Quantum of the Seas is one the biggest cruise ships in the world. It has a length of 347.08 meters (1,139 ft.) and a capacity of 168,666 GT. As far as I watched it from the videos and prospects, it seems to have achieved the ultimate step in technology. This magnificent boat is owned by Royal Caribbean International, a Miami based cruising conglomerate who went public. This is managed by the Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, who along the 23 ships owned by Royal Caribbean International, manages its partners: Celebrity Cruises with 11 ships, Pullmantur with 5 ships, Azamara Club Cruises with 2 ships, CDF Croisieres de France with 1 ship, plus a 50 percent interest in TUI Cruises with its 2 ships.
[source of all pics: Royal Caribbean International]
Video of Quantum of the Seas (by Verge)
In this video, the most important thing is the interview inside it. It is stated that Quantum of the Seas started a new era for cruising lines. They are not anymore for rich elders or retired people enjoying their last hundred meters on the voyage of their lifetime. Quantum of the Seas is designed to accommodate younger people as well, and that is giving by the continuous WI-FI wherever the ship is, and the dynamic sports you can practice: rock climbing or skydiving. Also, almost like in the movie Passengers, there are robots serving at a cocktail bar, even only as an experiment.
Royal Caribbean seeks a novice kind of cruiser, a person who never before have spent their week-long vacation on a boat. To make everything easier, you wear an NFC-enabled wristband that lets you into your room, lets you pay for drinks, and lets you book meals and entertainment just by tapping your wrist. You can check in before you ever get to the ship and track your luggage as it makes its journey to your room.
Quantum of the Seas can accommodate a maximum number of 4,905 passengers. It has 16 decks, and all the staterooms has balconies or virtual balconies, meaning that all the interior staterooms feature a floor-to-ceiling 80 inch HD TV screen showing live views from the outside of the ship.
WI-FI is only $15/day, and a cruise ticket range from $389 to $5,803 per person per cruise, but additional taxes may apply. Also you have to have some pocket money with you, it’s still normal.
This article is not an advertisement. I was glad to show you this magnificent vessel which is not aboat, it’s a ship, as the guy from Verge said in the video. I hope you like it and I’m curious about what you think. Have a nice day, you all, have a nice life :).
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