The Anthem Of The Seas: High-tech ship

The Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship, is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea
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An instructor uses the skydiving simulator on board the Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Robots make cocktails, ordered via a tablet in the bionic bar on board Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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The 'Two70' lounge on the Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An art installation on the Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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The 'X-Box' attraction room in the Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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The 'Pulse Spiral', an interactive chandelier on board Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An inside stateroom with a virtual balcony on board Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A general view of the indoor pool area Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Guests enjoy the bumper cars on Royal Caribbean's latest cruise liner 'The Anthem Of The Seas', a 4,905-passenger ship which is docked in Southampton on April 20, 2015. The ship is billed as the most technologically advanced cruise vessel ever. It boasts fast internet speeds, an all-digital check-in process, a skydiving simulator at sea and the first bumper cars at sea. (AFP/Getty Images)
Tue 21 Apr 2015 12:36 PM GST