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Symphony of the Seas: World's largest cruise ship sets sail
Want to experience something the biggest in the world? Here’s one for you.
MS Symphony of the Seas is the largest passenger ship. This newly inaugurated 228,000-ton, a 360-meter-long cruise ship has 2,759 cabins to host as many as 6,680 guests. There are 24 elevators to connect 18 decks, 22 restaurants to fill over 6,000 stomachs, 24 pools to entertain kids and adults. Also, the ship is divided into seven neighborhoods, each of which has its own personality, such as an adults-only lounge or park, and a family packed water park. If you want to enjoy a thrilling moment during the peaceful and entertaining voyage, take a 10-story drop water slide at a steep 27-degree incline.
This city-like cruise ship is operated and serviced by 2,200 crew members, meaning every three passengers are served by a crew member. Sounds very luxurious, doesn’t it? Also, imagine a massive building with nearly 9,000 people is cruising the water at a speed of 40km per hour. It seems like a whole town is making a massive migration or exodus.
Enjoy reading the article and seeing the photos and video, then think if you want to be one of those passengers for your next vacation.