New Yorkers, that multi-tasking, maximizing lot of over-achievers, who live or work on the small islands off the coast of the U.S. are pretty demanding travelers. Even the ones who aren’t 48 inches tall yet have pretty high expectations. Yahoo! Executive Editor, Laura Begley Bloom recently reviewed Anthem of the Seas and proclaimed, “You can’t think of a better home port for a ship like this which practically rivals Manhattan when it comes to over the top attractions.”
See why she and daughter Lucy decided that Anthem of the Seas and New York City are a perfect match.
New Yorkers take games seriously and so does Anthem’s Seaplex which has old-school roller skating and basketball, but also circus school trapeze class, bumper cars made by Ferrari, and X-box gaming pods wired to the fastest internet at sea.
Ever thought about sky diving? Ever thought about sky diving at sea? You can on the Ripcord by iFly simulator that not only challenges newbies, but if you can ride to the top of the 23 foot high air column you have an awesome view. If that isn’t high enough, the North Star capsule will lift you 300 feet above the sea.
Dinner and theater
Nope, not the dinner theater your grandparents took you to, but molecular gastronomy that turns adventurous ingredients into a smoke and foam dinner production at Wonderland. After dinner, have the robot bartenders at the Bionic Bar shake up a nightcap for you.
There is so much to do on Anthem of the Seas, even travelers from the city that never sleeps will want to plan their adventure.