Royal Caribbean International’s Quantum of the Seas has left the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany and is making its way to the North Sea.
But the path to open water requires quite a stunning bit of navigation . . .PHOTO: Quantum of the Seas moves slowly through the German countryside on its way to the North Sea. (Courtesy of Royal Caribbean International)
The 136-foot wide ship will maneuver for 20 miles - backwards, no less - on the River Ems, with just a few feet clearance on both sides.
At 168,666 gross tons, it is the largest ship to ever make this unusual trip, which the shipyard calls “the conveyance.” Continue reading full article at Travel Pulse
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