Published on : Saturday, October 21, 2017
Royal Caribbean’s freshest efforts to impress cruise travellers and it seems to make shore excursions obsolete include the robot bartenders, a 10-storey-high slide and duplex family suite with its own movie theatre and also a floor-to-ceiling Lego wall. Symphony of the Seas ship would be featuring these grand characteristics.
In addition, the cruise vessel would also flaunt a glow-in-the-dark laser tag arena that Royal Caribbean feels is the largest at sea.
Michael Bayley, president and chief executive officer of Royal Caribbean International mentioned in a statement that they have made attempts to bring about a unique degree of vacation adventure and offer the ultimate escapade for families of different shapes and sizes.
The company is the also the owner of some runner-up ships in the size category: Harmony of the Seas that was launched in the year 2016 and is of the same width and length.
It has a gross registered tonnage of about 226,963 as against Symphony’s 230,000.
In other words, Symphony has more interesting things to offer. The director of research for travel and hospitality said that this phenomenon of offering the best amenities stems from the idea that cruise travellers have not witnessed the likes of such grandeur ever before.
A few of the most exquisite features aim at the smaller guests.
For instance, the 1,346-square-foot Ultimate Family Suite has a slide that runs from the kid’s room to the living room, a wall for Lego play, wraparound balcony with a child-friendly pool table, full-size hot tub, a climbing feature, a theatre-style television room with popcorn machine and several gaming systems.
Royal Caribbean is yet to announce the price of the two-bedroom suite.
However it has said that it would be able to accommodate eight guests.