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  1. Matt says:

    Great ideas. With the economy playing a part now, I’m really curious as to what the final design will look like

  2. Liam says:

    I agree, especially since RCI have announced plans to make changes to the rest of the fleet, in-line with the Oasis class.

  3. Von says:

    I wonder if the shape of the ship will be different. Give us something to inspire, awe and even charm us! My son wants to see a ship that looks like the old schooners. He’s ‘bored’ with the present shape/appearance of cruise ships.

  4. crociereuk says:

    It would be nice if these vessels were shaped differntly however I doubt it Royal Caribbean vessels have a strong design pedigree which is more of a continous evolution than revoloution.

  5. Florian says:


    the bow thrusters are at a wrong position in your design.
    at the moment the bow thrusters are in the forepeak tank…that’s not possible^^
    do it a bit back to the next compartment, if you want a correct design^^

    best regards

  6. Cookie says:

    RCI says an their blog (www.answeritroyally.com/blog) that they will take the best things from Oasis and put them on the ship. Also, they stated that they will put new things for the fleet onboard. Hopefully a water slide. I also predict that new dining will be onboard.

  1. 28/07/2011

    […] we expect that RCI’s Project Sunshine will incorporate some form of hybrid technology. Check our blog here, about what we are expecting from Project Sunshine. The cruise industry is likely to wait and see how the commercial ferry operators & Viking […]

  2. 15/10/2011

    […] certainly feature on Royal Caribbean’s new ‘Project Sunshine’- class ships. (We have a blog for that). However only 53% of cabins have a balcony, and only 63% of cabins are outside. I would expect […]

  3. 12/12/2011

    […] believe this slogan may have something to do with the new Project Sunshine, with the Project Sunshine being a larger concept of the Radience Class. With a focus on a more traditional cruising […]

  4. 09/08/2012

    […] Another image popped up on the web a few months ago of another rumored design of the Project Sunshine. This time it was a full-blown side shot of the ship. The most noticeable feature though is the close resemblance to Celebrity’s Cruises Solstice class. The ship features a very similar tiered back with a similar bow to the Solstice Class, but it does look nice. Also noticeable is the return of the glass walled Centrum which hopefully features elevators overlooking the ocean. The glass elevators on the Radiance Class were a cool and innovative way to connect cruisers to the ocean as they glide up to the Lido deck, and I would love to see these elevators return. In fact, on my recent Mariner of the Seas cruise, I asked a crew member if there would be a glass Centrum on the Project Sunshine ships and he replied saying I can’t say, then smiled at me. Whatever the case, this second design doesn’t seem to feature any new exterior features, but maybe the interior does. Regardless, this design is a nice change for Royal Caribbean and I would love to see more open air spaces along with the glass Centrum on board the Project Sunshine ships. Option #2 (Photo: CrociereUK) […]

  5. 29/08/2012

    […] Option #2 (Photo: CrociereUK) […]

  6. 06/01/2013

    […] Option #2 (Photo: CrociereUK) […]

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