Cruise NewsQuantum of the Seas Float Out Pictures & Video

Quantum of the Seas Float Out Pictures & Video

Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas is the most anticipated new cruise ship in 2014.  This new class of ship by Royal Caribbean will be the most innovated and technologically advanced cruise ship that has ever been built.  The ship is scheduled to be completed in November 2014 and will be based out of the New York City region for six months before heading over to China.

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This past week, the Quantum of the Seas was floated out for the first time so the finishing touches can be added to the ship. This will also provide the room needed in the ship yard for Quantum’s sister ship, the Anthem of the Seas, to be completed.  All pictures and videos are courtesy of Royal Caribbean International.

 

RipCord by iFly on the Quantum
RipCord by iFly on the Quantum
The Anthem of the Seas floats in 2 parts while the Quantum of the Seas is floated out.
The Anthem of the Seas floats in 2 parts while the Quantum of the Seas is floated out.
The aft on the Quantum of the Seas.
The aft on the Quantum of the Seas.
A cutaway of the Quantum of the Seas
A cutaway of the Quantum of the Seas

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  1. personally I love being in a aft cabin. BUT this ship makes it seem as if only suites will be available there. and I also love the cruise ships that do not hold over 2500 to 300 passengers. I guess I will be good until they phase them all out.

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