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I am on Quantum of the Seas for an 8-day cruise. I have seen the ship before so no big surprises for me. But along with Dave Beers friom Cruise Reviews, we both wanted to get a real feel for the ship as it cruises on a real cruise (not just the 2-day preview we had before.

Of course this ship will be moving to China in May but it will be "replaced" by two sister ships (identical) coming to America in Nov 2015, and May 2016.

Just now, we heard that they are giving everyone free wi-fi for this cruise. I assume this means free Internet. This is after we already ponied up for the highest speed for two people (about $420 total). I hope we get a refund.... anyway.

I just want you all to know that I will be tweeting as @cruisemates and using #Quantumoftheseas for all tweets, plus I will be updating here every day.
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First day ...

We were walking around the ship and sitting in the beautiful 270 lounge when I looked out the back abd saw a frogman on a tugboat. I asked some people who had been watching him for 30 minutes and they said he had been bring up THICK (5-inch) rope from below. I saw he had a big knife and the rope was in sections.

I do not know for a fact, but it seems like it must have been wrapped around one pod (one of two propeller ssystems for the ship). They seemed to get it all, though, As we were sitting there we saw Richard Fain (Chairman of the Board for Royal Caribbean) walking out of the room. He lives in Miami (we are in Bayonne, NJ), so we do not know why he is here, or if he is sailing with us. But it did look like he was assessing the situation we had been observing.

Right now that is all just speculation - we know nothing, but it seems odd.

1) we see a frogman bring up cut rope from the vicinity of one rear pod

2) we see Richard Fain on the ship in the same room where we were watching the action

3) they just announced free wi-fi for everyone on this cruise.

Actually, while I am happy for everyone else, it sort of spoiled the reason I wanted to take this cruise - that I wanted to test the high-speed Internet to see if this ship was truly hotel-like so road warriors could cruise on here and feel confidant about the high speed access. The wi-fi will be so crowded now, it will be bound to slow everyone down.

We still know the real reason why it has been comped for alll yet, but I suspect we will find out soon.
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No word yet on why the wi-fi was comped for all, but even with all the traffic it seems to be running just fine. It is very fast, an so convenient to be connected full-time that its just like being at home, o I find I think about it a lot less.

We had dinner in Silk last night (Asian Food)- I can't say I was very impressed. The won ton appetizer (served to all tables) were cold with the sweet & sour source tasting like it just came out of the refrigerator. The "Vietnamese Tacos" were just doughy and bland. The Vietnamese chicken wings were good, but tasted like chicken wings from any sports bar. At least they were not chicken feet, as they actually eat in China.

My duck entree was decent, however. It was a generous piece of duck, cooked well. The skin should have been much crisper, but it was still pretty delicious. It came with some greasy flat bread, Peking Duck-style. Dave Beers said his sea bass was tasty, but ended up being a bit bland. Sea Bass is an excellent fish but it requires an expert chef to saute it to perfection.

The lines on this ship are pretty bad, for everything. Even at 11:00 am the Windjammer was packed with no empty tables (people were sharing). Most other food places, 270 cafe, etc, had 10 o more people in line waiting to be served.

We made our reservation for the Northstar - Friday at 4:45. They do not leave the bumper cars out long enough, I missed my window today (I still have not had a chance to try those things) I want to do iFly also, but the weather is still pretty choppy although it is a LOT better now than it was this morning with a big storm hitting New York. It is warm enough now, on just the second day out, that people are in the pools.

After dinner there was just not much to do - so I went to bed. You need reservations to see any show, because this ship has so many people, so we are scheduled to see "Mama Mia" today. The theater was packed last night.

Still no word on why Fain was aboard or why the wi-fi was comped for all.
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We just ate in The Jamie's Italian and it was amazing. Wow. Highly recommended.
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We just ate in The Jamie's Italian and it was amazing. Wow. Highly recommended.

I heard that people who are Diamond or higher had shampoo and lotion in bathrooms and those who are gold or lower only had soap in their bathrooms .

Can you please find out as we are gold and have an oceanview cabin.


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Our cabin has the lotions and shampoos, but I am diamond plus. I'll ask.
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We are all waiting for more titbits of info about this ship.
Also wondering what would be different on Anthem.
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I was told that shampoo and conditioner will be provided for anyone but you have to ask the cabin attendants.
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Sorry... I have been sleeping in.

We ate aat Jamie's Italian - it was excellent. I think I said that.

Today I worked on an article I have in different publication, then I went and watched one of the DREAMWORKS 3D Movies. Ii "Penguins of Madagascar" and although the movie was cool, nd the 3D works pretty well, for some reason it seems to be a slightly different process from the Disney polarized 3D (I could be wrong).

These glasses were slightly tinted red & green. The glasses did not fit that well over mt specs, but good enough. It was fun.

I then went and did the Bumper Cars today - that was fun. I only had to wait about 10 minutes to get a car, and they are fast. I got bumped pretty good a few times, so I am thinking about calling Jim walker (@cruiselaw) and seeing if I can sue Royal Caribbean for whiplash. (JUST KIDDING!)

