Royal Caribbean Debuts in The Guinness Book Of World Records

By ,   December 3, 2016 ,   Cruise Industry

Royal Caribbean has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records due to its unique North Star attraction aboard line’s Quantum-class cruise ships. 

The North Star is an intimate and one-of-a-kind experience that takes passengers on an exhilarating trip high above the sea. This glass observation capsule gently rises more than 300 feet in the air and rotates upwards and over the sides of the ship to provide the most breathtaking, 360-degree views imaginable.

These views helped the North Star break the record for “Highest Viewing Deck on a Cruise Ship.”

Quantum of the Seas

The three Quantum-class ships offer world-class vacation experiences to international guests. Two of the technologically advanced ships sail from Asia and the Pacific region, Quantum of the Seas from Beijing (Tianjin), China and Ovation of the Seas from Shanghai (Baoshan), China; Sydney, Australia; and Singapore. The third, Anthem of the Seas, cruises from Cape Liberty Cruise Port in New York Harbor to Bermuda, The Bahamas and the Caribbean.

First introduced in 2014, the Quantum-class ships boldly redefined the industry with unprecedented innovations in design, thrilling activities, game-changing technology, multidimensional entertainment and a robust, variety of dining opportunities that create the ultimate, contemporary cruising experience found only on Royal Caribbean.

Source: Royal Caribbean International