March 17 2017
The ocean liner Anthem of the Seas, operating for Royal Caribbean, encountered last February harsh weather (120 mph winds) during a cruise.
A passenger broadcast some impressive footage!
The passenger was filming from deck 3, showing 9 meters waves striking the 351 meters long and 40 m. large ship.
Surely a storm the passengers will remember a long time; meanwhile they received a compensation for a next trip.
Anthem of the Seas is the second ship of the Quantum class, which surpasses the earlier Freedom-class ships by over 14,000 GT, becoming the second largest class of passenger ships behind RCI's Oasis class ships on a gross tonnage basis.
Anthem of the Seas was delivered to Royal Caribbean on April 10, 2015, and christened on April 20, 2015. She has 20 passenger-accessible decks, 8 of which featuring balcony staterooms overlooking the ocean.
Like the Celebrity Solstice class, those staterooms above the life boats are recessed into the superstructure and don't look down directly at the ocean. There are a total of 2,090 staterooms: 1,570 balcony staterooms, 147 ocean-view staterooms, and 373 inside staterooms.