Fly from UK to Hong Kong where you will stay 2 nights in a central hotel before you embark on the ship sailing to Okinawa, Japan; Ilocos, Philippines; Manila, Philippines; Broacay, Philippines; Singapore where you will disembark the ship and stay 2 nights in a central hotel before you fly back to the UK
One of the newest additions to the fleet, Quantum of the Seas has lots of WOW features. Such as North Star, a jewel-like capsule that elevates guests to more than 300 feet above sea level. Bumper cars, a circus school and roller skating on board. Quantum of the Seas passengers tend to be All ages and Mostly American but more Brits/Europeans in Europe. When all cabins have double occupancy, the ship provides a space ratio of 40.1 tons per passenger and a crew to passenger ratio of one for every 3.2 passengers. At full capacity the space ratio is 34.2 tons per passenger and the crew ratio is one to 3.8 passengers.
Without a doubt, one of the best things about going on holiday is the chance to indulge in lots of delicious food and drink –and discovering brand new favourites along the way. On Quantum of the Seasâ„ , the culinary adventure starts as soon as you get onboard, with 18 different dining venues to choose from, including the hugely popular Jamie’s Italian – the perfect place for the whole family to explore new flavours.
Jamie Oliver himself remembers food being a huge part of his childhood holidays, with his parents always encouraging him to try new things. ‘It’s not about what you don’t like, it’s about what you could like!’ he says, which is why at his restaurant, there are plenty of fun ways to get kids to try new foods. Take a look at the fresh pasta being made in-house every day, or order some dishes to share so that everyone can try something different. Kids can even get involved in making their own food with the ‘Shake Me’ salad, designed especially for them to shake up just the way they like!
Quantum of the Seas reveals the entertainment of the future - a collection of amazing inventions that have never been seen on land or sea. Here, robots dance in unison, and sea views transform to space views in the blink of an eye. Sound is not just heard, but felt head to toe.
The ship features a fantastic array of health and fitness facilities including, a spa, a fitness centre, a rock climbing wall and much more.
There's plenty to keep the little ones happy from the moment you step onboard Quantum of the Seas. You'll find an unprecedented selection of activities, sports, games and shows catering for every age group and interest. The real challenge will be working out how to fit it all in!