News, Refurbishments

Wave Makeovers for the Summer Surge with Royal Caribbean

When you’re the largest cruise line in the world, your attractions get a ton of use. For Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, keeping their attractions in top-notch shape is a high priority to ensure the world-class service their guests expect. With a record breaking summer ahead, RCCL took advantage of the time in between seasons to prepare for the surge. During this downtime our after sales team completed three major dry dock projects on Royal Caribbean’s Independence, Mariner, and Symphony of the Seas. 

The work done to ships consisted of upgrading the existing waves to improve performance, reliability, and make them look brand NEW. The 2023 dry-dock season took place in Cadiz, Spain, and involved a team of experts from around the world. This team included FlowRider specialists from the US, UK, and Australia, who worked together to ensure that the upgrades to four waves across three different ships were completed in just three weeks. 

FlowRider wave machine on RCCL cruise ship

These refurbishments serve as a testament to Royal Caribbean’s commitment to delivering outstanding customer service and ensuring that passengers have an unforgettable experience on board. From new ships to future refurbishments, we look forward to all that’s to come in our legacy partnership with RCCL. 

Stay tuned for their launch of the world’s largest cruise ship, Icon of the Seas in January of 2024!

Looking to give your wave the makeover it deserves? You can contact our industry leading after sales team here: