Cruise News Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas Steel Cutting Just In Case You Missed It

Spectrum of the Seas Steel Cutting Just In Case You Missed It

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Royal Caribbean recently announced Spectrum of the Seas as the first Quantum Ultra cruise ship. The cruise line also celebrated the start of construction.

We did post about the future cruise ship but also thought you would enjoy some video footage showing the first piece of steel being cut for Spectrum of the Seas. The steel was cut at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany and in time all the steel blocks will come together to make the ship one.

Watch Steel Cutting Ceremony:

No further details on Spectrum of the Seas have been released but keep an eye on Cruise Hive for renderings, ship design, features and itineraries over the coming months.

Spectrum of the Seas Steel Cutting

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