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Legend Of The Seas To Replace Rhapsody Of The Seas

If you’ve noticed the different cruise ships that berthed at Port of Suva, Lautoka or anchored at Nadi Bay outside Port Denarau, you will notice this. On June 6, the
13 May 2015 08:17
Legend Of The Seas To Replace Rhapsody Of The Seas
The Legend of the Seas will be replacing voyages of Rhapsody of the Seas. The vessel is owned by Royal Caribbean International. Its first call to Fiji is on June 6.

If you’ve noticed the different cruise ships that berthed at Port of Suva, Lautoka or anchored at Nadi Bay outside Port Denarau, you will notice this.

On June 6, the Legend of the Seas will make her first voyage to Fiji. She replaces the journey of sister-ship Rhapsody of the Seas which takes up her spot.

This was confirmed by agent Carpenters Shipping (Fiji) Limited, the representative of vessel Royal Caribbean International (RCI) in Fiji.

The 69,130-gross tonne floating hotel has 11 decks, six pools and whirlpools and eight bars and lounges.

The vessel usually services specific European countries and the Caribbean and is considered is the lead ship of the vision class of cruise ships by the Royal Caribbean.

The vessel makes her first call to Port of Suva.

Meanwhile from the snow-capped mountain coasts of Alaska to skyline views of Sydney, Australia, Rhapsody of the Seas delivers will set sail for new routes.

It is a vision cruise ship of the Royal Caribbean.

Last year Rhapsody of the Seas visited Fiji three times.

What is a vision class? (Wikipedia)

A vision class ships s a term vessel owner to refer to six of its cruise ship built as three pairs of sister ships.

Each pair differs from the others in size and design, so the six ships do not constitute a single ship-class by the common usage of the term.

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