Many of you have read and commented on my recent post on the Anthem of the Seas, and I appreciate all the feedback.
Overall, we all have to realize that everything is subjective and each individuals level of adaptation to a cruise that isn’t going entirely as planned is going to be different. For example, someone that booked the cruise with the intention of participating in all the various bar trivia, enjoying the casino, playing bingo, and shopping my not even have noticed or felt the effects of the missing panels on deck 14. On the other hand, someone that booked this ship in the winter specifically because they had an indoor pool area, puzzle room, flying trapeze class, and North Star might be a little more frustrated. To someone that has been on many RC cruises in the past, the Flowrider, rock wall, etc might be old news by now and therefore wouldn’t affect you.
We personally booked this ship because it seemed like there were so many activities available during the colder sea days. And now, the fun part! I really am a big kid at heart, and I was right in line with them to try all the fun activities.
Once things opened up again, the amenities did provide a truly unique experience at sea. Here is the highlight video of all the fun things on board!
link in case the below doesn't work on your browser: https://youtu.be/yeT1PcqKGqU