Royal Caribbean has taken delivery of its first Quantum Ultra Class ship – a vessel that surpasses the fun & technology currently found onboard the line’s original Quantum Class.

Spectrum of the Seas was delivered to Royal Caribbean this week, making her the 26th ship in the line’s fleet.

As the first of the Quantum Ultra Class, the ship is the largest and most innovative of its kind, particularly in Asia where it’s designated to sail.


Among its unique features is the ‘Sky Pad’, a dome-like space where guests can have a bungee jump-type experience mixed with virtual reality.

Of course, guests won’t physically jump from a high point of the ship, they’ll jump on a trampoline while wearing a VR headset that’ll project out-of-this-world images.


Spectrum of the Seas is also the ship to book for access to Royal Caribbean’s largest family suite spreading across two stories and 2,809-feet. Called the Ultimate Family Suite, the suite has its own slide for the kiddies, a rock climbing wall, luxurious spa, a karaoke room, private cinema and more.

New onboard dining includes Teppanyaki, The HotPot, and Sichuan Red, while fresh entertainment will see guests enjoying a karaoke room with private rooms.

Similar to the cruise line’s Quantum Class ships (Quantum of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas), Spectrum also has the FlowRider, RipCord by iFly and SeaPlex.


Are you keen to get on board Spectrum of the Seas?