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Newest Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Features Largest Boutique at Sea in Asia

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Spectrum of the Seas which is currently the newest Royal Caribbean cruise ship features the largest Blvgari Boutique at sea in Asia.

Spectrum of the Seas Expansive Retail

Starboard Cruise Services which is the premier retailer at sea has detailed its expansive new shopping experience including the largest Blsvgari boutique at sea in Asia aboard Spectrum of the Seas.

The Miami-based retailer and Royal Caribbean have worked together on three different Asia cruise ships and now an even better experience has been brought to the newest ship in the fleet with almost 8,000 square feet of retail space.

Derek Wong, Starboard’s Vice President & General Manager, Asia stated:

“Starboard partners with the most innovative cruise lines in the world.”

“Similar to Royal Caribbean, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary in Asia, Starboard has more than a decade of cruise retail experience in the region. Our alliance is uniquely suited to offer guests the exceptional experiences they seek in this increasingly important market.”

For the first time, Starboard introduced The Boutique, a shopping area limited to guests staying in the ship’s Golden Suites, where guests book shopping experiences with a retail specialist or host for an intimate look at the ship’s offerings in a luxurious setting.

Here are some facts about The Boutique which Chinese cruisers are now able to spend their money in:

  • Carries Marc Jacobs and Titoni of Switzerland, two brands that have never before been available on the Royal Caribbean fleet. Other firsts-at-sea in Asia include Breitling and Jo Malone.
  • Boasts the biggest Swiss timepieces retail space on a Royal Caribbean ship featuring top brands, including highly desirable Piaget Watches and Jewelry. Beauty Avenue has the largest dedicated beauty space in their fleet and features coveted Asian and international brands.
  • Will carry Asia’s largest collection of exclusive Royal Caribbean branded merchandise when the assortment debuts in August.  
  • Features an 890-square-foot Bvlgari boutique, the largest ever designed by Starboard and the biggest at sea in Asia. Other luxury spaces include Tiffany & Co. and Omega boutiques, as well as a Cartier Espace.

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Spectrum of the Seas has just recently started sailing out of its new homepage of Shanghai, China. The 4,200 passenger vessel is the first Quantum Ultra class ship and an evolution of the Quantum-class ships. The ship will reposition to Hong Kong in December 2019.

Photo Courtesy: Royal Caribbean

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