Royal Caribbean have just announced their decision to trademark three ship names to assign to one or all of their four unnamed ships on order
The line’s choices include Phenom of the Seas, Gallant of the Seas and Eon of the Seas; all three names have been registered through the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
The names were all submitted on September 4th 2018 which means it has been fourteen months since Royal also trademarked the names Apex of the Seas and Joy of the Seas.
The line will launch its fifth Quantum-class ship in 2020, its fifth Oasis-class ship in 2021, and in 2022, its first in a “Icon” class that will be powered by liquefied natural gas and use fuel cell technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
A second Icon-class ship is expected to be delivered in 2024.
Other ship names trademarked by the line but are yet to be used include Valhalla of the Seas, Sunrise of the Seas, Icon of the Seas, Emblem of the Seas, Apex of the Seas and Joy of the Seas.
Spectrum of the Seas will be Royal Caribbean‘s next ship to launch in 2019 as the line’s first in its Quantum-Ultra class.
It will carry 4,100 guests at double occupancy with features that include the SkyPad, North Star and Splashaway Cafe.
What do you think of Royal Caribbean‘s trademarked names? Is Eon of the Seas a name you’d like to see emblazoned on the side of a Royal vessel? Do you have any better ideas for ship names? Leave us your comments below!
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