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Published on Mar 01, 2014

Quantum of the Seas adds Wow Factor from New York to Shanghai

Royal Caribbean's Quantum Global Odyssey is set to raise the bar for cruise holidays in May 2015, incorporating four continents, jaw-dropping onboard entertainment and a unique itinerary never seen before, courtesy of their stunning Quantum of the Seas ship.

Sailing out of Cape Liberty, New York, the 53-night global package includes Barcelona, Rome, Singapore, Jordan, Dubai and India. But there are also mini-sailings to choose from, ranging from three to 16 nights.
Not only will you enjoy the finest views and destinations on the ocean wave, you can also experience the latest in high-tech cruise travel innovations on Quantum of the Seas. These include:
  • North Star Elevate your holiday to new heights in this magical capsule that takes you more than 300ft into the air, providing incredible views of both the ship itself and the stunning vistas as you cruise in awe.
  • SeaPlex From bumper cars and roller-skating, to the basketball court and circus school, there's something for young and old.
  • Two70 This spectacular venue offers panoramic views of the ocean by day, then transforms into a three-storey video wall with dramatic performances, light shows and digital scenery. And enjoy a wee tipple at the Ice Bar.
  •  RipCord A skydiving simulator to truly get the pulse racing.
Quantum of the Seas is also splashing out ona number of cuisine options, bringing in British star Jamie Oliver, celebrity chef Devin Alexander and James Beard Award-winner Michael Schwartz.
Jamie's Italian restaurant is part of the Dynamic Dining programme in Quantum Class, alongside 17 other restaurants offering a choice of dining times and much more flexibility. The venues and menus complement Royal Caribbean's next era of culinary exploration at sea.
Shanghai seen from the North Star
The North Star offers a truly unique, high-flying cruise experience.
The adventure beings on May 2, 2015, but if the 53-night option is not for you, here are the other itinerary options:
  • Ocean Voyage is an 11-night cruise across the mighty Atlantic from Cape Liberty to Barcelona. Plenty of days spent at sea getting acquainted with the fabulous ship, with plenty of port stops too. You will see Barcelona, Ponta Delgada, Azores, Cartagena and Palma de Mallorca.
  • Traverse the Suez Canal in the 16-night sector and see the sights of Europe and the Middle East. Departing May 13, this cruise hits Barcelona, Rome, Naples, Athens, Aqaba and finishes in Dubai.
  • Pack in a memorable two weeks visiting India and South-east Asia with 14 nights between Dubai and Singapore. This eastern experience stops at Cochin, Muscat and Penang.
  • The three-night option is a Short Malaysia holiday from Singapore, calling at Kuala Lumpur.
  • The Exotic Asia sector will take you on a journey from Singapore to the ship's final destination in Shanghai over nine nights. Ports of call include Ho Chi Minh City, Xiamen and Hong Kong.

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