Sail Date: November 2018
This is the third time on this ship. We love the shows and entertainment first and foremost. This years cast were outstanding. Embarkation and disembarkation were very smooth. The cabin was a good standard. Ship is very clean. ... Read More
This is the third time on this ship. We love the shows and entertainment first and foremost. This years cast were outstanding. Embarkation and disembarkation were very smooth. The cabin was a good standard. Ship is very clean. Formal nights are included and we are amazed that people still, and are not turned away, go into a main dining room in shorts and flip flops. They could eat in the Windjammer. We did speak to the staff there and they informed us they would,also like a change in this but their hands are tied and asked us to complain. While the buffet food is plentiful with amazing choice selection, the main dining rooms have deteriorated considerably The service we have found, in the main, has been very good. We tend to find a great waiter and ask to sit with them every night. The menu choices are pretty samey with few changes each night. I am not sure what has changed in the kitchens but the fish cookery was worse than dire. I enjoy fish but it didn’t matter what I selected, it was not good. Sole - meant to be pan fried - was ‘gluey’ with no signs of a pan fry ie it was white as if been poached without seasoning. This was inedible. Barramundi - a very meaty and delicious fish - was completely destroyed by over cooking. I had a piece of rubber served to me The battered cod was tasteless The salmon was grey and chewy. I switched to meat when I realised the fish chef needed lessons. The only good meals I had were the rack of lamb and beef short rib. Then there was the menu and it’s choices versus what you actually received. Pan fried chicken breast was actually roast chicken leg Mashed parsnip,was mashed potato Roasted squash was grilled courgette Cilantro coleslaw - cilantro was green pepper - no cilantro in sight Duck in orange - absolutely no orange flavour Roasted tomato soup tasted and gloopy texture was similar to packet soups from my school days Coconut crispy shrimps - not a trace of coconut but the same as Asian crispy shrimp that was on menu two days before On a couple of days the watermelon tasted of onion - knives need major cleaning On one evening we heard, over the tannoy, that the Anthem had been voted best ship for food for 2018 - in what poll? We love cruising and have so many choices out there which is why we feel RCL need to look at every one of their ships on a regular basis, as a passenger. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: November 2018
With limited vacation days, this cruise made it possible to take 8 night cruise with 3 vacataion days. We sailed Anthem 2 months ago in September. We were in cabin 11572 in Sept 2018 and Nov 2018. Ship was almost full 4,800 pass. ... Read More
With limited vacation days, this cruise made it possible to take 8 night cruise with 3 vacataion days. We sailed Anthem 2 months ago in September. We were in cabin 11572 in Sept 2018 and Nov 2018. Ship was almost full 4,800 pass. Lots of families with children. Never had any problems or complaints with full ship or lots of children. Only encountered 3 rude adults 1X the entire cruise. And all children we saw were very sweet and well behaved. In fact, it was a joy to see so many families celebrating the holiday. would not hesitate to book this Thanksgiving cruise again. We were on private island on Thanksgiving and there was more than enough space and chairs for everyone. All staff were very pleasant. Had excellent service in dining room. Grande with Diana and Marvin. Best team ever. Cabin 11572 is nice location. Had bad matress in Sept and let Royal Caribbean know and asked that it be replaced before we came back in November as we had the same cabin booked. Sorry to say nothing was done, and we were very disappointed in Royal for doing nothing to address the problem. Our wonderful cabin attentant said she would try to help. She put something under matress night 1. didn't help. she put 2 folded matress pads over the matress 2nd night, that didn't work either. Anya flipped matress 3rd night. that moved the problem to the other bed, but at least it was bearable. Neither bed was comfortable, but at least the pain in the morning was not as bad as first 2 nights. Everything else about the cruise was great. The shows are outstanding. The talent on stage is excellent. Ship is beautiful and clean. Our internet worked very well entire cruise. Use it to watch friends on Netflix because there are very few TV channels to watch. Food was good. Not great, but there was nothing bad. I didn't have to cook it or clean up and I never went hungry, so I was happy. this was cruise #35 for us. Had matress problems 1X on Princess, and 3X on Royal. the other 31 cruises, Celebrity, Princess, Disney and Royal, beds were fine. So I know it is possible. Just last 3X on Royal cant seem to break the bad matress spell. Overall, if not for matress, everything else was great. Love the Anthem. Read Less
