Even earlier start for Allure

//Even earlier start for Allure

Work on building Allure of the Seas at the STX shipyard in Turku, Finland, must be proceeding well – the date of its maiden voyage has been brought forward AGAIN.
The twin sister of Oasis of the Seas – at 225,000 tons the two Royal Caribbean vessels will share the title of biggest cruise ship in the world – will now sail with paying passengers for the first time on December 1.
The four-night cruise, from Port Everglades in Florida, calls at RCI’s private resort of Labadee, on the north coast of Haiti. The ship was originally scheduled for a maiden voyage starting on December 12, and that had already been brought forward to December 5.
Oasis of the Seas, also built at Turku, had its maiden voyage brought forward too, as did the three Celebrity ships, Solstice, Equinox and Eclipse (part of the RCI empire), built at Papenburg in Germany.
Eclipse makes her debut in Southampton at the end of April.

By | 2017-06-15T16:00:30+00:00 30 March 2010|Cruise Ships|0 Comments

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