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Winnipeg Free Press - Section F - - TRAVEL -

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.

PHO­TOS BY SIMON BROOKE-WARD

The An­them of the Seas ar­rives in Southamp­ton.

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