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The world's third-largest cruise ship arrives in UK, packed with robot bartenders, on-board circus training and even virtual sky diving

 The world's joint third-largest cruise ship, the Anthem of the Seas, has just arrived in Southampton, UK, for its naming ceremony


 The new ship has a bar operated entirely by robots that mix cocktails using precise ingredients



The highly-anticipated new cruise ship, the Anthem of the Seas, has just arrived in the UK.
Ahead of its naming ceremony, which will take place on April 20, the mammoth ocean liner has reached its berth: the 101 in Southampton Docks, which will be its home port for the summer season.
The world's third-largest joint ship, owned by Royal Caribbean, is expecting more than 80,000 people to travel on board this summer.





 Passengers with a head for heights will also be able to take a ride in a transparent capsule for amazing ocean views

 



With 18 decks and a capacity of nearly 5,000, the ship is truly an engineering feat - and expects to welcome 80,000 on board this summer



The ship's naming ceremony will take place on April 20 at the 101 at Southampton Docks, which is its home port





With 16 decks and a capacity for almost 5,000 passengers at a time, the MS Anthem of the Seas, is truly an engineering marvel.
On board, guests will experience robotic bartenders, be able to take part in circus skills training activities and even go on a virtual sky dive.
Passengers with a head for heights can try out the North Star aerial observatory, a glass capsule that takes guests more than 300 feet above the ocean for panoramic sea views.
As well as skydiving and circus training, there are also FlowRider surfing simulators on board so kids (and adults) can ride the waves and, in case the weather is bad, SeaPlex is the largest indoor sports and entertainment complex at sea with activities including bumper cars and roller skating.




On board, guests will see robotic bartenders, have the opportunity to hone their circus skills and even go on a virtual sky dive



 Adrenaline junkies will also be ableto enjoy the dodgems as part of the amazing variety of entertainment on board the ship 


For foodies, there are 18 distinctive on board restaurants, ranging from traditional American to the magical Wonderland, which promises to be a feast for the senses, to Jamie's Italian, a traditional pub and Japanese cuisine. 
The 1,300-seat theatre will show Queen-themed West End musical We Will Rock You as well as a cabaret show and an original production for Royal Caribbean called The Gift.
Anthem of the Seas spans 16 guest decks, encompasses 167,800 gross registered tonnes, carries 4,180 guests at double occupancy and features 2,090 staterooms in total. 
After a summer sailing from Southampton, New York Harbour will become the ship’s permanent home in November, sailing regularly from Cape Liberty Cruise Port to Bermuda, the Caribbean and Canada and New England.


 The magical restaurant Wonderland will serve imaginative cuisine which Royal Caribbean claims will be a 'feast for the senses'





Emma Wilby, a 27-year-old travel agent, won the contest to name the ship Anthem of the Seas

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