Anthem of the Seas – Introduction
Anthem of the Seas is a Royal Caribbean QUANTUM Class ship. She was built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Her Maiden Voyage was on the 22nd April 2015 from Southampton, England.
At full capacity, she can accommodate 4,609 passengers but this does not make her the largest cruise ship in the world. She is, however, a close second to her sister ships the Oasis Class, which are the largest cruise ships in the world.
The 18 passenger decks offer plenty of space for those looking for somewhere quiet to relax.
Anthem of the Seas Dining
There are 17 dining options to choose from. These range from casual buffet-style to multi-course fine dining and 24 hour light snacks. They offer all sorts of worldwide cuisine and cater for all dietary requirements.
Activities Onboard Anthem of the Seas
Anthem of the Seas is a ship that has plenty of activities for people of all ages. Sporty types can enjoy a wide range of high adrenalin activities. Arty types will enjoy a west end musical, high tech shows and a range of performances around the ship.
Families can take advantage of the Adventure Ocean kids club with daily sessions for 3 to 17-year-olds.
The Vitality Spa and Fitness Centre offers a state of the art gym, a range of fitness classes and some of the most advanced spa services at sea.
An adults-only solarium is the ultimate place to relax. Cascading pools, whirlpools, extra luxurious loungers and a dedicated bar with floor to ceiling glass and roof to enjoy the views.
Anthem of the Seas is perfectly suitable for people with mobility issues. Corridors built to allow wheelchairs to turn 180 degrees, along with all public rooms featuring entrances with gradual inclines.
A wide choice of stateroom types are available, from single rooms to multi-bedroom family suites and two-storey loft suites. Rooms for five people or more cannot be booked online. Please contact your travel agent or the cruise line directly.
Anthem of the Seas is the perfect multi-generational cruise ship.