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A rendering of the Quantum of the Seas, (Credit: Handout)

A rendering of the Quantum of the Seas, which sets sail in November 2014.

Quantum of the Seas: A sneak peak at Royal Caribbean's newest cruise ship

Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas will launch in November 2014, making winter sailings to the Bahamas and Caribbean. With a capacity of 4,180, the ship will offer a number of "first at sea" extras: Bumper cars, simulated skydiving, an observation capsule that juts out over the water and more.

Quantum of the Seas, whose home port will
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Quantum of the Seas, whose home port will be Bayonne, N.J.

The North Star, Quantum of the Seas' most
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The North Star, Quantum of the Seas' most distinctive feature, takes Royal Caribbean guests to new heights on a breath-taking journey more than 300 feet above sea level.

A rendering of the North Star, which offers
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A rendering of the North Star, which offers guests 360-degree ocean vistas. Royal Caribbean executives said the roofdeck observation capsule was inspired by the London Eye.

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A rendering of the North Star, which can
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A rendering of the North Star, which can hold up to 14 people.

Quantum of the Seas will feature the Royal
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Quantum of the Seas will feature the Royal Loft Suite, a luxurious two-level suite with spacious dining and living rooms and a private deck.

A rendering of Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the
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A rendering of Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas' SeaPlex featuring the first-ever bumper car experience at sea.

A rendering of Quantum of the Seas' SeaPlex,
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A rendering of Quantum of the Seas' SeaPlex, which includes roller skating. Hovering above the action is a state-of-the-art floating DJ booth.

A rendering of Quantum of the Seas' SeaPlex,
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A rendering of Quantum of the Seas' SeaPlex, which features a full-size regulation basketball court.

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A photo rendering of Two70, Royal Caribbean's entertainment
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A photo rendering of Two70, Royal Caribbean's entertainment venue that features vast, floor-to-ceiling glass walls reaching almost 3 decks high and panoramic sea views. Photo rendering of the Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas.

The ship's main entertainment venue Two70 has a
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The ship's main entertainment venue Two70 has a 270-degree panoramic view, with floor-to-ceiling windows. It will host aerialists and other performances.

A rendering of the Quantum of the Seas,
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A rendering of the Quantum of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's newest ship featuring signature activitties including the Rock Climbing Wall and Flowrider along with new and unexpected features such as RipCord by iFly, the first-ever skydiving experience at sea.

A rendering of the Royal Caribbean's Quantum of
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A rendering of the Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas' three new Junior Suite categories introducing a split-bathroom concept.

A rendering of the Quantum of the Seas,
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A rendering of the Quantum of the Seas, which sets sail in November 2014.

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