Stand aside shuffleboard. On your next cruise, you can…
Skydive. Well, simulated skydiving, but it’s still awesome. Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class ships
Walk the plank. Built for the fearless, this thing extends off the side of the ship, 180 feet above the water. Norwegian’s Breakaway(+) Class ships
Race a car. If you already drive at high speeds on I95, these racing simulators are a perfect fit. MSC Cruises* and Costa* ships
Bungee jump. Even more thrilling if the ship is rocking. Royal Caribbean’s Vision Class ships*
Soar like a bird. Grab an overhead view of the port with North Star. Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class ships
Stand on thin air. At least thing glass. Check out the views though! Princess Cruises’ Royal Class ships
Hang ten. They’ve been around for a few years, but who could get tired of surfing at sea? Royal Caribbean ships*
Rappel from the funnel. A twist on the rock climbing wall, do some rappelling at sea. Norwegian ships
Crash a car. Safely. Did another cruiser cut in line at the buffet? Bumper cars can fix that. Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class ships
Jump off a platform. Now you can live your dream and join the circus, or at least join a circus academy. Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class ships
Zipline. Wave to everyone down below as you soar overhead from one side of the ship to the other. Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class ships
Escape like a spy. Can you make it through this room of lasers? Costa Cruises’ Diadema class ships
Ride the coaster waves. Speed through this water coaster with thrilling ocean views. Disney Cruise Line’s Dream Class ships
Who ever said cruises were boring?
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Article does not include amenities or features on ships not currently in service.
*Available on select ships only.