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Wonder of the Seas Is One Step Closer: Construction Update

3 minutes read • September 3rd, 2021
Construction of the Royal Caribbean International's fifth representative of the Oasis class of cruise liners is well underway. And we can't help but talk about her this time. After all,

Wonder of the Seas

intends to become the world's largest cruise ship, and we constantly monitor progress in her construction.
Wonder of the Seas Construction UpdatePhoto courtesy of Royal Caribbean International

The first steel for the Wonder of the Seas cruise ship was cut on April 24, 2019. In October of that year, RCI celebrated her keel laying. The liner was floated out at the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard in France on September 5, 2020.
Wonder of the Seas construction update

Wonder of the Seas ship will have a tonnage of 236,857 GT and will welcome up to 6,988 travelers in 2,867 cabins.
On August 20, 2021, the RCI's future member departed on her sea trials.

Wonder of the Seas is planned to join her cruise family in March 2022. She will operate voyages from Shanghai.

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