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Rhapsody ‘revitalized’

After a month-long US$54 million dry dock, Royal Caribbean International’s Rhapsody of the Seas has emerged from Singapore’s Sembawang Shipyard as a virtually new ship. The newly revitalized Rhapsody features a host of new dining options, visually stunning entertainment and unique amenities after the ship’s bow-to-stern transformation. Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy all of the vessel’s new signature features as they sail in Alaska this summer or Australia in the fall. The all-encompassing revitalization introduced a range of guest amenities and premium experiences, including the Royal Babies and Tots Nursery designed for the cruise line’s youngest guests, six to 36 months old, a Diamond Lounge for Crown & Anchor Society loyalty members, a Concierge Lounge for suite guests and top-tier loyalty guests and completely refreshed staterooms. Guests will also find that staying connected at sea will be easier with Wi-Fi availability throughout the ship and enjoy a host of technology enhancements that include flat-panel televisions in all staterooms, an outdoor LED movie screen on the pool deck, as well as a digital way-finding system. New dining options include Giovanni’s Table, Izumi Asian Cuisine restaurant, Park Café deli-style restaurant, Chop’s Grille steakhouse and the exclusive 14-guest Chef’s Table. (http://www.RoyalCaribbean.com)

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