Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas was voted the best new ocean cruise ship in 2015 in the 3rd annual Cruise Fever Fan Awards.
Anthem of the Seas is the 2nd Quantum class ship from Royal Caribbean and debuted in the spring of 2015. After a season in Europe, Anthem of the Seas is now based out of Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey and sails a variety of itineraries to the Caribbean. The ship has all of the groundbreaking features that Quantum of the Seas brought to the cruise industry including robotic bartenders, a skydiving simulator, the Two70 Lounge, and the versatile Seaplex. Anthem of the Seas features 18 different restaurants on board that will satisfy every appetite.
Norwegian Escape, the first Breakaway Plus ship from Norwegian Cruise Line, finished second in voting. Norwegian Escape is the currently the newest cruise ship sailing to the Caribbean entering service in November. The 4,000 passenger ship has 28 dining options, the largest waterpark at sea, Broadway entertainment, and studio staterooms for solo passengers.
Viking Star, Viking Ocean Cruises first cruise ship, rounded out the top three. Viking Star offers an almost all-inclusive cruise experience. One shore excursion in each port, specialty restaurants, the spa’s thermal suite, WiFi, and drinks during dinner are all included in cruise fares.
MV Britannia finished 4th in voting.
Voting took place on CruiseFever.net and concluded on November 30, 2015. Multiple votes from the same IP address were discarded.
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