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Royal Caribbean debuts futuristic capsule for high flying views

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    High-flying fun on the high seas. (Royal Caribbean)

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     (Royal Caribbean)

If you’ve ever dreamed of soaring over the ocean like a bird, your wish will be granted this fall.

Royal Caribbean has just unveiled its newest feature aboard its ship, Quantum of the Seas- and even the most daring thrill seekers will be leaping for joy.

The North Star, a glass capsule inspired by the London Eye, will lift guests 300 feet above the ocean, according to the Daily Mail. Guests can enjoy 360-degree views from the unique bubble shaped structure. Up to 13 guests can be transported at once. 

No word yet on how long each high-flying ride will last.

In the fall, Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas will also debut several brand new on-ship experiences including a skydiving experience called iFLY and an indoor entertainment complex featuring bumper cars, roller skating and more.

In June 2015, Royal Caribbean guests can enjoy trips to Japan, Korea and China on the new Quantum of the Seas vessel. Trips are available from three to eight night itineraries.

Check out a first look at the bird's eye view feature.