Royal Caribbean International has announced new 12-night Asia voyages aboard Spectrum of the Seas exploring Asia.
The cruises will depart from Singapore to Japan later this year, with fares beginning at $1,583 per person. Due to the high demand for longer itineraries, new sailings will visit Hong Kong and Vietnam.
The new 12-night cruises depart Singapore and Tokyo on 19 September and 1 October, respectively, and can be experienced back-to-back, allowing customers to visit up to ten destinations across three countries over the 24-night voyage.
The new destinations are Hue, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Kagoshima, Okinawa, and Ishigaki. Guests may visit Vietnam’s imperial capital or Japan’s cities on their own or through a selection of shore excursions that will lead them to discover Asia’s sights, sounds, and cultures.
These new itineraries are now open and available for booking, as Asian cruises continue to be extremely popular with Australian guests, according to David Humphrey, Director of Sales Australia & New Zealand at Royal Caribbean.
“On our longer sailings, passengers may go on an extended holiday and visit must-see places at their leisure,” he said. “Because most of our cabins on 12-night Singapore-to-Tokyo sailings were sold out by the end of 2022, we listened to our loyal customers and modified our timetable to incorporate additional voyages to this vibrant region.” This incredibly popular Spectrum of the Seas sailings provides passengers even more options onboard Asia’s largest and newest cruise ship.”