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Sail Date: November 2018
I booked this cruise as a surprise to my parents for their 30th Anniversary. Us being a close family, we all went together. This was our 16th cruise on RCCL and first on Anthem of the Seas. We've left from Bayonne 6 times previously, ... Read More
I booked this cruise as a surprise to my parents for their 30th Anniversary. Us being a close family, we all went together. This was our 16th cruise on RCCL and first on Anthem of the Seas. We've left from Bayonne 6 times previously, however this was prior to the new terminal being built. The new terminal is fantastic and allows for a very smooth experience. We arrived around 9:30 and were ushered straight in to drop our luggage. After doing so it was a quick in to the parking garage and we were on our way. A few parking notes. It is $20 per day and you get a ticket and pay upon your return. There are many pay stations which makes it easy. There are only two elevators, so I recommend walking the ramp to save time. The ship itself was nothing short of awe inspiring. As soon as you walk on the gangway, you see the vastness of this ship. This was the first time for us on the Quantum class of ships. We found it very well designed and laid out. There was a venue for every taste and you could always find a place playing live music. There is two main "gathering areas" I would call them. The Royal Esplanade replaces the promenade on this class, and the Via is an extension of it featuring an open area round Jamies Italian and Vintages. There was usually an acoustic set going on here. We found that despite having these places, the ship lacked sufficient area for a large group gathering. Everything was split up promoting different areas instead of one central gathering point like the Promenade or Centrum on the smaller classes. This design contributed to the fact that despite there are 4,900 of your closest friends on board, you really don't notice crowds that often. The food overall was fantastic. We had 5:30 seating in the MDR which ended up being The Grande Restaurant. Due to the Dynamic Dining concept going south, the MDR is setup as four restaurants. The Grande and Chic serve for the traditional seatings, American Icon and Silk serve as My Time. I did notice them filling tables in The Grande with My Time Diners as space allowed. The wait staff was extremely efficient and not one of our meals took over an hour. The food was excellent on this ship. Nice sized portions and great flavor. My only slight con is that everything seafood was cooked to death. However, it was still good. We ate in Wonderland on Thanksgiving and did not regret it. We went on a culinary trip down the rabbit hole and were delighted with all the dishes. The waiter will go over the menu with you and ask preferences but will ultimately pick the dishes to be served. Go with an open mind and do not expect ordinary. We experienced flavor like none other and the entire experience was top notch. This is not a restaurant for a picky eater, and they will explain that to you at the beginning. I found the activities lacking on this ship. Granted we were never at a loss for something to do, but it lacked planned activities. The compass on sea days were not as packed full as other ships that I have been on. Also, the evening activities were a little difficult to find as they list them in a separate area in the compass and not in the main area like other ships. The bands in the lounges, however, were top notch and a joy to go to. The shows were absolutely top notch. Spectras Cabaret and We Will Rock You are not to be missed! The actors are stunningly talented, and Spectra owns his role. Five thumbs up for shows offered on this ship. We did not get to see The Gift. Overall I rank this ship as good to excellent. The ship is well laid out and you never feel crowded despite the sheer number of people on board. The staff members were all very friendly and went out of their way to make sure that everything was great and you were happy. This was a Thanksgiving cruise so there were many families on board, and over 1200 children. It was a test of patience overall on the cruise dealing with that number of children, notably teens that were left to their own devices and terrorizing elevators and lounging in the stairways. We tend to avoid peak children times and will continue to do so in the future for these reasons. A Crown and Anchor Note: D+ members do not have reserved seating in the theaters. Only certain suites and pinnacles. Keep this in mind when attending shows. I was miffed by this and noted this in the survey as this is one of the benefits. Anthem still has a concierge lounge which welcomes D+ members, and it was a fantastic place to enjoy a drink in the evenings. The loyalty ambassador was a tiny bit more helpful on this cruise compared to others that I have been on and was able to take care of some issues that we had with no problems. We would definitely try out Anthem again. However, we will most likely attempt it on an off peak time with less children and a longer itinerary. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2018
