guests at double occupancy. The ship is being purpose-built for the Chinese market and after a 51-night Global Odyssey from Barcelona will be based in Asia.

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