One of the Largest Cruise Ships Ever to Visit Los Angeles is Scheduled to Arrive

The massive, feature-rich Quantum of the Seas, a cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean, said on Wednesday that it will depart from Los Angeles in October 2025. It will grow to be the biggest Royal Caribbean ship to ever call the city home.

A significant expansion for Royal Caribbean on the West Coast, the Miami-based line said that the 4,180-passenger ship will sail year-round from Los Angeles alongside its 3,388-passenger Navigator of the Seas.

Quantum of the Seas will run trips from Los Angeles to the west coast of Mexico, just like Navigator of the Seas.

Depending on the departure date and duration of the voyage, the ship’s itineraries may include calls at both Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada in Mexico over a period of two to six nights.

Quantum of the Seas, weighing 168,666 tons, will be among the largest cruise ships ever deployed to Los Angeles by any cruise line.

The 3,998 passengers on Norwegian Cruise Line alone The Norwegian Encore is marginally larger than other ships that have sailed out of Los Angeles. The weight of Norwegian Encore is 169,116 tons.

In terms of tonnage, Norwegian Bliss and Norwegian Joy, two additional Norwegian ships that occasionally depart from Los Angeles, are marginally smaller than Quantum of the Seas. Their respective measurements are 168,028 tons and 167,725 tons.

Quantum of the Seas is substantially larger than other large ships that frequently sail from Los Angeles, such as Carnival Radiance and Carnival Panorama from Carnival Cruise Line. Carnival Radiance weighs 102,000 tons, whereas Carnival Panorama weighs 133,500 tons.

At 135,000 tons, Carnival Firenze, another Carnival ship that will be departing from Los Angeles in the near future, is likewise somewhat smaller than Quantum of the Seas.

The first ship in Royal Caribbean’s well-liked Quantum Class to cruise year-round from Los Angeles will be Quantum of the Seas.

The Quantum Class, which debuted in 2014, is regarded as one of Royal Caribbean’s most inventive ship classes ever. The five ships in the series offer a variety of dining options, lounges, and showrooms, along with some of the most unique marine attractions available. Skydiving simulators and bumper car pavilions are examples of this.

Additionally, the ships have glass-enclosed capsules that are supported by mechanical arms and may be used to get a bird’s-eye perspective of the sky.

Two70 are unique multilevel recreational areas with floor to ceiling glass walls found on Quantum Class ships. The venues include avant-garde performances, many of which include aerialists, singers, and dancers that appear from apertures in the ceiling or floor. During specific hours of the day, the glass walls become Vistarama, a large ambient surface that displays both imagined and real-world scenes.

A Quantum Class ship has never been headquartered in California for trips to Mexico; instead, Royal Caribbean has operated Quantum Class ships out of Seattle during the summer for trips to Alaska.

The starting price for a fast two-night trip to Ensenada on Royal Caribbean’s recently announced Quantum of the Seas departures from Los Angeles is $141 per person, based on double occupancy. Starting at $240 per person, based on double occupancy, three-night sailings are available. Travel for four nights starts at $271.

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