Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Quantum Changes for Cruisers


Royal Caribbean International® unveils a Quantum leap forward in cruising. With newly designed staterooms, innovative features, and transformative venues, Royal Caribbean's newest ship, Quantum of the Seas, elevates cruising to an entirely new level. Sailing Fall 2014 from the New York area.

Quantum of the Seas

Reasons Why You've Never Gone on a Cruise ...

I'd be bored on a cruise ...  There's nothing to do on a cruise ship ...  Cruising is for old people...

If those myths haven't already been shot down by other Royal Caribbean cruise ships such as the two largest ships at sea, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, certainly the latest ship, Quantum of the Seas will definitely knock a home run out of the park so to speak.

Complete This Sentence I would go on a cruise if I could ....

Take a ride over the ship in the NORTH STAR SM more than 300 feet above sea level.   Can you just imagine the view from that high up?   If that doesn't satisfy your urge to sore, then try sky-diving onboard the ship.  This new feature was inspired by the London Eye, but you don't need to go overseas to get a birds-eye view. 

Fly like a bird ...

Have you ever wanted to experience the sensation of flying through the air, but didn't have the guts to step outside of a perfectly good airplane?

Well onboard Quantum of the Seas, you can satisfy your desires in this industry first sky-diving simulator at sea.

Enjoy some friendly competition ... 

Maybe you'd like to step inside the rink for some bumper cars or roller skating, both industry firsts? Quantum of the Seas has all your favorites, that you've grown to love about the Royal Caribbean brand, plus so much more.

Hopefully we've peaked your interest in cruising a bit for those that haven't given cruising a try before. We're certain that experienced cruisers can't wait to experience what this new ship has to offer as well. Explore our microsite to watch videos and learn more about this new ship sailing next year.

Visit our Quantum of the Seas Microsite

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