Royal Caribbean International has taken delivery of its latest super liner Anthem of the Seas and she will be paying a number of visits to Palma this summer.The Anthem of the Seas is the second of the company’s new Quantum-class ships and she will now sail to Southampton, where the ship will homeport until October and sail to the Mediterranean and Canary Islands during the summer season.
In November, New York Harbour will be Anthem of the Seas’ permanent home, where the ship will sail regularly from Cape Liberty Cruise Port on adventures to Bermuda, the Caribbean and Canada and New England.
The ship will, however, be inaugurated in Southampton on 20 April when travel agent godmother Emma Wilby will conduct the naming the ship before performing a special song for more than 1,300 invited guests and dignitaries.
Guests will enjoy a wide range of Royal Caribbean’s unmatched onboard innovations, such as the North Star aerial observatory, a glass capsule that takes guests more than 300 feet above the ocean for incomparable panoramic views, and the RipCord by iFLY skydiving and FlowRider surfing simulators.
Guests will be dazzled with the ships’ transformative venues, such as the Two70 lounge, a great room by day and an immersive, multimedia entertainment spectacle at night.
SeaPlex changes throughout the day to offer bumper cars, disco roller skating, circus school, and basketball and other sports.
Guests also will delight at the expansive array of delicious fare in 18 distinctive onboard restaurants and enjoy Royal Caribbean Productions’ industry-renowned entertainment in Music Hall, the Royal Theater, and the Royal Esplanade.
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