Royal Caribbean International makes its debut in the Guinness Book of World Records
Royal Caribbean has today announced that it has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records with its unique North Star attraction aboard the cruise line’s Quantum-class ships.
The North Star is a one-of-a-kind exclusive experience that takes guests on an exhilarating journey 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.”
The three Quantum class ships – Quantum, Ovation and Anthem of the Seas – offer world-class holiday experiences to international guests. Quantum of the Seas is homeported in Beijing (Tianjin) and starting this week, Ovation of the Seas will be home ported in Sydney for the southern hemisphere summer.
Anthem of the Seas is currently sailing from Cape Liberty Cruise Port in New York Harbour to Bermuda, The Bahamas and the Caribbean.
Examples of famous views guests can see from the top of the North Star include the Statue of Liberty, Paradise Island in the Bahamas, Milford Sound in New Zealand, the Hong Kong Skyline and the Sydney Opera House, Australia.