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Royal Caribbean Releases New Photos of Quantum of the Seas

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Below is a collection of photos and images of the upcoming vessel including a new rendering showing the inside spaces which passengers will get to enjoy once it’s completed by the Meyer Werft shipyard by November 2015.

At the moment the 167,800 ton ship is berthed next to the shipyard complex ready to makes it way through the Ems River. Quantum of the Seas will then commence sea trials including propulsion systems. The final phase of the completion will then begin with all the inside spaces starting to look like all the renderings which we’ve all seen so many times.

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