Anthem of the Seas – ship tour

Take a look inside the Royal Caribbean ship, Anthem of the Seas. Mogens covers all the passenger areas on the ship. RCI are offering found offer good deals on drinks packages, buy a cruise get the next half price or 25% off the 3rd and 4th guests. The battle for new cruisers is all about bringing new generations into causing, families and future clients as the operators all build new ships. SAGA have two new ships on order, Cunard one, Carnival four – they all have so they need to broaden the fan base and with 54 million people expected to cruise this year with only 28% being over 60 you can see things are changing at sea. It is not just a great holiday, taking you to great places like the Baltics and the Canaries it is also about great entertainment you can find anywhere else, and interesting speakers like Stuart St Paul telling of some of the greatest movie secrets.Click here for the special CARIBBEAN SEASON destination menu. Each major Island and Caribbean Season Destination has a guide or film about the tours here !Anthem of the Seas is one of a fleet of 25 ships which will all eventually find a place in our menu system. It is the second in RCI’s groundbreaking Quantum Class of ships. RCI boasts it has more state-of-the-art technology, world-class dining and spectacular entertainment than any other cruise ship in the world. Emma Wilby is the ships Godmother and Jamie Oliver sets the pace in cuisine. It has its very own art installation – a 10-metre tall carbon fibre giraffe called Gigi sporting swimsuit. Gigi presides over deck 15 making her higher than the Statue of Liberty. From interactive dancing robots to West End-calibre shows in the Royal Theatre, where the technology is just as impressive as the production. Shows have included We Will Rock You, based on the music of Queen, We Will Rock You is a funny, fast-paced rock and roll adventure from start to finish. Then, just like the London Eye, there is the chance to get a bird’s eye view of the ship or spot your destination before you even reach land. In a bubble, you ascend 300ft above sea level for 360 views that will take your breath away and it is free. Then there are the dodgem cars, yes, all the fun of the fair because this is a fun ship. There is no doubt the ship means fun.Tech specs: at just under 350 meters long it rises 18 decks, 16 are passenger decks and hold 4180 passengers which can go to 4,900 in certain configurations. Launched in 2015 it travels comfortably at 22 knots. The ship tends to stay round the Americas, sailing down the New England route, including Boston, New York, Baltimore, Charleston and the Bahamas & Bermuda. It then covers the Caribbean Islands like Barbados, Antigua, St Lucia and all the others listed in our menu. Take a look at your holiday first.

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If you enjoy seeing more about the entertainers you see at sea, then take a look at our show cast! Here is our growing menu of those who work at sea.


Check out some of the great Cruise Routes, our concise films of what a ship offers when it takes a specific route. These are typical routes but we do have films to help cruisers on every popular cruise destination in the world.

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You may have seen the author on a ship giving an after-dinner speech or a lecture, his page is here. Stuart St Paul – click here  

Essentials – cruise travel labels and our cruise crime novels – oh, and the seasickness bands.

The Port guides here on Doris Visits are a great way to remember your cruise and share with your friends. The mystery thrillers are a whole new way to experience cruising. You may not have been to the ports in the novels, you certainly won’t have been to the parts of the ship they use. All the cruise crime novels will make you feel like you are in the adventure and on the ship – dodge the bullets and stay out of the romance. Ship and cruise accurate, the novels are a great way for new cruisers to discover a ship too. Please share the Amazon link. .CRUISE SHIP HEIST

QUESTION: If I travel and I am more than 24 weeks pregnant am I technically un-insured and liable for all the bills?

ANSWER: Check with your insurance company and lawyer before you travel, but it appears all the companies say no travel.

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