Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas sets sail to some of the most desirable destinations in the Caribbean, and the Bahamas. So, don’t be surprised if you find that the top itineraries to these areas take place aboard the ocean liner.
With so many people wanting to cruise to the Caribbean and the Bahamas, it makes sense that Royal Caribbean would send one of its most massive ships to voyage the regions. Quantum of the Seas is a huge vessel that has the capacity to escort more than 4,000 passengers to these gorgeous locales and more.
Quantum of the Seas features groundbreaking design, and innovative amenities, all meant to keep you entertained on long journeys. She’s a vessel that offers plenty of gathering spaces, dozens of restaurants, several open decks to soak up dynamic views, and many other perks for a cruise of a lifetime. Whether you prefer relaxing all day in your casual clothes on deck, or getting dressed up for formal evenings out, you’ll be able to have the cruise experience you want on Quantum of the Seas.
Cruises on Quantum of the Seas leave from the ship’s homeport in Bayonne, New Jersey and make seven to 12-night excursions through exciting ports of call like San Juan and Nassau. Each destination that Quantum of the Seas sails to offers thrills that can make a vacation an experience to remember forever. When you cruise Quantum of the Seas, you’ll be able to visit several private places that other cruise line’s can’t take you to, such as scenic and tranquil beaches that are only accessible by Royal Caribbean passengers.
Quantum of the Seas offers the most flexible dining options of all Royal Caribbean ships. The vessel has more specialty restaurants than any ocean liner in Royal Caribbean’s fleet, including a gourmet marketplace called the Café @ Two70 and a SeaPlex food truck that serves up snacks as you play on deck.
Bars and Clubs
Sailing on Quantum of the Seas means you can experience Royal Caribbean’s first ice bar, which is encased by a large and dramatic spiraling staircase and serves drinks in a real-ice setting. At the ice bar, you’ll be able to watch a combination of live performers and aerialists, and immerse yourself into a complete sensory experience with digital projections.
Out on Quantum of the Seas’ decks, travelers play basketball, swim in one of the ship’s many pools, soak in whirlpools, watch movies on a 220-foot pool-side screen, play in a FlowRider surf simulator, and climb a rock wall. Inside the ship, more activities are available like gambling in a casino, watching Broadway-style shows, getting massages in a spa, going roller skating, and even attending circus school.
If you want to find out everything there is to know about Quantum of the Seas, visit Royal Caribbean’s website. You can check out upcoming itineraries and even book cruises from the site too.