has rapid-fire, reasonably priced Internet, a first for the industry.
Like Quantum, it also has North Star, the Plexiglas ball that takes passengers 100 metres above the sea, SeaPlex and its roller skating and dodge cars, rooms full of Internet games and RipCord, a skydiving simulator. Chef Jamie Oliver has his second at-sea restaurant, which on Quantum was far and away the most popular specialty dining site with main courses of $15 to $20.
Finally, and most importantly, if you’ve waited in line to board, you know it can be a pain. Now you can do the paperwork online from home and board, curbside to pool deck, in just 10 minutes — another industry first. At every turn, Anthem of the Seas is a favourite both with baby boomers, who have embraced technology and multigenerational families.
The Anthem of the Seas arrives in Southampton.