Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas Docks At Port Canaveral

By  //  December 16, 2014

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168,666 ton, 1,139-foot long ship wows crowd

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BREVARD COUNTY • PORT CANAVERAL, FLORIDA – Building on a legacy of innovation and creative design, Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas, the world’s third largest passenger ship docked at Port Canaveral on Monday.

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Building on a legacy of innovation and creative design, Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas, the world’s third largest passenger ship docked at Port Canaveral on Monday. (Image for SpaceCoastDaily.com)

Quantum of the Seas offers features not seen before, such as simulated skydiving, a glass observation pod at the end of a giant swiveling mechanical arm, the largest indoor sports and entertainment complex at sea, and larger more advanced staterooms.

The ship’s homeport is Cape Liberty, in Bayonne, N.J., and stops on its way to the Bahamas and Caribbean.

QUANTUM OF THE SEAS STATS:

Type: Cruise ship
Tonnage: 168,666
Length: 347.1 m (1,139 ft)
Beam: 49.5 m (162 ft) (max)
41.4 m (136 ft) (waterline)
Draught: 8.8 m (29 ft)
Decks: 18 (16 passenger-accessible)
Propulsion: Diesel-electric
Four-stroke turbocharged marine diesel engines:
Two Wärtsilä 12V46F @14,400kW ea.
Two Wärtsilä 16V46F @19,200kW ea.
(67.2MW total engine power output)
Two 20.5 MW (27,500 hp) ABB Azipod XO thrustersFour 3,500 kW (4,694 hp) bow thrusters
Speed: 22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph)
Capacity: 4,180 passengers (double occupancy) 4,905 passengers (maximum occupancy)

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