Royal Caribbean International’s ‘Rhapsody of the Seas’ has emerged from Singapore’s Sembawang Shipyard following a month-long £ 54 million dry dock. The newly-refurbished ship offers guests a host of new dining options, entertainment and other amenities.
The dry dock was part of the cruise line’s multi-ship enhancement strategy. Rhapsody of the Seas now has five new restaurants, a new nursery, a Diamond Lounge for Crown & Anchor Society loyalty members, a Concierge Lounge for suite guests and top-tier loyalty guests, completely refreshed staterooms and a host of technology enhancements. Wi-Fi connectivity will be available throughout the ship. The ship will now return to Australia where she will be based .