True “floating resorts”, with restaurants, pools, children’s space, shows and lots of fun, cruises are an excellent choice for the whole family, both because of the practicality of having everything in one place, and because of the stunning scenery. Soon, parents will have another option for adventures on the high seas with their children. Hey Sailor iconRoyal Caribbean’s new giant ship is scheduled to begin sailing in January 2024.
With a capacity of approximately 10,000 people and 20 decks, it will be five times larger than the Titanic and will contain seven swimming pools, a shopping center and 40 restaurants, bars and restaurants. Waterpark With six innovative attractions.
Among them are Pressure Drop, which will have a unique free fall, and Frightening Bolt, which will boast the largest drop in the sea. Storm Surge and Hurricane Hunter will be the first two paddling slides for groups, while Storm Chasers will allow racing on sliding ‘carpets’. Finally, Crown’s Edge will combine a slide, catwalk and ropes, allowing guests to swing approximately 47 meters above the ocean.
The ship will be Royal Caribbean’s first ship to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG), a more environmentally friendly option. The cruises will originate from Miami, in the US, and offer seven-night itineraries, including stops at destinations such as Cococay (Royal Caribbean’s private island in the Bahamas), Cozumel (Mexico), Philipsburg (St. Maarten), and Roatan (Honduras). .
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