Published on : Monday, September 20, 2021
The largest cruise ship in the world, Wonder of the Seas, is launching next year with new routes from Europe next summer.
Royal Caribbean’s fifth Oasis Class ship will be able to accommodate 6,800 passengers.
It has the tallest slide at sea, a brand-new neighbourhood and a ten-deck high zip-line.
The new ship, launching from Fort Lauderdale in Florida to the Caribbean in March 2022, will then sail to Barcelona and Rome for trips, from May.
Features of Wonder of the Seas
Onboard the ship are eight neighbourhoods to explore, with the newest being the Suite Class neighbourhood for suite guests.
It has an elevated sun deck with a plunge pool, bar and sunbathing area.
Guests can walk through Central Park, a neighbourhood full of plants and flowers.
Kids can visit the Wonder Playscape, an interactive open-air play area, or the Ultimate Abyss, the tallest slide at sea.
Also, onboard is the Flowrider surf simulator, two rock-climbing walls and a ten-deck high zip line.
Royal Caribbean CEO, Michael Bayley said, the momentum of taking off across bookings and their returning ships in the US and Europe is significant.
The seven-night European tours will stop off at Majorca in Spain and Capri in Italy, while the Florida trip will stop off at Royal Caribbean’s private island Coco Cay.
Bookings for the European sailings will be available from September 22, with prices yet to be revealed.
Content creator Stephen from Curveline Films, gave an inside view at the Ultimate Family Suite on the Royal Caribbean Symphony of the Seas ship which are set over two floors.
The suite is the most expensive on the ship.
However, Stephen said it can cost guests anything from $44,000 (£31,771) to $80,000 (£57,639) depending on how busy they are.
The new ship will sail around Spain and Italy from May
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