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Newest Royal Caribbean Cruise to Overnight in Tokyo

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Spectrum of the Seas which is currently the newest Royal Caribbean ships will overnight in Tokyo, Japan in 2020.

Spectrum of the Seas to Overnight in Japan

The Quantum Ultra class cruise ship will spend some time in Japan with two overnights in Tokyo during the summer 2020 season. The ship which is already based in Asia will showcase some of the newest offerings in the fleet to the Japanese market at the new Tokyo Shinkyaku Pier cruise terminal.

Bert Hernandez, President, Royal Caribbean China, said:

“Our ships are designed and created to deliver unforgettable vacation experiences to our guests, and we are proud to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime experience in Tokyo next summer.”

Spectrum of the Seas will be joined by Voyager of the Seas at the new cruise terminal in Japan. Each ship will two special cruises which will each include an overnight in Tokyo.

Spectrum of the Seas will depart on July 25 and August 5, 2020, from her homeport in Shanghai, China and Voyager of the Seas will depart on July 26 from Hong Hong and August 2 from Singapore for her overnight in Tokyo sailings.

This will be a great chance for cruisers to experience the vibrant Japanese city and with an overnight cruise, visitors will be able to take in more than just a regular day visit.

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Spectrum just recently began cruising from China after celebrating a grand naming ceremony in Shanghai. The 168,600-ton vessel will reposition to Hong Kong in December 2019. The ship has a guest capacity of 4,200 at double occupancy and among the largest in the world.

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