We interviewed the IT guy and he said the only reason they are giving everyone free Internet is to test the system, and I have t say it works extremely well. It is fast as at home, and I think most of the ship is just staying connected. I don;t know how expensive it is, but I htink Internet access at sea has been changed forever.

The guy we interviewed was a little full of XXXX. He was claiming that Royal Caribbean and the satellite company had dreamed up this technology together and that the company 03B would not even exist without RCL. Well, sorry, that's not true. The company was with Regent before Royal Caribbean, and it has a lot of international clients.

WE saw Mamma Mia - a pretty good show but not my style. I struggled to say awake. Dave tells me they have already made plans to out up a new show when this ship goes to China, a they should.

Also - inn case you missed it, I put up an artile on the front page about Dynamic Dining. Please be sure to read it as there is some important information.

I do know our bathroom only had soap and shampoo the first day, and it was just YESTERDAY that we got all the added stuff (body lotion, etc).

The ship is nice, but it iss also a little boring compared to Oasis. There is no nightly karaoke, no pub with singer/guitarist, no comedy club, no jazz club. There is a big casino and a lot of shopping.

If you have not seen 270 then you will be very impressed, same with the Sports Center. But otherwise, I tend to like Freedom or definitely Oasis a little bettter.

Dynamic Dining should not make it so hard to eat. Any ship where you need reservations every night is not exactly "as you like it" dining, if you see my point.
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Has there been any discussion on the ship about the Chikungunya mosquito virus ?

The CDC is advising travelers in the Caribbean to wear long pants ,long sleeve shirts and a hat .

Are passengers planning to do that or is it likely that they will wear tees and shorts as they normally would do ?
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No mention of the mosquito virus. I am personally not worried. Plus we are in San Juan where mosquitoes are few.

The ship did have everyone who bought Internet packages refunded by day 2.
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Wonderland for dinner last night. It was excellent. It is $45 each but I think it was worthy of the fee.
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No mention of the mosquito virus. I am personally not worried. Plus we are in San Juan where mosquitoes are few.

The ship did have everyone who bought Internet packages refunded by day 2.

My wife is planning on taking several kinds of mosquito repellant .Hopefully we will not need to use it.

Glad to hear that you got your internet refund.
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Yes, the internet fee was refunded.

The only word for Wonderland is "Wow" (I guess RCL likes that word anyway).

The theme is much more like a Disney restaurant than RCL, mostly in terms of the decor, the outfits and somewhat in the food presentation. For example, one of the appetizers were "deviled" eggs that came out literally smoking. They were covered with a glass dome that was filled with thick white smoke. When it was opened the some escaped into the room in a big puff. The eggs had a smoky flavor, develed eggs with a litttle caviar and a thin/crispy flat rice noodle.

The joy continued dish after dish. There was so much food, everything was big enough for two people. We were full when the final entrees came, and they were huge. I have to find the menu I brought back from the restaurant.

That was once again one of the best dining experiences I have ever had (and I have had a lot). I have to say the food on thiss ship is better than Celebrity, far more delicacies.
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By the sounds of it, wonderland is a hit. I thought it would be from the details we had early on. If you loved the food, then you must experience Heston Blumenthal and his Fat Duck restaurant when you next come to the UK.
Just google him and see the menu for the tasting experience and you will see what I mean.
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The charge for the HIGH speed internet for a week is $500!!!

I ate at Wonderland twice, quite different for a ship!

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Sorry... I have been sleeping in.

We ate aat Jamie's Italian - it was excellent. I think I said that.

Today I worked on an article I have in different publication, then I went and watched one of the DREAMWORKS 3D Movies. Ii "Penguins of Madagascar" and although the movie was cool, nd the 3D works pretty well, for some reason it seems to be a slightly different process from the Disney polarized 3D (I could be wrong).

These glasses were slightly tinted red & green. The glasses did not fit that well over mt specs, but good enough. It was fun.

I then went and did the Bumper Cars today - that was fun. I only had to wait about 10 minutes to get a car, and they are fast. I got bumped pretty good a few times, so I am thinking about calling Jim walker (@cruiselaw) and seeing if I can sue Royal Caribbean for whiplash. (JUST KIDDING!)

We interviewed the IT guy and he said the only reason they are giving everyone free Internet is to test the system, and I have t say it works extremely well. It is fast as at home, and I think most of the ship is just staying connected. I don;t know how expensive it is, but I htink Internet access at sea has been changed forever.

The guy we interviewed was a little full of XXXX. He was claiming that Royal Caribbean and the satellite company had dreamed up this technology together and that the company 03B would not even exist without RCL. Well, sorry, that's not true. The company was with Regent before Royal Caribbean, and it has a lot of international clients.

WE saw Mamma Mia - a pretty good show but not my style. I struggled to say awake. Dave tells me they have already made plans to out up a new show when this ship goes to China, a they should.

Also - inn case you missed it, I put up an artile on the front page about Dynamic Dining. Please be sure to read it as there is some important information.

I do know our bathroom only had soap and shampoo the first day, and it was just YESTERDAY that we got all the added stuff (body lotion, etc).

