MJM Marine to outfit public spaces onboard Utopia of the Seas

The Royal Caribbean International ship is due to debut in spring 2024

MJM Marine to outfit public spaces onboard Utopia of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

Utopia of the Seas will sail three to four-night voyages to The Bahamas in 2024

By Laura Hyde |

Outfitting firm MJM Marine is preparing to begin work on interior public spaces onboard Royal Caribbean International’s newest Oasis-class ship, Utopia of the Seas.

The project will be carried out at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. MJM Marine will work on key public spaces, including the Utopia Playscape area, the food truck concept, the Pesky Parrot Bar, a Starbucks, and a venue that will host an immersive dining experience.

Announcing the project on social media, MJM Marine said: “The talented team of MJM are hard at work [on this project], shaping the future of cruising. Our journey with the Oasis-class ships has been nothing short of amazing, from being trusted with the original delivery of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas in 2009, to being the lead outfitter during that vessel’s dry docks in 2014 and 2019 to the dazzling Allure of the Seas in 2015. We have also been instrumental in a mix of newbuild and conversion areas on the other Royal Caribbean beauties: Harmony, Symphony and Wonder of the Seas. With the current work now ongoing on Utopia of the Seas, we're taking cruising to a whole new level of accessibility and adventure.”

Utopia of the Seas will be the first LNG-powered ship to debut offering three to four-night voyages sailing to Nassau and Perfect Day at CocoCay, Royal Caribbean’s private island, both in The Bahamas, from its homeport of Port Canaveral in Florida.

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