Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas returns to Malaysia

Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas returns to Malaysia

The vessel will call at ports in both Kuala Lumpur and Penang

Malaysia’s travel and tourism sector can expect a boost from the twice weekly sailings Spectrum of the Seas is scheduled to deliver into its ports.

Spectrum of the Seas called at Port Klang in Kuala Lumpur on 5 August and Penang’s Swettenham Pier Cruise Terminal on 6 August 2022. 

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To celebrate the relaunch at both ports, senior dignitaries and state officials witnessed the plaque and key exchanges between Spectrum of the Seas’ Captain Flemming and the ports’ senior executives.

In Port Klang, port authorities and Royal Caribbean’s regional executive team and trade partners gathered onboard Spectrum of the Seas where they were given a tour of the ship’s highlights.


Speaking about the line’s anticipated return to Malaysia, Royal Caribbean International vice president and managing director, Asia-Pacific Angie Stephen said: “The wait is over! We are thrilled to herald the return of ports-of-call cruising within the region, and to connect holidaymakers with Asia’s beautiful destinations once again. 

"The combination of adventures and experiences we’ve curated onboard, as well as the vibrancy and rich heritage of Malaysia’s shores will make Spectrum of the Seas a huge hit for Singapore guests, as well as fly-cruisers from around the globe.” 

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