This was an exciting cruise for us. First time leaving from a northern port, Cape Liberty, NJ. First time on Anthem of the Seas. First time going to Bermuda. We cruised November 10th thru November 17th. I picked this week due to ... Read More
This was an exciting cruise for us. First time leaving from a northern port, Cape Liberty, NJ. First time on Anthem of the Seas. First time going to Bermuda. We cruised November 10th thru November 17th. I picked this week due to wanting 2.5 days in Bermuda. I knew going in the weather might be a little questionable. We drove into port. Pretty nice easy drive other that 8 hours of rain. Parking at port was quick and easy. We entered Terminal and walked right up to someone holding a tablet and checked in. Nice and easy. They used the pics we had uploaded from home. We went and sat in holding area. Right around 11 AM they started the boarding process. We were on the ship by 11:15. Right away we went to one of the Kiosk and made reservations for IFly and North Star. Then it was time to head to the buffet. The buffet was very hectic, which is the normal for embarkation day. I just grabbed first thing I came to and was happy with it. They started making announcements that the cabins were ready at 12:45. The doors to the halls were not open yet. I think this was a ploy to get people to leave the Windjammer to clear tables for other passengers needing a place to sit. Rooms did open up at 1. Our cabin was 6270. Some of these rooms on deck 6 are marked as obstructed. Was not sure how much our view would be obstructed. Was not bad. Will post some pics. Was nuisance having Jamie's outdoor seating below us. We did have to make sure drapes closed good when dressing. Our cabin was very nice. Plenty of storage. Loved the decor. Shower awesome. Floors did need a good cleaning. Not sure was vacuumed before we boarded. Our room steward had also just boarded the ship so not his fault. Leaving NJ/NY was very windy and pretty cold. We stayed out just until we went under the bridge then hurried back inside. The 2nd day was pretty cold and windy as well. Plenty of pool chairs available. Solarium was the busy spot and hard to find a seat. We really enjoyed the ship. Lots of neat things to do. We rode bumper cars several times. (There were only little over 500 Kids on our sailing, I could see there needing to be reservation times if full. Hate to spend so much of your time waiting in lines). We did North Star twice. I loved the IFly. Great experience. Loved the Shows, The Gift and We will Rock you. The Cabarret was little different. Our show was cut short do to rough seas. The guest entertainment was all wonderful and loved the house band, Switched On. Amazing talent. The parties were in too small of a venue. Also thought the Beatlemanics needed to be in bigger venue. The ship showed a couple 3D movies, but mainly on port days in the afternoon. I wish on day 2 and day 6 and 7 that these would have been offered. Would have been a little something extra to do since not great days to be out by the pool. Bermuda was stunning. Loved our days there. We rented mopeds and toured on our own. So many beautiful spots. Will definitely plan another trip, but probably go just a few weeks earlier in season when just a tad bit warmer. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: November 2018
The ship is beautiful and clearly designed for cruises in less than perfect weather. The Solarium is enormous and there is also a large, covered family pool area. Of course the Seaplex area with bumper cars, basketball, foosball, video ... Read More
The ship is beautiful and clearly designed for cruises in less than perfect weather. The Solarium is enormous and there is also a large, covered family pool area. Of course the Seaplex area with bumper cars, basketball, foosball, video games, etc is all indoors. We went to the NorthStar right after boarding - no reservations needed - for magnificent views of the NYC skyline. We didn't know about the Escape Room, but learned if you don't make reservations on line ahead of time it's important to go as soon as you board; I was disappointed that we couldn't get in. I heard you could do iFly without reservations on boarding day but we didn't try since I had made reservations on-line. Again, if you don't have reservations and are interested, make them as soon as you board. There were crew members in Two70 to make show reservations during boarding. Random comments / thoughts: 1. Virtually no visible presence of the ship’s officers which was a disappointment. Did not see the Cruise Director or Staff very much, either. 2. Life jackets are NOT is your cabin. They are at the muster stations. 3. Major chokepoints / crowds when exiting Two70 and the Theater. Everyone is funneling through the same doorways. 