Royal Caribbean International said the Ultimate Family Suite on its upcoming Spectrum of the Seas will have a bathroom that is cantilevered over the side of the ship.

Royal Caribbean released a rendering of the bathroom, along with other features of the Quantum Plus-class ship, which will debut in Shanghai in June 2019.

The duplex Ultimate Family Suite was introduced on the Symphony of the Seas this year at 1,346 square feet. It sleeps a maximum of eight guests.

On the Spectrum, the suite will expand to 2,809 square feet and accommodate 11 guests. It will have three bedrooms, including a master with a bathroom that extends over the side of the ship.

The rendering of the bathroom shows five floor-to-ceiling windows with pull down shades. There is a large saucer-shaped tub, dual sinks and a contemporary, curvy lounger. A shower area with a rain shower and a second sculptural shower element is separated from the rest of the bath area by a decorative panel.

The Spectrum will also be the first Royal Caribbean ship to have a private enclave of suites on the forward parts of Decks 13 through 16.  Guests will have keycard access, a private elevator and a dedicated restaurant and lounge. They will also have access to the Balcony -- a private outdoor space for sunbathing and relaxing -- and the Boutique, a shopping area where travelers can book private shopping experiences.

Royal Caribbean says the 4,246-passenger Spectrum will be the largest ship sailing in Asia.

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