World's Largest Cruise Ship Is Size of Empire State Building

Royal Caribbean has beat its own record of largest ship in the world with its Symphony of the Seas ship. The ship is larger than the previous largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas.  The Symphony of the Seas extends 18 floors high and is as long as the Empire State Building carrying 6,700 passengers.

With a ship that large you could imagine there’s plenty to do on board.  The ship features a laser tag arena, a 10-story racing slide, rock climbing and ice-skating.  It also includes the Bionic Bar where robots serve the drinks, a sports bar with 30 big-screen TVs and Broadway’s “Hairspray” will serve as the ship’s live entertainment.

The vessel also holds a luxury family suite quipped with a two-story slide, private movie theater and Lego wall.  The largest cruise ship in the world embarked on its maiden voyage from Barcelona, after leaving its port in France.

Source: NBC Boston

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