ROYAL Caribbean are letting you try out their ships for free – and will even throw in a free lunch too.
The cruise company is opening up Anthem of the Seas to the public while it’s docked in Southampton in May 2020.
Royal Caribbean‘s Anthem of the Seas is due to set sail from Southampton next summer.
Before then, guests can try out the ship for themselves, making the most of the on board amenities and activities.
For example, guests can have a go on the skydiving attraction, surf simulator or even the indoor activity zone with bumper cars and circus school.
The ship also has their North Star glass pod, which offers 360 degree views, 300 feet in the air.
The cruise line has launched the open day to allow people who are scared of flying, to experience the ship.
Four in ten people miss out on holidays as they are too scared to go on a plane.
If you can prove you’re scared of flying, and you’re the one of the first 50 people to get in touch, you can even get a complimentary lunch from one of the on board restaurants.
Guests can send either a medical note or 50 words on their worst flying experience to try and win the free lunch, as long as they email firstname.lastname@example.org before November 30.
The Anthem of the Seas first launched in 2015, and is the first largest Quantum class cruise ship.
It will set sail from the UK again in 2020.
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