Years old 3
Passengers 4162- 4819
= Connecting staterooms
= Four pullman beds
= Handicapped facilities
= One pullman bed
= Sofa and pullman bed
= Sofa bed
= Two pullman beds
Guide to using the decks:
- Mouse over cabins for pop up diagrams and information
- Mouse over red, green, yellow, blue symbols for notes
- Mouse over camera icons for actual pictures of that location
- At the bottom of each deck there may be a listing of public areas. You can mouse over area for detail description
- Click on CATEGORIES tab above for complete list of categories on this ship. Categories are listed from highest to lowest class
- Click the "Categories Details [+/-] for features, perks, and other information about the category
- Any handicap cabins for that category will have a link "Handicap Cabins [+/-] that you can click to see cabin numbers. If we have actual pictures for that cabin we will also show those.
- For each category we will list the sub categories. Unless noted the only difference between the sub categories is usually price and location on the ship.
Royal Caribbean uses a letter to denote the type of cabin. Letters J, K, L, M, N, Q denotes a interior cabin. Category J is the most desirable inside cabin. Category K is a inside cabin that sleeps up to 4. Category L includes connecting staterooms.
Letters F, G, H, I denotes a Oceanview cabin with F being the most desirable location. Some ships have category SO which is Superior Outside and the most desired category for a Oceanview. But on most ships F will be the most desired category. Category F may be followed by a number. The lower the number the more desired the category. For example F1 is more desired than F2.
Letter E denotes a deluxe balcony and it is followed by a number with 1 being the more desired location. Letter D stands for a superior balcony followed by a number with 1 being the more desired location. (E1 and D1 are also used to designate cabins that can sleep 3 or 4 persons, or cabins that may connect to other cabins)
Panoramic Oceanview cabins begin with the letter P followed by a number with 1 being the more desireable. Royal Caribbean also has family designated staterooms and those begin with the letter F followed by a letter designating the type of cabin. For example a FI code stands for Family Interior cabin.
Promenade staterooms and suites are designated with a two digit code that defines the type of stateroom. PR for example is a Promenade stateroom, JS is a Junior Suite while GS is a Grand Suite.
You can expect between 4190 to 4819 passengers on a typical sailing. This means that at the higher number (usually peak and holiday sailings) Quantum of the Seas has a space ratio of 35 . (A space ratio less than 33 means that you may find the ship crowded in areas. A space ratio greater than 39 means that there should be plenty of space for each passenger.) When this ship isn't sailing at capacity the space ratio can be as good as 40.3.
The Quantum of the Seas has 1300 crew members on board. There are 4 passengers for every crew member on board. There are no self serve laundromats on this cruise ship.
There are 16 decks on this ship. The highest deck number is 16. The number of decks with passenger cabins is 9.
The following ships share the same class as this ship. This means the basic design and layout of the ship is the same. For the most part the cabins will be identical among these ships, but may be decorated differently.
2014 - Quantum of the Seas
2015 - Anthem of the Seas
2016 - Ovation of the Seas
There are 34 special needs cabins on this ship. These cabins have been modified for accessibility purposes.
The Quantum class of ships is a new leap forward in vessel design with groundbreaking innovations like RipCord by iFly, the first skydiving experience at sea. And the North Star, a jewel-shaped, glass capsule with a spectacular ocean view. Plus, we're introducing transformational venues like the Seaplex and Two70 that morph from day to night. All these new onboard features are designed to elicit just one reaction from you: WOW.
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