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5 Night Bermuda Cruise from Bayonne (Cape Liberty)

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Bayonne (Cape Liberty)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    King's Wharf
  • Day 4
    King's Wharf
  • Day 5
    Cruising
  • Day 6
    Bayonne (Cape Liberty)

Anthem of the Seas

Anthem of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International

Pros

Cruisers are spoiled for choice when it comes to activities, restaurants

Cons

For-fee dining, additional activities can come with hefty price tag

Bottom Line

Ship is fun, beautiful and perfect for families and those looking for a resort experience


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: February 2019
Part of a group of over a hundred radio station listeners. Two busloads. Embarkation was smooth once we got past the inevitable Port Liberty traffic jam. THis access road has been under construction for YEARS! They need to take a lesson ... Read More
Part of a group of over a hundred radio station listeners. Two busloads. Embarkation was smooth once we got past the inevitable Port Liberty traffic jam. THis access road has been under construction for YEARS! They need to take a lesson from Baltimore. A very beautiful ship with a ton of amenities. So many activities. Ship is laid out nicely. A lot of people onboard but the crowds rarely impacted our days with the exception of the pool deck on sunny days and the Windjammer every day. Balcony cabin 10th floor starboard. Very nicely appointed. Bed and couch and chair were hard as stone. Be prepared if you like sleeping on a soft mattress. Attendant George was wonderful. Internet was terrible. The most complained about part of the group trip. Constant drop outs. Good for maybe checking your email during non peak hours, and good for absolutely nothing the rest of the time. RC should be ashamed to charge what they do for that god awful mess. Food in the main dining rooms was good. Not great, but good. I ate everything. Food at Jamie Oliver's was fantastic. If you only do one specialty restaurant, do Jamies. Izumi was very good, too. Room service breakfast was not good (how do you mess up continental breakfast? By forgetting stuff on the order multiple days. I suppose that when there is no service charge there is lesser service?) Biggest food surprises - the hot dogs at the dog cart next to the bumper cars. They were awesome! Best kept secret on the ship. And, dinner at the Solarium Bistro. It just seemed fresher and hotter and more custom. Perhaps because it's a smaller place. We ended up eating there 3 times (lobster special!). Also, the pizza at Sorrento's had some fans in our group. The Windjammer was the real disappointment. Lots of stations scattered around all serving the same thing made the traffic pattern a free for all. The food tasted like school cafeteria food, except for the custom stuff. The make your own pasta station was good, and the made to order omelets were good, too. But, geez RC - on a ship with 3,000 plus people can't you afford to have more than two chefs making omelets in the Windjammer? One morning I counted 16 people in line. Ridiculous. And not nearly enough seats. Why do people insist on sitting in the Windjammer during busy breakfast and lunch, and play cards at the table while other people are looking for a place to eat their meal? Also, you're sailing out of New York - how about getting some decent bagels! Bar staff was good everywhere we went. Schooner Bar was a favorite. Well done. And activities were well organized and fun. We had people do the Flowrider and the Eye and the whatever it's called when you get blown up in the air in that tube and float around. All were well liked. Shows were well liked, although older members of our group complained about the volume. All the ports were good. I've been to them all before so with most of them I got off the ship and did my own thing. St Lucia I did a ship excursion catamaran to the Pitons. Nice trip! I haven't been to St. Kitts for several years. Certainly the Most Improved Port on the cruise. Disembarkation was smooth. No issues. I've been cruising for 30 years. The big ships have some big advantages and are fantastic. RC has always had great staff and crews and always deliver a great experience. My only disappointment was the food. It's nowhere near as good as it used to be. RC you really need to up your game, especially in the Windjammer. It was not a pleasant experience. We did everything we could not to have to try and eat there. It was not enjoyable. You can do better. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
We were not able to find affordable snow bird housing in Florida, so we took this cruise instead. We had no idea what to expect from the Anthem of the Seas, but as it turned out, she is a beautiful ship with numerous entertainment and ... Read More
We were not able to find affordable snow bird housing in Florida, so we took this cruise instead. We had no idea what to expect from the Anthem of the Seas, but as it turned out, she is a beautiful ship with numerous entertainment and dining venues and a great pool deck. The entertainment was much better than that of our previous cruises. You could go from one venue to another all evening. The productions were very interesting and entertaining. The voices of the performers in We Will Rock You were fabulous. There were plenty of daytime activities - especially on sea days. Service was top notch in all areas of the ship. The only disappointments we encountered were with the dining room menus that had been scaled back to the point of boredom over the past few years. Yes, the food is mostly good, but we've seen the same menus now on our past 3 cruises on three different ships. Johnny Rockets, unfortunately, was a take out only, but the shakes were still awesome. We also ate at the Solarium twice. The first time, my husband's meal (chicken skewers) was very dry. The second time, we had the best steaks ever on a ship! Unfortunately, the desserts looked lovely, but they were tasteless due to the absence of sugar. We had our desserts in the Windjammer instead. Speaking of the Windjammer, we had most of our meals there. The variety and quality of the food were very impressive. All in all, we had a great time and would definitely take this cruise again. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
We chose the Anthem of the Seas because we could drive to the port. Loved the idea of a longer (12 days) cruise. It was going to 4 ports we had never sailed to. We had a junior suite with an extended balcony which we used a lot. The staff ... Read More
We chose the Anthem of the Seas because we could drive to the port. Loved the idea of a longer (12 days) cruise. It was going to 4 ports we had never sailed to. We had a junior suite with an extended balcony which we used a lot. The staff was amazing and so friendly. Loved the show We will Rock you. Enjoyed the technology and the performers in Spectra’s Cafe. Although a little too modern for my taste. Two 70 lounge was just spectacular. Lots of dinning options on the ship. The North Star, bumper cars, and Ifly were amazing. We scheduled everything online before boarding. We dined at Wonderland which was an experience. The food and service was top notched. Jamie’s Italian was just delicious. The layout of the ship was easy to navigate. Venues were not hard to reach. Can’t wait to go on this ship again. Read Less
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