Mariner of the Seas 33 Day Cruise Ship Dry Dock Renovation – Mariner of the Seas is leaving the Asia market and is getting a huge modernizing upgrade. Mariner of the Seas has entered dry dock at Cadiz, Spain for a 33 day renovation by Navantia.
Located in the southern side of the country, Navantia’s Bay of Cadiz facility is the largest owned by the company (over a million and a half square meters). In this area, Navantia has one of the largest dry-docks in the world with a capacity to build vessels up to 500 meters long and 100 m wide, along with the two largest gantry cranes in Spain.
Royal Caribbean International is inviting adventure seekers to break out of their ordinary routine and take their weekends to new heights with the debut of the reimagined Mariner of the Seas.
After an extensive $120 million makeover, Mariner’s 3- to 4-night Bahamas cruises will offer the chance to do, see and experience more than any quick getaway has ever done before, complete with an out-of-this-world bungee and trampoline virtual reality experience, a glow-in-the-dark laser tag arena, a tiki-chic lounge and more.
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