The "Anthem of the Seas," a gigantic cruise that is two and a half times higher than the great pyramid of Giza in Egypt, as long as five Boeing 747 and superior in a capacity of lodging to the highest hotel in the world.
The ship weighs 167,800 tons and has 2,000 cabins distributed in 16 decks with 18 restaurants, swimming pools, jacuzzi, theater, and carousel, among others.
Among the main attractions of the ship is a bionic bar, i.e., waiters are robots, a parachute simulator, a wave generator for surfing, an observatory capsule 90 meters above sea level, interior cabins with balconies virtual gardens, as well as a luxurious garden surrounded by shops and restaurants.
The Anthem of the Seas was in the United Kingdom, from where it sailed to the Mediterranean and the Canary Islands between April and October. If and when it sails to Roatan, it has the ability to bring 4,180 passengers and 2,384 crew on what would be a thirteen-day journey by Roatan, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, the Costa Maya and Cancun in Mexico.