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Royal Caribbean Quantum of the Seas Cruise Reviews

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"You can only reserve a complementary Ripcord spot once during your cruise, but you can pay for a regular session for $30 where you will get to fly for two minutes total.Cafe at 270: slightly healthier options - you can customize your own salad or go with one of their standard options - they were pretty good!..."Read More
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10 Night from Brisbane to Noumea and Port Vila ( Mystery Island cancelled)

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Astro Boy
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

We were told as we boarded that Mystery Island cancelled because they suspected high winds?? No wind all cruise. Why they couldn't organise another island visit in area at beginning or end of cruise is a mystery as it was 10 nights and all other cruises to same ports are 8 nights. Well we spent one day and night going up and down the coast outside Noumea ( wasn't that exciting - not). No ...
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Sail Date: January 2023

Cabin Type: Connecting Balcony


Very hit and miss

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Jack speaking
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

We chose this cruise as we have previously sailed on Carnival, Princess and P&O. Were told that Royal Caribbean was a huge step up from the others?? Well what utter misinformation we were given!! It started and ended exceptionally well with embarkation and disembarkation an absolute breeze given the amount of passengers. The only other two positives were the high quality of the cabins and the ...
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Sail Date: January 2023


Cruising has become very Americanised with the whole industry being effected by money and not a holiday to remember.

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ertimus
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

After a break of seven years i thought i would give cruising a go again with so many world class large passenger ships visiting brisbane, what could go wrong. First the boarding was handled very well with minimum delay. The cabin was very good except for a continual smell of methane gas escaping from the overflow in the bathroom. After many peaceful nights cruising in the past the continual ...
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Sail Date: December 2022

Cabin Type: Ocean View with Large Balcony


Great for Families, not for Restful Cruising

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Cazzychaps
10+ Cruises • Age 50s

After covid, I was looking for a short cruise to see how my disabled husband would handle cruising again. The 5 night to Sydney corresponded with his birthday, so I booked it along with family members. I've been on quite a few different ships, but had not been on a RCL ship before, so was excited to try one. Firstly, this ship takes approx 4200 passengers, so getting on board took a good 2 ...
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Sail Date: December 2022

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10 Night cruise from Brisbane to Noumea, Mystery Island and Port Vila

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Astro Boy
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

This cruise was only 2 weeks after one I did on this ship to Hobart and Sydney, so I learned a few more details, but had to watch the same old shows basically. Last cruise was 4 star, this one I give a 3 star. First we find the new cruise director who just boarded the ship had covid ( or sniffles as they call it ) so he was locked up for first 5 days. Deputy director did a good job in his ...
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Sail Date: November 2022


Consecutive 3 night cruise , was disappointed

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csturzaker
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

. This was a back to back . Turn around day was easy, and the ambassadors made it smooth. We only had to wait 40 mins in the terminal and we were back onboard and we just had to wait less then an hour in two 70 whilst they completed their crew drills. That’s where it went down hill after this There were no consecutive cruises lunch organised , we have done previous consecutive ...
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Sail Date: November 2022

Cabin Type: Ocean View Balcony


6 night cruise from Brisbane to cairns

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csturzaker
10+ Cruises • Age 40s

It was ok, but could of been better i was celebrating a belated 40th birthday party and the crew whilst dining at the restaurants for lunch and dinner made the day special :) Embarkation was great, quick and easy despite the delay . I had prebooked lunch through our planner at Jamie’s Italian for 1230pm ,on embarkation day. We went to dine there at 1230om we were told that they were not ...
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Sail Date: November 2022

Cabin Type: Ocean View Balcony


Not for Us

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lisenige
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Embarkation was at the newish Brisbane cruise terminal. We arrived at 12.20 for our 12.30 check in. It was teeming with people and hard to see where to drop bags. There was no marshal and nobody guiding you. Also nowhere to sit. We did find where to drop the bags and then we were called for our check in, which did go smoothly and we were on the ship by 1pm. Staterooms were not ready so we had a ...
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Sail Date: November 2022


9 Nights from Brisbane to Sydney and Hobart

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Astro Boy
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

Boarding at Brisbane Terminal was great, straight on , not like P&O. No problems taking on water. Could take 2 bottles of wine if you wish. After 5 P&O trips just before, this is like a big jump in quality and quantity. Wind Jamer ( or as the comedian called it the Food Jamer) restaurant was great, a different selection of food from around the world most nights ( plus usual meals ), a lot ...
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Sail Date: November 2022


Wonderful cruise.

Review for Quantum of the Seas to South Pacific

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Goodtimenotlongtime
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

We travelled in November 2022, the ships first sailing this season ex Brisbane. Only one port of the three on our itinerary was available - Noumea - due to Covid. This was a pity but beyond the cruise line’s control. All South Pacific ports have now reopened. Boarding at Brisbane was very efficient and quick. We were onboard within an hour of entering the terminal and our cabin on Deck 11 was ...
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Sail Date: November 2022

Cabin Type: Ocean View Balcony


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