Cruise News Royal Caribbean Adds Charges to Popular Activities on Quantum of the Seas

Royal Caribbean Adds Charges to Popular Activities on Quantum of the Seas

Royal Caribbean has begun to add charges to two popular attractions on Quantum of the Seas according to a report by RoyalCaribbeanBlog.com.

The first charge will be for Ripcord by iFly, the first sky diving simulator at sea.  A one minute session on this ground breaking feature will be $26.

The second attraction that will no longer be complimentary is North Star, a pod that rises to over 300 feet over the cruise ship and ocean offering spectacular views.  A ride on North Star will now be $20 per passenger for all cruises out of Shanghai, China.  These new charges will go into effect on December 30, 2015.

These new fees will only apply to Quantum of the Seas, North Star and Ripcord by iFly on Anthem of the Seas will continue to be complimentary according to RoyalCaribbean.com.  Cruise Fever would love to hear your thoughts and opinions on these new charges by Royal Caribbean.  Would you pay these new fees if it meant not having to wait in line?

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Cruise News Royal Caribbean Adds Charges to Popular Activities on Quantum of the Seas

3 COMMENTS

  1. These two attractions are why you would choose the ship. I think it is wrong as all the fun of unlimited activities is lost. We can’t all afford it. Mind you the ifly is apparently booked out for the whole cruise as soon as the ship leaves port as it only runs for a few hours each day.

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