4. Two70 apparently has changing displays in the evenings (Vistagrams). We missed all but the final evenings "Fireworks". I wish we had known when the others were up. My Time Dining - it really doesn’t seem to matter if you have reservations or not (we did). The reception area pulled people from the no reservation line ahead of us; disorganized at the checkin area every night. Service was very good in American Icon and Silk; very slow in Grande, but in all fairness, they dropped us in at about 6:15, during the Early MDR Dinner service. We waited to place our orders until all of the regular tables were served. In general, service was polite but not overly friendly, likely because we had a different crew each evening. Unfortunately, with the floor layout of the dining rooms, events like the parade of chefs and servers really don’t work very well. We heard the greetings over the speakers but only had a glimpse of people as they didn’t come into the back of the room. Food was, as expected, very good. Specialty Dining - Jamie’s Italian was great. The food and service were outstanding. We will visit Jamie's again. Wonderland was interesting. The food and presentation were, as advertised, unique. It was supposed to be more about the “show” or experience, but there really wasn’t much of that; only two dishes had a real “wow” factor. The service was okay, very slow to refill water and clear dishes. I'm glad we did Wonderland once, but would not do again. Other dining - Solarium Bistro is a quiet area for a nice light dinner. Buffet for appetizers and desserts; table service for entrees. Sorrento’s and Cafe Promenade had a good variety of pizza, sandwiches and desserts. Staff was not at all friendly; I think they were overworked. Could use lemonade or punch, in addition to the cold water, hot tea and coffee available. The Bionic Bar is a fun, expensive ($15 / drink) gimmick but frequently breaks down. Production Shows - The Gift, We Will Rock You and Three Tenors were outstanding. Comedians were very good. Only disappointment was Spectra’s Closet. It was cut short because of the rough seas but what we saw wasn’t very good. I believe the blonde actress portraying Spectra was an understudy and unfortunately could not carry the show. Ship Entertainment - Excellent variety. Really enjoyed Beatlemaniacs, Matt Li and Michael Greene. The only thing missing (or maybe we just never found it) was easy listening / slow dance music. A schedule for the Music Hall for the week would help in planning. Read Less
Sail Date: November 2018
This ship conveniently leaves out of NJ, it is new and big. The dates aligned with my kids, 11 and 13, having off from school. It was our 5th cruise. We also sailed in Carnival and MSC. We have enjoyed all of them. We hit a 20 minute ... Read More
This ship conveniently leaves out of NJ, it is new and big. The dates aligned with my kids, 11 and 13, having off from school. It was our 5th cruise. We also sailed in Carnival and MSC. We have enjoyed all of them. We hit a 20 minute traffic jam driving to the port at around 11:30 AM, but once we got to the port, embarkation was fast and smooth. On disembarkation morning, there was a 1 hour line to go through customs. Balcony cabin 13216 was comfortable and spacious for our family of 4. The balcony was worthy, even when sailing during cold season. Restaurants I guess everybody read the reviews in Cruise Critic and headed to Cafe Two70. While it was a long line there, the Windjammer was not crowded at all, with plenty of tables available. We bought the 5 night specialty dinner package and had MTD the other two nights. Jamie's Italian was my wife's favorite restaurant. The food and service was exceptional. We had the plank for appetizer and dessert. It was a lot of fun. Chops was my favorite restaurant as they had the best New Zealand lamb chops. The branzino was ok. Wonderland was my kids' favorite restaurant. We went there twice. It is definitely worth a visit. We tried all 5 entries. The pork belly was surprisingly delicious. The slow cooked beef was also amazing. My wife loved the Halibut. We enjoyed Izumi, but the a la carte menu gave me the impression the other 3 restaurants had better value for the money. The first night we tried MTD, we showed up without reservation at 6 PM. We were sited immediately at the Silk. We had a nice table next to a window and became friends with the couple on the table next to us. Service was great; however, the food was not. The fish had a very strong fishy taste, and the steak was just ok. The second time we tried MTD we showed up at 6:30 without reservation and had to wait about 10 minutes. We were sited at the American Icon. The food and service were great. It is a hit or miss with the included restaurants. The Asian food at the Windjammer was my favorite. I noticed how some foods could have been warmer, but I thought the buffet was great overall. Bars/Drinks We liked the NorthStar bar, Boleros and the bar at the solarium. The NorthStar bar had beautiful views and attentive service. The Solarium bar had fresh squeezed orange juice. At Boleros Oky always was helpful and learned quickly how my wife and I