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Quantum of the Seas Construction Taking Shape

Quantum of the Seas is taking shape at the Meyer Weft shipyards in Germany.

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Royal Caribbean have released a video showing how the cruise lines upcoming ship the Quantum of the Seas is taking shape. The new class ship is still in its early stages of construction at the Meyer Weft shipyards in Germany.

In the video you can see some important parts of the hull coming together including the aft of the ship. It will be a new innovative class and will re-shape the cruise industry once again. Quantum of the Seas will be 167,800 tons and will be able to carry 4,180 passengers, it;s not as big as the Oasis class ships but instead does offer some amazingly new features. The ship is expected to be launched by November 2014.


So who can’t wait for the ship to be completed? Will you be booking a cruise on Quantum of the Seas? Let us know in the comments below.

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