By now I’m sure you’ve all seen the big announcement by Royal Caribbean regarding the Quantum of the Seas. This ship packs ‘WOW.’ Everything from bumpercars to skydiving to the North Star observation arm (pictured below) is never before seen at sea. The ship is full of all sorts of venues. But is it too [...]
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After months of speculation, here are architectural models of Royal Caribbean’s Project Sunshine. So its confirmed that Sunshine will be to Oasis, what the Radiance is to Voyager. Although I was kind of hoping for a split superstructure like Oasis.
The above is what is considered the first render of Royal Caribbean’s follow-up to the Oasis class: The Sunshine class. The origin is unknown and it is also not known who leaked it.
We have one details at least on the heavily secretive Project Sunshine. Royal Caribbean’s follow-up to the Oasis-class ship has had surprisingly little details announced/leaked. The twin 4,100 passengers, 158,000grt ships will have Azipod propulsion. The $60-million deal calls for ABB podded propulsion, dubbed Azipods, as well as ABB manufactured power plants. When completed, the first ship will [...]
Royal Caribbean recently announced their commitment to order a second Sunshine Class vessel from Germany’s Meyer Werft. The new unnamed vessel will be delivered Spring of 2015. Fellow blogger Mikey of Mikey’s Cruise Blog, has what could be a top-down render of the new class.
Royal Caribbean signed a letter of intent with German yard Meyer Werft for the first of a new class of vessel for the 2nd largest cruise line. “Project Sunshine,” (Oasis was Project Genesis and Voyager was Project Eagle) will be different than current vessels but retain their features. Exactly what those features will be is [...]