Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Spectrum of the Seas has floated out of dry dock to begin her next phase of construction.
The ship, which is being built at the famous Meyer Werft shipyard in Papaenburg, Germany, is bound for Asia.
She’ll be able to accommodate 5,622 guests and has some amazing new features.
She’ll have the VR bungee-trampoline experience as well as a two-level Ultimate Family Suite with an inroom slide.
Spectrum of the Seas will be sailing from Singapore on three special itineraries before heading to her homeport of Shanghai.
Take a look at her floating out ceremony.
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