The ship is nice, but it iss also a little boring compared to Oasis. There is no nightly karaoke, no pub with singer/guitarist, no comedy club, no jazz club. There is a big casino and a lot of shopping.

If you have not seen 270 then you will be very impressed, same with the Sports Center. But otherwise, I tend to like Freedom or definitely Oasis a little bettter.

Dynamic Dining should not make it so hard to eat. Any ship where you need reservations every night is not exactly "as you like it" dining, if you see my point.

Paul can post tell me where to find the article on dynamic dinign you spoke of ?

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We had dinner last night at Chic. For all the lauding we've done of the food in the other venues, Chic was a complete failure in terms of food and service. I ordered the 'beef ribeye' which arrived looking like a slice of nicely rare prime rib. Sadly, it was like a fake piece of beef with no juice, no texture, and no flavor. It was like eating a thick slab of bologna made from textured vegetable protein. Our waiter spoke with a heavy Russian accent, and talked so fast we couldn't comprehend him. He took the orders and that was all. No followup. He literally tossed the dessert menus on the table and left.
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Dynamic Dining article here: Dynamic Dining

Well... here is an update. We are on Day 7. We have encountered a lot of pretty heavy seas on this trip and today we are bouncing around. I am not an engineer, but I do not think that ship rides a smoothly as Oasis or even the Freedom class. I have heard other people say it as well, and quite a few people have gotten seasick.

It is also a "creaky" ship - making lots of noise with every twist and turn it makes in the water.

So - last night we ate in Chic - another one of the included Dynamic Dining rooms. Briefly, Dave's "tenderloin" was not good. It looked a bit like a slab of prime rib, except it was all the same pink coloring, no browning on the edges. When you bit into it, the texture was bit like baloney, almost like it was a processed piece of meat. He was not happy at all.

I had a batter-covered salmon, which I though was quite decent. I also had my third "beet salad" - only the first one, in Jamie;ss Italian" was really good, because it came with real mozzarella. This one last night said it had mozzarella, but it certainy was not bufalo mozzarella - it did not have thaat distinct taste or texture. Along with Silk one of our least interesting meals

And that is too bad so far on this ship II have to say that food is the primary attraction. I have to repeat about Jamie's Italian and Wonderland - two of the best cruise ship meals I have ever had, and for a "free" dinner Grande was not bad. Grande is the "formal" dining room that has a menu like what you would expect in any dining room on formal night, langostino lobster (not bad), sea bass, salmon, and something like Beef Wellington (though we did not try it that night)

Here is the most mysterious thing. For a ship with 5000 guests there alsomt zero entertainment on board. Last night the main showroom was dark until 10:30 when we had a show by Earl Turner. Not a bad show, but average for a cruise ship. Momma Mia has not shown since day 4 nd will not show again, though I heard some people say they did not get a chance to see it even tho they had reservations - because they arrived 10 minutes before showtime but by then the general public had already been let in.

Anyway - the main lounge was dark until 10:30. The Music hall had only the most awful Karaoke almost all night long. There is no Tribute band onboard to replace the band that left in Puerto Rico. My understand is that there was supposed to be a band, but there just isn't now - no word why.

270 had the same show they have been doing all cruise long - "Starwater" - it is okay, with pre-recorded music and no use of the robo-screens. I have not personally seen the robo-screens working all cruise, i will have to seek them out to see if they are working. Then there was the Latin nightclub - Boleros, which with Latin music in Spanish, gets pretty significant draw every night.

Speaking of Spanish, or IN Spanish, the cruise staff on board all seem too be from Mexico. You really can barely understand what they say since they have very heavy accents (almost sounds like the do it on purpose) which they sprinkle with Spanish all the time; "si" "ese" "andele" etc. I don't really get it.

It would be fine if ONE of them did this, but I am sure every single one of the cruise staff is from Mexico and they all have this heavy accent. I don't understand why Royal Caribbean would do that, honestly.

I wish I had more positive to say about the ship. We went on Northstar, and we went straight up, but not over the sides. We were told they only go over the sides when the ship is docked. Sure enough, at Labadee we could see the pod moving and going over the side, but there were no people in it. They were just moving, seemingly for the sake of pictures.

What IS good on the ship: The bumper cars are fun. I am guessing iFly is a lot of fun, I missed my appointment because I was tired. There are a LOT of kids on board, which only makes the ship feel more crowded. Every time I go to the Windjammer for breakfast or lunch it is a zoo. The food is good, but there are lines for almost everything.

The Internet is very good, not infallible, but it has been up probably 95%-plus of the time. It is fast most of the time.

TV - not so good, the only news station is CNN (but at least it is not the "International") - but most other ships now have Foxnews and MSNBC. Otherwise they have 2 ESPNs, TNT, TMC and a DreamWorks channel. That is about it.

The beds are noce, but we really hear Earl Turner's show pumping through the floor a couple nights ago (we went to bed early to catch the Northstar first thing in the morning.) - Iif you do not want to wait, get in line by 7:20.

Sorry, I do not know who the hotel director is yet.
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