One of the largest cruise ships in the world, the Quantum-class Quantum of the Seas was launched in 2014. Like many of the Royal Caribbean Int. megaships, it offers an incredible, resort-like experience at sea, with cutting-edge activities and entertainment to suit the whole family.
There are a number of four or five-night itineraries available aboard Quantum of the Seas. Although routes vary slightly, they depart from Shanghai and visit the Japanese islands. In Fukuoka, passengers can explore the legend of the samurai, while a trip to Okinawa enables guests to try the famous, uniquely healthy cuisine of this island.
Quantum of the Seas measures 1,141 feet and carries about 4,216 passengers and 1,500 crew. Of the 2,090 cabins onboard, 1,570 have balconies. All the inside staterooms have virtual balconies, which are floor-to-ceiling flat screens showing real-time ocean views. Each spacious cabin includes a hairdryer, safe, and refrigerator/mini-bar. There are a number of family suites and interconnecting cabins.
From the production of "Mamma Mia!" at the theater to bumper cars and a roller-skating rink, this ship is absolutely packed with options to keep the whole family happy and busy. There are three pools, one of which is adults-only, and the H2O Zone for kids, with a wave pool and splash pool.
The cruise ship also features a skydiving simulator, surf simulator, rock climbing wall, and the North Star glass observation pod, which rises 300 feet above sea level to offer stunning panoramic views. There's also a spa, enormous fitness center, and two-floor kids' zone, with a Dreamworks theme to add to the dynamic attractions available on board.