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  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    Royal Caribbean Cruise Line will debut its newest ship, Quantum of the Seas, in the fall of 2014. The ship carries more than 4,000 passengers and will sail out of Cape Liberty, N.J.
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  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    One of the stand-out features of Quantum of the Seas is North Star. It's a capsule modeled after those on the London Eye and takes passengers – as many as 13 at a time – 300 feet above the sea.
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  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    One of the stand-out features of Quantum of the Seas is North Star. It's a capsule modeled after those on the London Eye and takes passengers – as many as 13 at a time – 300 feet above the sea.
    Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    Two70 is the ship's nightly entertainment venue, named for its 270-degree sea views through the floor-to-ceiling-windows.
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  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    Quantum of the Seas' RipCord by iFly, is the first-ever simulated skydiving experience at sea.
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  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    The ship will feature a no-kids-allowed Solarium where adult guests can sit back and catch some sun.
    Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    The cruise line said the ship is home to the largest indoor active space at sea. Called SeaPlex, it offers roller skating and a floating DJ booth.
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  • Quantum of the Seas will debut in 2014

    SeaPlex also features the first-ever bumper cars at sea.
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