Spectrum of the Seas Review

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Adam Coulter
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Spectrum of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's first Quantum Ultra-Class ship, launched in the spring of 2019. According to Royal Caribbean, the class is "the next evolution" of its Quantum Class, though it will be only the tiniest bit larger than the Quantum Class ships -- 168,800 gross tons versus 168,666 gross tons for both Anthem and Ovation of the Seas (Quantum of the Seas is smaller). All carry the same number of passengers.

Some of what you'll find onboard includes:

An all-suite complex, Royal Caribbean's first ever key-card access, private elevator, all-suite complex. It features a private swimming pool and a private restaurant for suite-class cruisers only.

The Ultimate Family Suite. This suite debuted on Symphony of the Seas in 2018, and is a two-story, 1,134-square-foot playground for families. Highlights include a private 3D cinema, air hockey table, a slide from the kids-only bedroom to the living room, floor-to-ceiling LEGO wall and a 212-square-foot wraparound balcony with a whirlpool, climbing wall and kid-friendly pool table.

Skypad, a top-deck virtual reality trampoline experience, which debuted on Independence of the Seas.

One large dining room, rather than the four, separate themed dining rooms which are on previous Quantum Class ships.

Spectrum of the Seas joined Quantum of the Seas in sailing the Asia-Pacific region. A second, as yet unnamed, Quantum Ultra-Class ship is also China-bound.


Passengers: 4200
Crew: 1300
Passenger to Crew: 3.2:1
Launched: 2019
Shore Excursions: 71

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Where does Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas sail from?

Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas departs from Shanghai and Hong Kong

Where does Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas sail to?

Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas cruises to Shanghai, Nagasaki, Kagoshima, Hong Kong, Nha Trang, Kobe, Osaka, Tokyo (Yokohama), Hakodate, and Taipei (Keelung)

How much does it cost to go on Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas?

Cruises on Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas start from $158 per person.
Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas Cruiser Reviews

Well appointed ship with many, many activities

The Spectrum of the Seas is a very large ship with many activities for families and people who want to experience onboard activities.Read More
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few6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

1st Cruise with Royal Caribbean (RC)

RC - Spectrum of the Sea was sizeable and with great facilities and common areas for all ages. 2.Read More
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couple2-5 Cruises

Age 52s

Cruise travel as a lesser abled person

Especially the size of the spectrum. With its stabilizers out I expect it to handle much rougher seas easily. But even at relative wavy windy day…ship rocked.Read More
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couple2-5 Cruises

Age 40s

Nice Excursion from a Visit to Singapore

We previously sailed on the Quantum of the Seas when it was based in Beijing.Read More
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