The World Awaits Travel, LLC
"the educated way to travel"
By Camille Pepe Sperrazza
On this ship you get to view the sea from a new angle - the sky.
First, there's The North Star, a Ferris-wheel type car that climbs 300 feet above sea level so your view of the ocean reaches new heights. Then, if you're more adventurous, experience what it's like to fly by venturing into iFly, a skydiving simulator. The action takes place within an enclosed glass vessel, where a steady stream of air keeps you afloat.
Royal Caribbean, always known for its action-packed cruising style, also brings us the new Seaplex, an indoor sports center where you can ride bumper cars or go roller-skating. Royal's famous rock climbing wall and FlowRider are aboard Quantum too.
There's plenty for those who enjoy the traditional elements of cruising - shows like "Mama Mia!" and a unique space called Two70, that comes to life at night with digital scenery. Another big attraction: Watching the robotic bartenders make everyone drinks. I heard it's even more fun when they miss the cups.
For foodies, the Grande restaurant offers lobster on the menu every night, while Chic provides the fare of Asia. Both are complimentary venues, as is the American Icon Grill and several others dining options. Wonderland, a pay restaurant, is a magical dining room where food is seemingly suspended in mid-air.
Some of the suite staterooms are magnificent duplexes that overlook the ocean. Interior cabins contain a wall with a screen, offering a digital view of the sea.
For more information or to book a trip, contact "Commodore" Camille today.
This article was accurate when it was written, but everything in life changes. Enjoy the journey!
Copyright: Camille Pepe Sperrazza
View from The North Star.