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 innovations.
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