Huge demand for longer itineraries prompts additional sailings.
SINGAPORE – With almost all of its limited 12-night sailings sold out, and demand still strong, Royal Caribbean announced two additional 12-night sailings between Singapore and Tokyo, Japan on Spectrum of the Seas in 2023. With prices starting from SGD $1500, guests onboard the two sailings can look forward to visiting various destinations in Japan as well as Hong Kong and Vietnam.
The new 12-night sailings, departing from Singapore and Tokyo, Japan on 19 September 2023 and 1 October 2023 respectively, can be enjoyed back-to-back, which means guests can visit up to 10 destinations across three countries over the 24-night adventure. Destinations unique to the new itineraries include Hue/Danang in Vietnam, as well as Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Okinawa and Ishigaki in Japan.
“We are uniquely able to showcase the beauty of the region in a fun-filled and fuss-free manner on our longer sailings. The 12-night itineraries have been incredibly popular amongst both local and international guests since they were first announced in August 2022, and most of our staterooms were sold out by the end of last year. Today’s travellers seek new experiences and adventures, and we’re excited to deliver more of that with these itineraries onboard Asia’s largest and newest cruise ship, coupled with the thrill of waking up in a new city almost every morning,” said Angie Stephen, managing director, Asia-Pacific, Royal Caribbean International.
Guests are in for an adventure as they discover the rich culture and natural beauty of Asia, aboard the action-packed Spectrum of the Seas, which is specially designed for the Asian market. Holidaymakers can choose to explore Vietnam’s imperial capital or the cities of Japan on their own or through a variety of shore excursions that will take them to uncover the sights, sounds and culture of Asia.
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