The world's most intelligent ship cruises into Asia

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Asian cruise passenger volume almost doubled to almost 1.4 million in 2014, from 775,000 in 2012, according to a report by the Cruise Lines International Association. There is no doubt that the Asia Pacific region from Beijing through Sydney, through Auckland, through Singapore, is the fastest growing cruise section, said Gavin Smith, Senior Vice President of Royal Caribbean’s International division.

The German-built ship looms large at 1,141 feet, more than triple the length of a soccer pitch. The current in Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class, a fleet of high-tech ships, the liner made its stopover in Singapore on Wednesday.

Travelers who head to the ship’s bar would be met with bionic mixologists, robotic arms that can make and serve 2 cocktails a minute for more than 4,900 passengers the ship is developed to carry. They can likewise attempt the world’s very first simulated sky diving experience offered at sea, or while away the hours in the largest indoor sports and entertainment space amongst Royal Caribbean’s entire fleet. The ship has 2090 spaces, of which 1,571 have terraces, while the interior cabins are fitted with almost 7-foot-tall HD TV screens that serve as virtual verandas, offering real-time views of the ocean. For a bird’s eye view, there is an observation pill that rises and rotates 300 feet above sea level, providing guests with 360-degree visibility.

The 24/7 Wi-Fi service matches internet speeds on land, the company said in a press release.

Ovation of the Seas is also fitted with power-efficient functions consisting of energy-saving home appliances and a wastewater system that discharges purified water.

Singapore, which has passions of becoming a cruise hub in Southeast Asia, saw passenger traffic rise 14 percent in 2015, according to the Singapore Tourism Board.

Over the next 3 to four years, we are quite optimistic that we could see a five to 8 percent compounded yearly growth rate for the travelling market in Singapore, stated Annie Chang, Director of Cruise Development for the city state’s tourist company.

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