The most family-friendly space on Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas is SeaPlex, billed as the largest indoor active space at sea. The bi-level Deck 15 play zone offers a slew of fun activities, including first-at-sea bumper cars, roller skating, and even a circus school with a flying trapeze.
The recently launched Anthem of the Seas is now sailing from New York.
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Even when SeaPlex transforms into an old-school roller skating rink, the atmosphere is nevertheless futuristic thanks to a state-of-the-art floating DJ booth hovering above the action.
SeaPlex can also convert into circus school complete with a flying trapeze. Kids and adults wear harnesses and the space is made safe with nets and padded mats below. The circus school also features Lyra hoops and juggling.
Hoops on a Full Court
At other times, SeaPlex changes into a full-size regulation basketball court, which is also used for other sports such as volleyball, soccer, and badminton.
One the mezzanine level inside SeaPlex, there's a video gaming suite with multiple giant screens. Passengers can play Xbox Live and compete with other gamers worldwide thanks to the ship's superfast, pervasive wi-fi connectivity.
Table tennis, air hockey, and foosball are some of the other available activities on the mezzanine level in SeaPlex. This is so much fun on a cruise.
Gourmet Hot Dogs and Snacks
SeaPlex Dog House is the first-ever food truck at sea, offering a wide menu of sausages and hot dogs that span the globe in origin and flavor—along with an array of condiments, sides and salads.