Meyer Werft delivers ‘Quantum of the Seas’

30 Oct 2014

Germany’s Meyer Werft shipyard has delivered the 167,800 gross tonne cruise ship ‘Quantum of the Seas’ to US cruise operator, Royal Caribbean Cruises in Miami.

The first new ship in the Quantum class sets new standards in terms of eco-friendliness. The vessel features energy efficient systems, optimised hydrodynamics, heat recovery, underwater paint coating, a hybrid scrubber and energy saving LED lighting systems.

Aside from the green technology, the vessel is also equipped with sophisticated alarm, safety and communication systems combined with the latest technology in propulsion and navigation.

The shipyard has applied the same high standard applies to entertainment and interiors. The North Star on deck 17 allows the guests to travel in a glass gondola at a height of 90m above sea level where they can enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view.

Meanwhile the “Seaplex” features the largest indoor activity area at sea that offers entertainment like bumper cars, roller skating, a competition-size basketball court as well as a circus school.

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