Bumper cars, indoor skydiving, a capsule that lifts you 300 feet above the sea, a flying trapeze – all just a few things that were revealed today aboard Royal Caribbean’s upcoming 4,180-guest Quantum of the Seas – reminiscent of a floating Carnival or Circus at sea.
Three new signature-areas were revealed today:
Two70, an area on the back of the ship that spans three decks and gives an unrestricted 270 degree view of the ocean by day and transforms to a nightly entertainment venue by evening.
In SeaPlex guests can experience a circus school with flying trapeze, or play basketball on a full-size regulation basketball court, bumper cars or dance to a DJ.
Music Hall is the place for guests to enjoy intimate and exclusive access to live performances, DJs, theme night parties, billiards and more. Rebellious and edgy, Music Hall’s two-story design is inspired by the spirit of rock and roll.
Staterooms aboard the upcoming ship will be larger than Oasis of the Seas and every stateroom will have a virtual balcony that brings a digital balcony display in-cabin.
Quantum class will debut in fall 2014 with Quantum of the Seas and will sail out of the New York Harbor from her homeport of Cape Liberty on seven- to 12-night itineraries.
More details will be revealed soon.
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