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Singapore Shipyard Starts $54M Cruise Ship Facelift

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Rhapsody of Seas: Credit Wikipedia CCL Fletcher6

Rhapsody of Seas: Credit Wikipedia CCL Fletcher6

Singapore's Sembawang Dockyard takes on month-long refit to Rhapsody of tne Seas.


Royal Caribbean International's Rhapsody of the Seas today entered Sembawang Shipyard (a subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine Ltd.) in Singapore to begin a month-long, $54 million drydocking, where she will undergo a major revitalization and emerge with an array of new amenities. The ship revitalization is the largest of its kind ever to take place in Singapore and will employ more than 800 local workers from the region.


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