Royal Caribbean International, which is also famous for the exceptional ship Oasis of the Seas, is already organizing the first official voyage of their newest luxury ship Quantum of the Seas on November 2. She recently traveled from the Meyer Werft docks in Germany, where she was made, to the Netherlands, and then moves to the United Kingdom, from where her official transoceanic voyage begins. The customer will pay accordingly for the unique experience that the ship will provide. The unique advantage, however, is that despite the luxury that the ship offers and its size, only cabins with sea views are on offer. All the space in the ship, spread over 16 decks, is designed to offer passengers the greatest comfort.
Quantum of the Seas belongs to the new class of Quantum ships. Next year will be the Anthem of the Seas, more precisely in the spring of 2015. Quantum has a total of 18 decks, of which 16 decks are usable for clients and regular staff, weighs 167,800 tons and has a capacity of 4,180 guests. Her home port will be New York – Cape of Liberty.
Accommodation and services
Visitors and passengers in one have comfortable accommodation of various types. There is even a loft, two-storey accommodation, or large apartments with luxury room equipment. Everything is here for people. The family-oriented offer has children’s animations, and even the ship works directly with the DreamWorks film studio (Shrek, Madagascar, etc.), whose characters beautify the children’s world. The options are complemented by a varied selection of bars, lounges, restaurants and also spaces for various performances and animation programs. Fitness, whirlpools, saunas and spa treatments enhance the comfort
Entertainment and leisure
How else to fill the free time on the boat, if not an entertaining program. Climbing wall and climbing competitions are nothing compared to swimming pools and artificial waves on which you can surf. For lovers of skydiving and free fall, there is an iFLY tunnel in which you can enjoy a free fall simulation in controlled safety. Another attraction that can be seen from a distance and the boat you are guaranteed to recognize is the North Star. The arm, which is located on the highest deck, has a capsule at its end, which can accommodate about 20 people and after lifting will offer a unique view at 300 meters above sea level of the entire ship and the surrounding area from a unique angle. Seeing a huge ship from such a place is an extraordinary experience. Part of the area for young people’s entertainment is a games room with XBOX ONE games. The Internet should be available even during the entire voyage, which is exceptional and for Slovaks addicted to the connection rather a minus. Of interest are the robotic arms, which prepare drinks in the bar according to your ideas. They replaced the bartender’s job, but people have something to look forward to. To make sure the upgrade doesn’t end there, you can download a free app to your phone that lets you communicate with the ship, plan and book dates for attractions, or view details about the ship and its capabilities.
Her first voyage on November 2, 2014 departs from Southampton, UK, bound for Cape Liberty in New Jersey near New York (USA). The transatlantic voyage will take 7 days. The price for this date and route ranges from 1349 USD. The price includes all the luxuries, except for various minor attractions and specialties in the á la carte restaurant, or transfers and excursions, if on other cruises the ship stops on the islands and you want to get to know them in detail. From 18 November to 21 November, the second voyage of the ship with passengers on board will be a 3-day voyage to the open Atlantic Ocean and return. Those interested in this trip at Cape Liberty Harbor in New Jersey will pay from $ 754 or more. The third sailing of the ship will bring a few days of experience at a similar price. The fourth voyage of the Quantum of the Seas will run from 23 November and end on 1 December. Passengers will travel from Cape Liberty to Port Canaveral in Florida and also visit the Bahamas at the ports of Cococay and Nassau. A full cruise on the Caribbean does not come until December 1, when it is possible to experience a stop in the capital of Puerto Rico after three days of sailing from New Jersey at prices starting from 1799 USD. Martinique, Barbados and St. Maarten Kitts, followed by a trip back to New Jersey.