liked our drinks. Most other bars would make the mixed drinks too sweet. The martinis at two70 could have been better. It was nice seeing the robot make your drinks, but they were also sweet, unless you make your own. It helps to ask the bartenders for the brand of liquor you want and the proportions you like. I thought the drink package was a great deal. The specialty coffees at the Windjamer were included. Entertainment This ship is huge and has many things to do. Flowrider, climbing wall, Ifly, NorthStar, trapeze classes, bumper cars .. etc. The live bands were good. We liked the U2 tribute band, especially when they performed at Two70. Candela in Boleros was entertaining. Matt Yee was funny, but I think he repeats the same jokes every night. I saw the Royal Swedes twice. One night they sang all the nice popular songs most people are familiar with. The second night, they sang several songs in a row that only 1 or 2 people knew ... why? They had two comedians, both were funny. The Quest and The Love and Marriage games are not to be missed. The silent party was awesome .. but I wished they had more nights like that. We missed the sail away and theme parties we've had in previous cruises. Two70 didn't have any virtual concerts only virtual fireworks. Shows Spectra - I was disappointed as I thought it was going to be risqué, but it wasn't. The saxophonist was my favorite. The Gift - Had a very elaborate production. I knew the story beforehand, otherwise, I would have been lost .. and I was at times. We Will Rock You - Talented actors, but I wish they had sang more songs. Singing Bohemia Rhapsody at the end was worth it. The band was phenomenal. Ports Bermuda was great. We took a van to Horseshoe Bay for $7 a person. The beach was fantastic. We then took a taxi to Hamilton, for $20. Hamilton had nice restaurants and shopping, but it was expensive. On the second day, we stayed close to the cruise port and spent the day at Snorkel Park. It has a $5 entrance fee. Chairs are $5 and umbrellas $10. Mixed drinks are about $10 and I saw people paying $15 for a small shot of Patron. The beach was clean and the water calm, like a pool. The water in November was cold. Boston was the second port but it did not make sense to make it a port stop on this cruise. We love Boston, but we have been there many times. We walked 20 mins to Faneuil Marketplace and went back to the ship after a couple of hours. On the good side, we got to enjoy the ship to ourselves. Photos Better to buy a package before sailing. Read carefully what you are going to get. The photo crew was very nice, we always had a great time, specially with Candela, the photographer. Kids Club My kids never went to the kids club, so we can't comment on it. They thought the cruise was exceptional. We had an amazing cruise. Service all accross the ship was exceptional. I definitely recommend this ship to my friends and I would sail on it again. Cheers Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
We choose this cruise for the ship, as we had not been on the Anthem of the Seas. The ship was impressive, but it lacked good food, unless you paid extra, and a lot of the crew seemed to be lazy. Not at all what we are used to on other ... Read More
We choose this cruise for the ship, as we had not been on the Anthem of the Seas. The ship was impressive, but it lacked good food, unless you paid extra, and a lot of the crew seemed to be lazy. Not at all what we are used to on other ships. Lots to do. The entertainment on this ship was certainly different. Enjoyed The Gift, Spectra, and We will Rock You, but once was enough for all of them. We much prefer Freedom of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas to Anthem of the Seas. iFly was a great experience along with North Star. Giving 3 stars because of the lack of excellent service and the fact that so many things cost extra. $2.50 for a small bag of popcorn, $3 for a bottle of water, $10 drinks and $11 glass of wine. This along with $29 per day gratuities for 2 people make a cruise not the deal it used to be. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
Embarkation: was a breeze. due to coast guard conducting a mandatory routine inspection, our arrival time was pushed back to 11:30....i never listen. got there for 10 a.m. and i believe we were on the ship by 11:15. disembarkation ... Read More
