World’s first smartship

Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is a huge leap forward.

World’s first smartship

Poised to bring the cruise industry into the 21st century, Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ship Quantum of the Seas is a huge leap forward.

Making waves for all the right reasons, some of the groundbreaking modern features include superfast wireless connectivity, the world’s first robotic bartenders, a skydiving simulator and bumper cars.

With wireless speeds which match those of broadband connections onshore, the levels of technology on Quantum of the Seas are unprecedented. Guests can be connected 24/7 should they wish to be, and RFID luggage tags make it possible for real time luggage tracking with a smartphone. There is also an App, Royal iQ, for passengers to manage every detail of their holiday during the cruise.

The activities available are another area which will blow you away, possibly quite literally. Experiences include bumper cars, roller skating, a circus school, complete with flying trapeze, skydiving and a glass observation capsule which rises more than 300 feet in the air for dramatic 360-degree views.

The technology doesn’t stop there either. The ship also offers Virtual Balcony staterooms, interior accommodations featuring large digital screens displaying real time views, so no room is left without a scenic outlook.

Spanning over 16 decks and with the ability to carry over 4000 guests at double occupancy, there’s even a wave pool…just in case there aren’t enough below the ship already!

What do you think? Would you be interested in travelling abroad the world’s first smartship?

For more information visit Royal Caribbean






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    Jackson40
    22nd Nov 2014
    10:41am
    Definitely not - too many people - too many wheel chairs and zimmer frames! Too much action - older people do not want bumper cars, roller skating, a circus school, complete with flying trapeze, skydiving and a glass observation capsule which rises more than 300 feet in the air for dramatic 360-degree views - not for me.
    georgygirl
    22nd Nov 2014
    12:14pm
    I agree....
    the only innovation that would interest me ( in calm weather only) would be the 'real time' screens in the interior cabins.


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