Repositioning Cruises For Quantum Of The Seas Unveiled

Royal Caribbean International has revealed details of the repositioning sailings for Quantum of the Seas’ planned Chinese deployment. Departing 2 May 2015 from the New York metropolitan area, the 53-night journey comprises 5 legs and sees the ship travel east and crossing the Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Arabian Gulf, Indian Ocean and South China Sea to her new home in Shanghai.

 

11-night Cape Liberty to Barcelona Transatlantic

Embarking from Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey, passengers on this first leg to Barcelona will cross the Atlantic Ocean with the ship. Prior to arriving in Spain, Quantum of the Seas will call at Ponta Delgada in the Azores, Cartagena and the party destination of Palma De Mallorca.

 

16-night Barcelona to Dubai via Suez Canal

Continuing eastward, the ship’s second leg departs Barcelona on 13 May 2014 for a Mediterranean sojourn, calling at Rome (Civitavecchia) and Naples/Capri in Italy, Athens and Aqaba before docking at Port Rashid in Dubai.

 

14-night Dubai to Singapore

Entering Asian waters, guests onboard Quantum of the Seas on this 29 May 2014 departure will experience the sights, smells and sounds of the region with overnights in Dubai, Cochin, and Singapore, as well as calls at Muscat, and Penang.

 

3-night Short Malaysia

The shortest leg of the repositioning, the ship will sail Royal Caribbean International’s popular Southeast Asian itinerary, departing roundtrip from Singapore 12 June 2014 and calling at Kuala Lumpur (Port Klang).

 

9-night Singapore to Shanghai

Departing 15 June 2014, Quantum of the Seas’ final leg of the repositioning voyage will traverse north across the South China Sea, where guests will experience the diverse cultures of Asia. Enroute, she will call at Phu My, Hong Kong and Xiamen, before arriving to a grand welcome in Shanghai.

 

Currently in the final stages of construction in Germany, Quantum of the Seas (and her sister Anthem of the Seas) are set to revolutionize the cruise industry with their game-changing onboard features. Entering service in Fall 2014, she will boast the line’s first virtual cabins, the world’s first skydiving simulator at sea and North Star, an observation pod suspended 30 meters above the sea.

 

For more information, visit www.royalcaribbean.com.

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