Royal Caribbean’s Quantum class already has already received a self-titled vessel (Quantum), it’s also had an Anthem and it’s received an Ovation, so what shall the newest ship in the class be called?

As the next evolution of the Quantum fleet with even more high-tech on board and cutting-edge features, she deserves a shining yet colourful title, one that stands out in an ocean of ships and one people won’t ever forget.

A name like… Spectrum.


The name was revealed this week during a celebration at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany where the first piece of steel for the Quantum Ultra ship was laid.

Spectrum of the Seas is scheduled to officially launch in 2019 as the next evolution of Royal Caribbean’s high-tech Quantum class.

Although details of the next evolution are still under wraps, the cruise line did confirm that she will have “cutting-edge and unprecedented experiences and amenities” onboard. Perhaps she’ll have trampolines and an Escape Room like Independence of the Seas.


Royal Caribbean also revealed that she will be designed for guests in China as well as other countries in the Asia region.

“We are now one step closer to delighting our guests in Asia Pacific with this remarkable ship.”

Michael Bayley, Royal Caribbean International President and CEO

Spectrum will be another giant leap forward in vessel design and guest experiences that will provide travelers with ample opportunities to create unforgettable memories.”

What do you hope the new ship has onboard?