The Quantum of the Seas will be based out of Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey for 6 months before heading to China. Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ship will sail a few short 2-3 night preview cruises before embarking on 7-11 night cruises to the Bahamas and the Caribbean.
Cruise Fever will be on one of the preview sailings doing a complete review and video tour of the Quantum of the Seas highlighting the new features that the ship brings to the cruise industry.
One of the biggest changes that the Quantum of the Seas brings is Dynamic Dining. Dynamic Dining is a new dining concept by Royal Caribbean that does away with main dining rooms and formal nights. Instead of main dining rooms, passengers can choose from a variety of complimentary restaurants including one that requires formal attire. There will also be a host of specialty restaurants so guests will have a wide range of options for dinner.
All photos courtesy of Royal Caribbean International.