Embarkation: was a breeze. due to coast guard conducting a mandatory routine inspection, our arrival time was pushed back to 11:30....i never listen. got there for 10 a.m. and i believe we were on the ship by 11:15. disembarkation was even easier. walked right off at 7:15 a.m., grabbed my luggage from Section 18 and through customs and home by 8:20 ... 8:30 a.m. after embarkation, up to the WJ for a quick lunch, then headed to Seaplex to try again to sign up for Escape Room. didn't work, again. however, got lucky and was on bumper cars without a wait. that's always fun. Cabin was on deck ten with the extended balcony. a bit of a walk from the aft elevators but believe me, i needed it and more. i do not think i would get this cabin again only because it's sort of above the "bus stop" (smoking lounge) which is on deck 5 starboard. first night it sounded like there was an argument. and you could smell the smoke. not that bad tho, but i don't really have a good sense of smell. there was always food available. i ate way too much. every single bite was delicious. loved dressing up for formal night. i don't get to do that too often and i'm not a make up wearer so it was nice. that being said, was out of my heels and makeup right after dinner. lol i was with a group of 6-8, depended who wanted to do dinner that night in the dining room. we all got our main entree and would pick another to share. everything was really really good. i do highly recommend the dining room for lunch. the salad bar is out of this world. there is a dessert bar too but i never got there during the lunch. i was always too full. that didn't stop me from getting cookies later lol was not lucky in the casino but i never am. i keep trying tho. lol didn't win a raffle at the meet n mingle either. never do...i keep trying tho lol went to WWRY again and it was fantastic. we did alot of trivia. fun but we didn't win. also did the mystery in Two70. just the two of us. i think we got one clue lol there were groups of 6 so we didn't stand a chance. Service was fantastic. Inyoman was our cabin attendant. such a nice guy. always smiling, would always stop to say hello. couldn't have asked for better. the attendants on deck 10 starboard/aft were all very nice and worked so hard (i'm sure they all do but i only noticed those in my hallway). Gary and Inyoman (different guy obvi) at Sunshine Bar in the Solarium were very attentive, friendly and smiling. Dadang and Michael in the Casino were great too. always had good service everywhere. lots of roving bartenders in the venues this time. i think last time they had to use more staff to clean as Noro was on two cruise before mine and on mine. On a sad note.... no more elevator art. i was totally looking forward to that. and no binoculars in the Northstar. passengers stole them. unbelievable. oh and the artwork in the elevators was removed because people kept defacing it. unbelievable. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: November 2018
Best time of year for my time off. Embarking ship in Cape Liberty was very efficient and took very little time. Bermuda is an excellent island and safe to get around. Transportation on the island is very user friendly. Would have ... Read More
Best time of year for my time off. Embarking ship in Cape Liberty was very efficient and took very little time. Bermuda is an excellent island and safe to get around. Transportation on the island is very user friendly. Would have preferred Caribbean islands but were not available for the time I needed. Music on the ship was excellent along with the headliner shows. All the main dining room meals were great. Disembarkation in Boston was poor to put it mildly. It appeared that customs had extra officers onboard which caused a delay. Always put safety first but some communication would have helped. Boston is a nice city but the short amount of time allocated doesn't do it justice. I would have preferred more time in Bermuda and not gone to Boston. Disembarkation in Cape Liberty ran pretty smoothly as the lines kept moving. Traffic leaving the port area was a breeze. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
Wanted to try a new cruise line. We were attracted by the departure port and the variety of activities. We were not disappointed! Embarkation was a breeze. We had a Grand Suite (lowest end of Sky Class). Lovely room, although the brown ... Read More
Wanted to try a new cruise line. We were attracted by the departure port and the variety of activities. We were not disappointed! Embarkation was a breeze. We had a Grand Suite (lowest end of Sky Class). Lovely room, although the brown color scheme was dull. Great to have a separate space from our daughters, wonderful bathroom—full size with two sinks and full size tub/shower. Nice big balcony. Concierge got us reservations for every activity and dinner we asked for. Concierge lounge was a great place for a free cocktail before dinner and nice hot d’oeu. Activities were great, from bumper cars to roller skating to escape room to iFly and more. Spectra’s Cabaret was cool, some sections stronger than others. We Will Rock You is very silly but fun, with some seriously talented performers. We skipped TheGift. Food was very good overall, some misses but more hits. Appreciated the international selection at Windjammers and the wide array of free food available at off hours. Service was very friendly and thorough almost without exception. A great experience!! Read Less
Anthem of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 5.0 4.5
Dining 4.0 3.7
Entertainment 5.0 3.8
Public Rooms 5.0 4.1
Fitness Recreation 4.0 4.0
Family 5.0 4.0
Enrichment 3.0 3.5
Service 5.0 4.0
Value For Money 3.0 3.5

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