Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas “Wow” Features Explained in an Infographic

Anthem of the Seas review in a snapshot.

It’s getting confusing. Trying to decipher which ship has what innovative/exciting/unique new feature is like trying to figure out what mobile phone carrier offers the best data & roaming package. The options are endless.

Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas arrives Southampton in April 2015.
Royal Caribbean’s new Anthem of the Seas will arrive Southampton in April 2015.

And so are the amazing details about Royal Caribbean’s latest ship, the Anthem of the Seas. The second ship in Royal Caribbean’s ground-breaking Quantum class ship design, the Anthem of the Seas will cruise the 2015 inaugural spring, summer and early fall seasons from Southampton, England.

How can you easily remember some of the factoids about this new ship? Enter the ever-insightful infographic.

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So you’ve scrolled this far, eh? OK…how many passengers will the Anthem of the Seas accommodate? If you remembered 4,180…you’re right! No, you don’t win a free cruise. But you will be the smartest kid on the block when the Anthem of the Seas sails into Southampton for the first time in April, 2015.

I might even try the Ripcord by iFLY – the first ever sky-diving simulator at sea. And definitely the Northstar – a glass-walled capsule suspended on a crane that take passengers 300′ above the ocean. Dining in the evening is different too; the new Dynamic Dining concept features no set dining or seating times in any of the dining rooms.

If you live in Europe, you’ll have nearly seven months in which to choose your Southampton cruise holiday; from 3- to 14-night sailings. Or…for an incredible experience, reserve a stateroom aboard the Anthem of the Seas on October 31, 2015 for a 14-night transatlantic crossing from Southampton to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, and visit three Caribbean islands en route. Just sayin.’

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