Quantum Class ships are truly like nothing else at sea. With ground breaking new ‘first at sea’ features, such as North Star, a viewing platform 300ft above the waves. You will be blown away.
The newest class of the ships from Royal Caribbean and the most technologically-advanced cruise ships on the open seas – the Quantum Class vessels are truly the next generation of cruising. With intelligent and innovative features laden throughout the design of the ships, the Quantum Class ships are dedicated to providing the most intuitive and personal cruise experiences to date.
The Second sister in the class, Anthem of the Seas, is spending her first season and foreseeable future sailing around Western Europe and the Mediterranean out of her homeport of Southampton, UK.
A third ship, Ovation of the Seas, is planned for launch in mid-2016 – although details about the ships itineraries are yet to be released.The Quantum Class of ships feature a wide range of world first features including the first ever skydiving simulator at sea and the stunning NorthStar Observation Pod – capable of lifting passengers 300ft above sea level, offering incomparable views and seascapes high above the ships.
Also debuting on the ships is the Bionic Bar – a bar tendered by robot mixologists, expertly crafting all your favourite cocktails, and the Two70° - a three deck lounge offering panoramic 270° views during the day and performances such as nouveau-cirque style shows at night.
The ships also benefit from the fastest internet speeds available on currently operating cruise ships. Utilising technologies from O3b Networks, the ships are capable of offering similar speeds to shore-based providers – allowing passengers to stream videos, live chat with family members and peruse the internet at their leisure.
Continuing Royal Caribbean’s dedication to providing choice and freedom to their passengers, the Quantum of the Seas was the first ship in the whole fleet to debut Dynamic Dining – a service which allowed guests to choose from a range of all-inclusive restaurants in which to dine every night. With five main restaurants and six additional smaller eateries including in the service, guests can enjoy a wide variety of complimentary cuisines.
Currently Royal Caribbean’s second largest class of ships in operation, the Quantum Class vessels each have a maximum occupancy of 4,905 passengers.