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Royal Caribbean orders third Quantum-class ship

Royal Caribbean announced today that they have ordered a third Quantum-class ship from Germany’s Meyer Werft shipyard and the vessel is slated for delivery in mid-2016. Quantum of the Seas is currently under construction and is scheduled to debut…

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Quantum of the Seas what’s new, what’s missing

A mechanical arm with pod that lifts guests 300 feet above the water, skydiving, bumper cars, a circus school, and inside staterooms with virtual video balconies. These are just some of the cruise ship firsts that will be onboard…

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Quantum of the Seas to have skydiving, bumper cars, and pod that lifts guests 300 feet above sea!

Royal Caribbean International today unveiled first details of the next generation of cruise vacations – Quantum cruising. The Quantum class of ships will take a dramatic leap forward, introducing more game-changing “firsts at sea” such as a skydiving experience,…

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Royal Caribbean silences skeptics with Allure of the Seas

By Anita Dunham-Potter (editor@www.expertcruiser.com) Last December, Royal Caribbean International introduced Oasis of the Seas, at the time the world’s largest cruise ship spanning 16 decks, encompassing 220,000 gross registered tons and, with all berths filled holds 6,200 passengers. Back…

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Live ‘Tweets’ from Allure of the Seas

It’s nearly the size of the Empire State Building if you tipped it on its side, longer than four football fields – Allure of the Seas surpasses its sister ship Oasis Of The Seas by two feet to become…

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BIG cruise day in St. Thomas

Seven of the world’s largest cruise ships are docked in St. Thomas today – Oasis of the Seas and Carnival Dream (both on first visits), Celebrity Millennium, Sea Princess, Norwegian Pearl, Costa Atlantica, and Sea Dream One. Interestingly, local…

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