Rhapsody of the Seas emerges from dry dock a new ship

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Rhapsody of the Seas departing the shipyard.

After $54-million and a month long dry dock Royal Caribbean’s Rhapsody of the Seas has emerged from a Singapore ship yard almost a brand new ship.

From the Royal Babies and Tots Nursery designed for the cruise line’s youngest guests, 6 – 36 months old, a Diamond Lounge for Crown & Anchor Society loyalty members, a Concierge Lounge for suite guests and top-tier loyalty guests and completely refreshed staterooms, the onboard revitalization was comprehensive. Guests also will find that staying connected at sea will be easier with Wi-Fi availability throughout the ship and enjoy a host of technology enhancements that include, flat-panel televisions in all staterooms, an outdoor LED movie screen on the pool deck, as well as a digital way-finding system all of which debut on Royal Caribbean’s latest and world’s most innovative sister ships, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.

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Refurbished staterooms with flat panel TV's.

For guests looking to tickle their taste buds, Rhapsody of the Seas features an array of new dining options with the addition of five of the fleet’s most highly acclaimed dinning concepts, including Giovanni’s Table, Izumi Asian Cuisine restaurant, Park Café deli-style restaurant, Chop’s Grille steakhouse and the exclusive 14-guest Chef’s Table.

The Rhapsody of the Seas will sail in Alaska this summer before heading to Australia in the fall.

Source/photo: Royal Carribean

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