There’s not long to go until Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ship takes to the seas and begins her itineraries, and so the Quantum of the Seas countdown is moving ahead at an alarming rate. It is next month when passengers will finally get to see just how innovative the ship is, and a series of posts on an unoffocial fan blog spills the progress of what is looking set to be the most technically advanced ship on the seas.
99 days of Quantum has been running for a few weeks now and gives us insight into the progress of Quantum of the Seas, and the latest news was that she was finally at Bremerhaven, Germany following the installation of the North Star, which will be a passenger favourite .
These seas trials need to go without a hitch, and also hope the weather in the UK does not start to get much worse, as the schedule is very tight, and Quantum of the Seas is set to sail from Southampton on November 2nd.
If you visit the Royal Caribbean Blog you will see a video and photos of the North Star being installed, along with new details for onboard shopping, bars and a few surprises.
What we do not understand is why there is not an official Quantum of the Seas countdown on Facebook, as this is what Norwegian did with Breakaway.