Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Of The Seas making Inaugural Port Call To India
NEW DELHI, India - TIRUN Travel Marketing, the exclusive India representative for Royal Caribbean International, announced the maiden visit of its most technologically-advanced ship, Quantum of the Seas, to India. Royal Caribbean International, known for its 45-year legacy of innovation and introducing industry “firsts” at sea, with the introduction of the Quantum class of ships, takes a “quantum” leap into the future of cruise vacations. She will dock in Kochi on June 4, 2015 before proceeding to Singapore, during her highly-anticipated global journey from New York to Shanghai.
Ratna Chadha, Chief Executive, TIRUN Travel Marketing, said: “In June this year, tech-savvy modern travelers will be wowed by Royal Caribbean International's most futuristic ship, Quantum of the Seas, which incorporates unprecedented levels of technology to amp up the vacation experience. Quantum of the Seas will dock in Kochi on June 4 and then sail on to Singapore from where guests can take a 3-night cruise on June 12, 2015, before proceeding to Shanghai on June 15, where she will be home-ported.”
Quantum of the Seas is a new-age ship in the true sense of the word. Its plush staterooms, game-changing technology, groundbreaking venues, and the best dining options redefine the way the world views cruise holidays. It boasts of boatloads of bandwidth to keep guests connected, easy-to-use systems to expand guest choices and simplify schedules, and RFID technology that speeds the boarding process and allows guests to keep track of their luggage every step of the way.
It offers many “firsts” at sea such as the first-ever sky diving simulator and the North Star that is a jewel-shaped capsule that gently ascends over 300 feet above sea level. Technology also powers surprise-and-delight elements on-board Quantum of the Seas. A brand-new venue, Bionic Bar, is set to make waves with robots at center stage. Guests can place orders via tablets and then have fun watching robotic bartenders hard at work mixing cocktails. The RFID WOWband wristbands require only a simple tap to quickly navigate around the ship, make onboard purchases, serve as the room key, and more. All these highlights underscores the excitement surrounding its maiden visit to India.