Forget Titanic, This Cruise Ship Is So Massive You Need A GPS To Navigate Your Way Through It!

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A heavy-weight vessel with a displacement of 227,000 tonnes and at 1108 feet long, this cruise ship is literally the monster of all sea monsters.
It’s so big, there are 18 decks and 16 restaurants, cafes and shopping centers to keep you on your toes. It’s so vast, there’s an entire replica of New York’s Central Park with 10,587 plants and 52 trees. And it’s 124 feet longer than the Eiffel Tower itself!
Introducing, ‘Harmony Of The Seas’, the largest cruise ship to have set sail last week. Built by Royal Caribbean International, the £800 million (a whopping Rs 77,099,776,000!) voyager has no less than three pilots on board to maneuver it out on the ever-expanding blue.

If you are wondering how much it would cost you to lap in this luxury, well hold your breath because you’ll have to shell out a massive £7,525 (Rs 7,25,023) per person, per week!
There’s a perfect justification for the price though. Apart from the wondrous things listed above, the passengers can also head to a 1,380-seat theatre, where they can enjoy musicals and shows of acrobatics. Also, if you are a VIP guest, you’ll get your very own ‘Royal Genie’ butler!

Come May, and 6,000 passengers will come on-board, wearing GPS wrist trackers to help them find their way through the ‘labyrinth’ that is this ship.

Considering this, Titanic II really falls dim in comparison. Only 885 feet long with a capacity for just 2,400 passengers, it’s really steering our attention towards the Harmony. Maybe we need to be more excited about the latter than the Titanic-sequel, which may or may not sink!

Source: IndiaTimes | 2

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