Quantum of the Seas is all set to go into service from November and will become a very important class of ship for Royal Caribbean, as she will be the most technically advanced ship in the fleet, and so we cannot wait to see what passengers think of her. There are so many things to look forward to in the ship, and the cabins are just one of them.
While we already know the basic layout and design of these cabins thanks to renders on the Royal Caribbean website and brochures, we have yet to see what they look like for real, until now.
Quantum of the Seas cabin fixtures and functionally from latest video – In the video below RCI Blog has gone behind the scenes at Meyer Werft, where they put the cabins together in a pre-fab sort of way. This means they are fully assembled with fixtures and fittings and then just lifted into place ready for the final fit.
In the video you will see how these Quantum of the Seas staterooms are constructed and helps to highlight the functionally of the production line. This is not a new way of producing these cabins, as the ship builders have done them this way for a while.
Have you booked to go on the first few Quantum of the Seas cruises, if so please let us know which cabin type you have gone for.