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How Are Quantum of the Seas Staterooms Constructed?

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The company which actually makes the cabins was founded in 2007 but has now become part of Meyer Werft and is the only company which makes cabins for the ship building company which is based in Papenburg, Germany.

The video shows a car like production facility but without all the robot arms! Each stateroom is put together in the highest level possible. The cabins are built away from the cruise ship and are then slotted into the vessel at the right time.

EmsPreCab does everything within the cabin including the carpets and bathrooms fittings. Everything is tested well and the company also handles connecting the cabins to Quantum of the Seas.

Quantum of the Seas is to be delivered to Royal Caribbean by November this year after Meyer Werft has completed construction. A second ship named Anthem of the Seas is also expected to be delivered by April 2015. Both ships will be 167,800 gross tonnage and carry over 4,000 passengers each.

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