Royal Caribbean has unveiled details for its first Quantum Ultra Class ship – Odyssey of the Seas.
Bold in every direction , the new ship will include:
- SeaPlex, the largest indoor activity space at sea, that features a full-sized sports court, the only bumper cars at sea, VR games for individual and group play, augmented reality walls and floors for high-tech competitions and family experiences, a glow-in-the-dark laser tag area and much more
- RipCord by iFly skydiving simulator
- A reimagined Adventure Ocean where young adventure seekers can choose their own immersive experiences across an entirely new layout, while a new maxed-out teen lounge with gaming consoles, music and movies will provide endless hangout options indoors and outdoors on an exclusive patio
- Two70, a unique entertainment venue boasting 270-degree panoramic windows that transform in plain sight into a 135-foot-wide and 22-foot-tall screen, captivating onlookers into another world with its Vistarama technology. As day turns into night, the iconic venue at the aft of the ship becomes a multidimensional theatre – where a troupe of six agile Roboscreens come to life in sync with music, special effects and multitalented live performers and aerialists – to create unimaginable visuals
Commenting, Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “This Quantum Ultra Class ship introduces a new way to see the world as she becomes our first purposefully built vessel for island hopping on both sides of the Atlantic.”
In November 2020, the ship’s inaugural year will kick off in the Caribbean’s clear blue waters and far-flung destinations like Curaçao, Aruba, Grand Cayman and Mexico on 8- and 6-night itineraries from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Odyssey will then sail to her homeport of Rome in May 2021 and become the first Quantum Ultra Class ship to cruise Europe for the summer.