Get ready for four days of refreshing cruising across the sea when you set sail with the Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas from Singapore and back again.
This trip is particularly interesting because you will only visit very uncommon stops such as Phuket and Penang. This route is a common one for the Spectrum of the Seas.
This is the total you pay, no sneaky extra fees. Offered at under $110 per day, this value is strong.
Over 4,200 people can comfortably set sail on this highly-rated QUANTUM-Ultra class ship, based in Singapore and built just three years ago in 2019.
The Royal Caribbean Spectrum of the Seas is home to some of Royal Caribbean's exclusive features such as the Flowrider artificial surf wave, a bar with a robotic bartender, the Northstar observation capsule, and an indoor skydiving chamber. On top of that, experience rare features like a bumper car track, a trampoline park, and a roller skating rink.
The Spectrum of the Seas also offers a casino, a spa, an outdoor movie theater, a gym, a ping pong table, a solarium, a basketball court, and a rock climbing wall.
This graph shows the price over time for all types of cabin. Since it was first listed on September 27th of last year, The cost of this sailing has ranged between $299 and $494 for a room, inclusive of $56 in taxes and port charges.
|$106.50 per day||$156.00 per day||$297.50 per day|
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This cruise spends two days in port and one sea day. High points include visits to very uncommon ports like Penang as well as a long stop in Phuket.
|Thu, Feb 9||Singapore||4:30pm|
|Fri, Feb 10||Penang, Malaysia||2:30pm||9:00pm|
|Sat, Feb 11||Phuket, Thailand||8:00am||8:00pm|
|Sun, Feb 12||At Sea|
|Mon, Feb 13||Singapore||7:00am|
The Spectrum of the Seas sails this route four times this year plus nineteen times next year. No other ship sails this exact same route. In the accompanying graphic you can see a visualization of when this ship sails as well as the relative price.