Royal Caribbean's Splendour of the Seas will go into dry dock in November as the next the target of a near fleet-wide revitalization at the shipyards in Setúbal, Portugal. The news comes from Royal Caribbean director Francisco Teixeira.
Work on Splendour of the Seas will take 20 days and fall under the fleet modernization plan that the company has launched this year.
The improvements in the fleet are designed to introduce some of the improvements that were developed for the Oasis and Allure of the Seas.
Work on the Splendour of the Seas will be include
- integrating a hundred cabins with balcony
- upgrade all remaining cabins
- renovation of the pool deck with the integration of a screen giant projection of films
- the introduction of the Park Café in the Solarium area
- addition of new restaurants such as, Izumi of The Hot Dog House
- Addition of the Royal Babies and Tots Nursery for the little ones
- Diamond Club and Club Concierge
After leaving the Portuguese shipyards, Splendour of the Seas will head to Brazil to go back into service.