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6 minutes ago, Cruise Wonderland said:
In the media and travel agent event for Wonder in Shanghai today, Royal Caribbean had a map about Wonder's route to Asia in a video. It clearly showed:
 
Saint Nazaire > Barcelona > Dubai > Singapore > Ho Chi Minh City > Hong Kong > Shanghai
 
Don't know if this is a revenue cruise, or a cruise by invitation only, or has completely no passengers.
 
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Seems to me that they are stops for bunkering except from Singapore to Shanghai. 

 

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50 minutes ago, twangster said:

Just me or do the ATS balconies look very small?

 

Doesn't look like enough room to place a lounger let alone a table and chairs.

 

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Sure looks that way !  

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8 hours ago, TheMastodon said:

 

Should be in USA.  

Should be split between LA and Sydney.

 

I believe the Chinese financed it and that’s why it’s there.
 

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39 minutes ago, Chiliburn said:

 

 

I believe the Chinese financed it and that’s why it’s there.
 

Most of the money to build Wonder came from European banks and entities, like all of its recent ships.

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7 minutes ago, Biker19 said:

Most of the money to build Wonder came from European banks and entities, like all of its recent ships.

I thought it was something to do with a Shanghai financial group.

But once again I’m probably wrong.

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1 hour ago, Chiliburn said:

Should be split between LA and Sydney.

 

I believe the Chinese financed it and that’s why it’s there.
 


Yes they did.
 

 I don’t know where it would go based in LA?

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5 hours ago, John&LaLa said:

Interesting marketing an 8th 'neighborhood'

 

I first thought they have a new suite area like The Haven (NCL) or The Yacht Club (MSC) but actually it looks more like a bit revamped suite area but all the stuff is where it used to be... maybe a litte move of some areas like the suite restaurant plus adding an outdoor space. Suite sun deck seems to be on top of the Solarium including a whirl pool and bar. But no enclosed suite complex like the others have.

 

steamboats

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14 hours ago, twangster said:

Just me or do the ATS balconies look very small?

 

Doesn't look like enough room to place a lounger let alone a table and chairs.

 

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i knew they look different from a far!

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22 hours ago, twangster said:

Just me or do the ATS balconies look very small?

 

Doesn't look like enough room to place a lounger let alone a table and chairs.

 

 

I'd guess more interior space, less exterior space. This ship was not designed for the Caribbean market.

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9 hours ago, steamboats said:

 

I first thought they have a new suite area like The Haven (NCL) or The Yacht Club (MSC) but actually it looks more like a bit revamped suite area but all the stuff is where it used to be... maybe a litte move of some areas like the suite restaurant plus adding an outdoor space. Suite sun deck seems to be on top of the Solarium including a whirl pool and bar. But no enclosed suite complex like the others have.

 

steamboats

 

Yep, just marketing since suite deck isn't attached to SL/CK area. 

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3 hours ago, twangster said:

Suite sun deck to have a "plunge pool". 

 

I assume it's this in the starboard corner of the sun deck.

 

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1 hour ago, Lloyd555 said:

 

I assume it's this in the starboard corner of the sun deck.

 

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Below the sun deck, does that look like balcony suites? That's really odd placement of staterooms there. 

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1 hour ago, Ethanol95 said:

Below the sun deck, does that look like balcony suites? That's really odd placement of staterooms there. 

 

Yes, it's a balcony suite.

 

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31 minutes ago, Ethanol95 said:

I don't this exists on any other oasis class ship right?

 

Correct.  The deck 17/18/19 suite neighborhood is new and unique to Wonder (so far). 

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Now the question that comes to mind...

 

The renderings above with the plunge pool are part of the deck 18 suite neighborhood but what about the traditional deck 17 forward suite sun deck found on other OA class?

 

It still shows this area on the deck plans but isn't labelled.

 

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