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The Quantum of the Seas out of the water in dry dock at Blohm + Voss Dock Elbe 17 in Hamburg, Germany.

The Quantum of the Seas out of the water in dry dock at Blohm + Voss Dock Elbe 17 in Hamburg, Germany.

Quantum of the Seas docked at Cape Liberty cruise terminal.

Quantum of the Seas docked at Cape Liberty cruise terminal.

Papenburg, Germany. 01st Nov, 2013. New cruise ship the 'Norwegian Getaway', moored at the building dock Credit: INGO WAGNER/dpa/Alamy Live News

Quantum of the Seas blocks in foreground and partial build behind the Norwegian Getaway in Hall 6 at Meyer Werft. Photo from NDR.de November 1 2013 article about Norwegian Getaway's float out on November

Royal Caribbean International's Quantum of the Seas is 60% completed. All the major building blocks have been assembled into a single vessel. Now the 1,700 shipyard workers at Meyer Werft are focusing their attention on the detail work of outfitting the ship as she gets closer to her launch in November. Quantum of the Seas is the most complex and challenging ship ever built at the Meyer Werft ship yard in Germany and once again showcases how Royal Caribbean pushes the boundaries with new ...

Quantum Of The Seas Construction Update: Royal Caribbean’s Newest Ship Takes Shape

Quantum of the Seas at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany.

Quantum of the Seas at Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany.

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Meyer Werft webcam image of Hall 6 - December 9 Anthem of the Seas keel in basin in foreground.

Quantum of the Seas engine. This great early build photo, as well as the other similar ones, were taken by Ingrid Fiebak, the official photographer at Meyer Werft Papenburg.

Quantum of the Seas engine. This great early build photo, as well as the other similar ones, were taken by Ingrid Fiebak, the official photographer at Meyer Werft Papenburg.

The German public-service television broadcaster ZDF will broadcast a three part documentary on the Quantum of the Seas on January 13, 14 and 15, on the program Hallo Deutschland.  You should be able to follow the documentary on the program's website:  http://hallodeutschland.zdf.de/ZDF/zdfportal/programdata/9c4e1912-ec14-35ec-b869-fdf6d697a91f/20391501  January 13 episode description reads 'Hello Germany accompanies the chef Tobias Friedensburg on the most modern cruise ship in the world.'

The Boracay Frenzy continues: Royal Caribbean coming 2018 with Cruise Ships. Boracay Frenzy - the full title image Two years ago, Royal Caribbean International Cruise line (RCCL) had identified three sites – Manila, Caticlan and Palawan for their.

Quantum Keel Blocks are in the House! - Page 82 - Cruise Critic Message Board Forums

Quantum Keel Blocks are in the House! - Page 82 - Cruise Critic Message Board Forums

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