Royal Caribbean makes changes to Quantum of the Seas for the Chinese cruise market
Royal Caribbean has nearly completed updates to Quantum of the Seas that will better suit her for her role in offering cruises in China.
Since arriving in Shanghai back on June 24, the ship had some venues and areas of the ship changed to better accomodate the Chinese guests that will be sailing on her.
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Some changes include
- Johnny Rockets was changed to a Kung Fu Panda Noodle Shop
- Dynamikc Dining was removed and dining changed to traditional dining
- Duty free shop was relocated to make room for luxury leather boutique
- Sunglass shop replaced by high-end Italian footwear shop
- Royal Caribbean branded marketing inserts in some store windows were swapped out to comport with Chinese tastes
- Mamma Mia! was replaced with a one-hour show called "Sequins and Feathers"
Royal Caribbean director of revitalization operations, Fabien Teissonniere, estimates that 95 percent of the changes to Quantum of the Seas for the Chinese cruise market is complete and a few more changes will be made later this year or in early 2016.