Spectrum of the Seas Cruise Ship Float Out Germany

Spectrum of the Seas Cruise Ship Float Out Germany
Spectrum of the Seas Cruise Ship Float Out Germany
Meyer Werft Shipyard Papenburg Germany
Meyer Werft Shipyard Papenburg Germany

Spectrum of the Seas Cruise Ship Float Out Germany-  On Monday, February 25, 2019 Spectrum of the Seas was floated out of the dry dock to begin the next phase of her construction at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and Meyer Werft agreed to build a fourth Quantum-class ship for delivery in spring 2019. The steel cutting of the Spectrum of the Seas in August 2017 marks the start of construction for the first ship in the new Quantum-Ultra-class. The Spectrum of the Seas will have a capacity for about 4,200 passengers at a dimension of 168,800 GT.

Royal Caribbean International marked the official start of construction by cutting the first piece of steel for its new Quantum Ultra ship. The next engineering marvel in the innovative cruise line’s lineup will officially be named  Spectrum of the Seas.

Designed specifically for the Chinese market, Spectrum is scheduled for delivery in April 2019.

Spectrum of the Seas, having undergone a unique construction process, Spectrum’s FERU (Floating Engine Room Unit) mega-block which was built in Rostock, Germany travelled 296 nautical miles down the River Ems to the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany to be joined with the rest of the ship.

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