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Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas has satellite Wi-Fi with speeds that rival land-based counterparts
A view of Quantum of the Seas from the ship's North Star, a glass capsule that lifts passengers 300 feet in the air.
A virtual balcony inside an interior stateroom gives guests a lifelike view of the ocean. The display is an 80" HD television turned on its side. It displays live video captured from the bridge of the ship.
One of two $20,000 Red Epic cameras that capture 5K video to feed the virtual balconies in about 400 rooms on the ship.
The Royal Esplanade inside Royal Caribbean's new Quantum of the Seas. The ship has 18 restaurants, indoor skydiving and bumper cars.
A view of the ocean from the bridge of Royal Caribbean's new Quantum of the Seas.
Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas has two robots at the Bionic Bar making drinks for guests.
Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas sailing in New York harbor. The ship is 348 meters (1,141 feet) long and can accommodate 4,905 passengers.
Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas sailing in New York harbor. The ship is cruising from the harbor to the Caribbean until mid 2015 when it repositions to Shanghai.
A speedtest completed aboard Royal Caribbean's Quantum of the Seas cruise ship. The ship uses satellite WiFi from O3B networks.