Royal Caribbean has announced in a social media message that the ‘Independence of the Seas’ will drydock in April 2018 to undergo a major rebuild.
The cruise line posted the following message on its ‘Crown and Anchor’ Facebook page announcing the new features planned for the cruise ship: “We’re excited to share that Royal Caribbean International’s ‘Independence of the Seas’ will receive a bow-to-stern makeover in April, 2018.
“During the revitalisation, the ship will receive several new features, including a trampoline park, water slides, escape rooms, and laser tag. These ideas were proposed by travel agents in the UK and Ireland as part of a contest held with Travel Weekly UK. Stay tuned for more details!”
The 4,370 pax 154,000 gt ‘Independence of the Seas’ has been in service since 2008.