Quantum Of The Seas Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

Quantum of the Seas Overview

Length Overall1142 Feet(348 meters)
Under Flag ofBahamas
Built ByMeyer Werft
Width (Beam)161 feet(49 meters)
Tonnage167800 Gross Ton
Year Built2014
Cost to Build at Time$935,000,000
Owner and/or Operated byRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
Speed in Knots/mph22 knots, 25 mph
Number of Passengers4162 – 4819
Number of Crew1300
Decks16
Decks with Cabins9

If you are expecting your standard run-of-the-mill cruise for your next vacation, look elsewhere. Quantum of the Seas was design to go where no cruise ship has ever gone before. It is more than achieved that with its abundance of amenities. When it comes to fun and excitement, this luxury cruise is truly a cut above the competition.

Quantum of the Seas

For example, there are a few ships that let you simulate the feel of catching a wave and surfing the ocean. But, no ship before Quantum of the Seas gave guests the chance to simulate a skydive. Located at the top of the ship, Quantum’s RipCord allows guests to experience the wind in their face from the safety of an air chamber. A truly unique experience. If you like to see the ocean from a height, that is an option too. Quantum of the Seas’ North Star can lift you out entirely over the ocean at 300 feet in the air. This gives you an un-match view of your surroundings.

Departure and Destination Information

Royal Carribean Quantum of the Seas:

The 4,819 passenger Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas is owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

RCI , a cruise line company established in Norway and currently based in Miami, Florida .

Quantum of the Seas cruise plan is based on 4- and 5-day Asia roundtrip cruises from Shanghai and Hong Kong.

The ship sails under the flag of Bahamas.

 

 

 

 

 

Quantum of the Seas Amenities

But the one-of-a-kind experiences that are part of your cruise price do not stop there. Remember how much fun the bumper cars were at your local fair every year? Quantum of the Seas gives you the chance to relive that past enjoyment. This ship has the first bumper car arena to grace the seas. During the day, the arena changes to allow full-court basketball games, table tennis, and food trucks to satisfy your appetite. If you can imagine it, there is a good chance Quantum of the Seas has already thought of it.

Speaking of food, 15 restaurants aboard this ship mean that you will always have plenty of options available to satisfy even the most discerning palates in your party. From doughnuts to sushi to pizza to the Windjammer Buffet and the main dining room. You will never be lacking for the meals you crave.

The ship comes with luxury staterooms and large balconies, giving you your own personal slice of paradise for the length of your family cruise. If you are ready to experience something you can not find anywhere else, it is time to make plans to sail with Quantum of the Seas. Book a cruise on our next voyage soon!

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