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After a day of exploring, guests will emerge relaxed, renewed and rejuvenated from the new Vitality Spa and Fitness Center on Royal Caribbean International’s newly amplifiedVoyager of the Seas. The first Royal Amplified ship in the South Pacific will tout a thrilling combination of experiences, following a $97 million transformation.
After a day of exploring, guests will emerge relaxed, renewed and rejuvenated from the new Vitality Spa and Fitness Center on Royal Caribbean International’s newly amplifiedVoyager of the Seas. The first Royal Amplified ship in the South Pacific will tout a thrilling combination of experiences, following a $97 million transformation.
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Royal Caribbean’s bolder-than-ever Voyager of the Seas will up the ante down under this fall. The newly amplified ship will set sail with a lineup of first-to-market featuresbeginning October 2019, following a $97 million transformation. From The Perfect Storm waterslides to a reinvigorated Vitality Spa and Fitness Center, and redesigned kids and teens spaces, Voyager will tout a thrilling combination of experiences that makes for an unforgettable family vacation to far-flung destinations on the other side of the world.
Royal Caribbean’s bolder-than-ever Voyager of the Seas will up the ante down under this fall. The newly amplified ship will set sail with a lineup of first-to-market featuresbeginning October 2019, following a $97 million transformation. From The Perfect Storm waterslides to a reinvigorated Vitality Spa and Fitness Center, and redesigned kids and teens spaces, Voyager will tout a thrilling combination of experiences that makes for an unforgettable family vacation to far-flung destinations on the other side of the world.
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This fall, a newly amplified Voyager of the Seas will set sail with a lineup of first-to-market features, including The Perfect Storm waterslides, a reinvigorated Vitality Spa and Fitness Center, and redesigned kids and teens spaces. The newly transformed ship will offer 3- to 5-night Southeast Asia itineraries from Singapore, starting Oct. 21, followed by 9- to 12-night South Pacific cruises from Sydney, Australia, beginning Nov. 30. 
This fall, a newly amplified Voyager of the Seas will set sail with a lineup of first-to-market features, including The Perfect Storm waterslides, a reinvigorated Vitality Spa and Fitness Center, and redesigned kids and teens spaces. The newly transformed ship will offer 3- to 5-night Southeast Asia itineraries from Singapore, starting Oct. 21, followed by 9- to 12-night South Pacific cruises from Sydney, Australia, beginning Nov. 30.
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May 2019 – Excitement was in the air at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, today, as Royal Caribbean International marked an important milestone in the development of Odyssey of the Seas. Scheduled to be delivered in fall 2020, Odyssey received its first block as the keel was officially lowered and put into place.
May 2019 – Excitement was in the air at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, today, as Royal Caribbean International marked an important milestone in the development of Odyssey of the Seas. Scheduled to be delivered in fall 2020, Odyssey received its first block as the keel was officially lowered and put into place.
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The revolutionary Oasis Class will soon have a new sister, as today Royal Caribbean International celebrated the steel cutting of a fifth Oasis Class ship, scheduled to be delivered in 2021. The steel cutting, marking the official start of construction, took place at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France.Pictured from left to right :Jean-Yves Jaouen, SVP, Operations, Chantiers de l’Atlantique; Florence Mauduit, Oasis Contract Director, Chantiers de l’Atlantique; Laurent Castaing, General Manager, Chantiers de l’Atlantique; Beatrice Siri, Associate Vice-President, Architectural Design and Outfitting, Royal Caribbean; Joseph Pineau, Directo,r Newbuid, Royal CaribbeanPhoto Rights : Bernard Biger/Chantiers de l’Atlantique
The revolutionary Oasis Class will soon have a new sister, as today Royal Caribbean International celebrated the steel cutting of a fifth Oasis Class ship, scheduled to be delivered in 2021. The steel cutting, marking the official start of construction, took place at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France.

Pictured from left to right :
Jean-Yves Jaouen, SVP, Operations, Chantiers de l’Atlantique; Florence Mauduit, Oasis Contract Director, Chantiers de l’Atlantique; Laurent Castaing, General Manager, Chantiers de l’Atlantique; Beatrice Siri, Associate Vice-President, Architectural Design and Outfitting, Royal Caribbean; Joseph Pineau, Directo,r Newbuid, Royal Caribbean

Photo Rights : Bernard Biger/Chantiers de l’Atlantique
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March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas passes one of four locks it needs to get through as it makes its way down the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas passes one of four locks it needs to get through as it makes its way down the Ems River.
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March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas passes one of four locks it needs to get through as it makes its way down the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas passes one of four locks it needs to get through as it makes its way down the Ems River.
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March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas passes one of four locks it needs to get through as it makes its way down the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas passes one of four locks it needs to get through as it makes its way down the Ems River.
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March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas begins her conveyance up the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas prepares for her upcoming conveyance down the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas prepares for her upcoming conveyance down the Ems River.
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March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas prepares for her upcoming conveyance down the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas prepares for her upcoming conveyance down the Ems River.
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March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas prepares for her upcoming conveyance down the Ems River.
March 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas prepares for her upcoming conveyance down the Ems River.
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February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas was floated out today at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Papenburg, Germany
February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas was "floated out" today at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Papenburg, Germany
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February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas was floated out today at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Papenburg, Germany
February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas was "floated out" today at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Papenburg, Germany
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February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas was floated out today at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Papenburg, Germany
February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas was "floated out" today at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Papenburg, Germany
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February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The ship is scheduled to be delivered in April 2019.
February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The ship is scheduled to be delivered in April 2019.
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February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The ship is scheduled to be delivered in April 2019.
February 2019 – Spectrum of the Seas under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The ship is scheduled to be delivered in April 2019.
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