Quantum of the Seas

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Royal Caribbean Quantum
Royal Caribbean Quantum

The Quantum of the Seas cruise liner has gained plenty of attention since it was christened in Manhattan on April 13, 2013 with the help of its official godmother, Kristin Chenoweth. Part of the Royal Caribbean fleet, this behemoth of a vessel has made especially big waves within the cruise industry with its articulating observation arm. Inspired by the Millennium Eye in London, this observation arm, or North Star, as it is known, hoists as many as 13 passengers high into the sky for panoramic views. This is just the start when it comes to the Quantum of the Seas’ many amazing features. Add in the entertainment options at the ship’s various ports of call, and a voyage aboard the Quantum of the Seas becomes even more enticing.

Quantum of the Seas Rooms

Quantum of the Seas Rooms
Quantum of the Seas Rooms

The Quantum of the Seas measures 1,141 feet in length and can accommodate up to 4,180 passengers. All of the Quantum of the Seas rooms boast an attractive, modern style and are equipped with such standard fixtures as a television, a phone, a private bath, a shower, a vanity, and a hair dryer. Additional amenities vary according to the room in question and can include such things as a mini refrigerator, a radio, a safe, and a balcony. For value-minded passengers, the interior rooms that lack windows to the outside world are the most budget-friendly accommodations. To make up for the lack of true windows, the interior rooms have virtual balconies that display images of the scenery outside. If a window that affords real views of the passing scenery is a must, there are outside rooms with small windows, as well as balcony units. At the very top of the spectrum are the deluxe room and suites. In addition to balconies, these accommodations come with a variety of added perks that can include such things as complimentary concierge service and a baby grand piano. Many of the deluxe rooms and suites have multiple rooms. Not to miss out on the growing trend of solo cruisers, the Quantum of the Seas also offers a small number of “studio” rooms that are designed for single occupancy.

Quantum of the Seas Attractions

Quantum of the Seas Attractions
Quantum of the Seas Attractions

Thanks to ships like the Quantum of the Seas, today’s cruise passengers can have just as much fun on board as they can at their intended ports of call. Among the attraction highlights for the Quantum of the Seas is the aforementioned North Star observation arm, which extends up to 300 feet above sea level and allows for amazing views. Other features of this awe-inspiring ship include, but aren’t limited to, a skydiving simulator, a surfing simulator, a full-service spa, swimming pools, hot tubs, a kids’ water park, a casino, shops, a live music venue, a 220-foot poolside movie screen, a zip line, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an ice rink, a jogging track, a miniature golf course, an inspired collection of restaurants and bars, and the Two70° lounge. The Two70° lounge, it should be noted, serves as a great place to relax and maybe read a book during the day. At night, it becomes a performing arts venue and ice bar that plays host to spectacular aerial shows.

Deck Plan

Quantum of the Seas Deck Plan
Quantum of the Seas Deck Plan

The Quantum of the Seas has no less than 16 decks. Thanks to the vast array of facilities and amenities that are spread out over these decks, the ship is more akin to a floating city than it is your average boat. While most of the areas on the different decks cater to kids and adults alike, there are certain areas that are geared towards children specifically or that have an adults-only atmosphere. This allows the Quantum of the Seas to better meet its guests’ vacation expectations.

Quantum of the Seas Itinerary

No discussion about the dazzling Quantum of the Seas would be complete without offering some insight into the cruise ship’s itineraries. These itineraries vary and are subject to change depending on the season or year, so this information is just intended to be a general guideline. From its most common embarkation point in Cape Liberty, New Jersey, the Quantum of the Seas sets its courses for the Caribbean. Stops are made in such destinations as Puerto Rico, Haiti, the Bahamas, and the island of St. Thomas. Other examples of possible embarkation points and ports of call include Southampton, England and Port Canaveral, Florida. The length of the Quantum of the Seas cruises also vary, so this is something else to consider when trying to find the voyage that best suits your interests.

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