Royal Caribbean Feature, the North Star, Makes Company Entry in the Guinness Book of World Records


Considered the highest viewing deck on a cruise vessel, the North Star attraction, featured on Royal Caribbean’s three Quantum class ships, is now an official entry in the Guinness Book of World Records. The three ships, Quantum of the Seas, Ovation of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas, all feature the North Star attraction – an amenity that permits guests to see panoramic views inside a glass observation capsule.

North Star - Anthem of the Seas

Photo credit: Royal Caribbean International

The capsule, which gradually rises over 300 feet in height, rotates above and past the sides of a ship so travelers are availed with breathtaking 360-degree views. Guests are able to enjoy one of five famous views, depending on the ship on which they are traveling. For example, the Anthem of the Seas provides amazing views of the Statue of Liberty, while the Ovation of the Seas offers a stunning introduction to Milford Sound in New Zealand.

The Hong Kong skyline is highlighted onboard the Quantum of the Seas, and the Anthem of the Seas provides guests with peaceful views of Paradise Island in the Bahamas. The Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House are both immortalized when the Ovation of the Seas sails into port.

The Guinness Book insertion adds to the accomplishments already achieved by the Quantum class line, each of which have boldly redefined the cruise ship industry with a variety of entertainment options and thrilling, one-of-a-kind technologies and activities.
Source: Royal Caribbean Press Center

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