Royal Caribbean announces China cruise return
After more than four years, Royal Caribbean will resume China cruises in April 2024.
Spectrum of the Seas will offer short sailings from Shanghai.
The four- and five-night China cruises call at various ports in Japan including Fukuoka, Okinawa, and Osaka.
Spectrum will also be deployed in Hong Kong from December 2024 sailing to Japan, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Spectrum of the Seas is currently in Singapore.
The ship was specially designed for the Asia market.
Anthem of the Seas will sail from Singapore in late 2024.
It is the ship’s first time in Asia.
“This is the moment we, along with Chinese holidaymakers, have been waiting for,”’ said Bert Hernandez, Royal Caribbean’s International SVP.
“Our return to China is an exciting milestone.”
Bookings for both ships will open in the coming weeks
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