The Symphony of the Seas, the largest ocean liner in the world, left the STX shipyard in Saint-Nazaire last Saturday.
It measures 362,15 meters long and 66 meters wide. It can accommodate more than 8 people including 600 crew members. It is registered in the Bahamas. It has seven distinct districts, twenty restaurants and fourteen bridges. It costs a billion euros. Among the activities offered on board, a 2-meter zipline, three large slides, a 400-meter climbing wall.
It belongs to the Royal Caribbean Cruise. The Symphony of the Seas, which is now ahead of the Harmony of the seas, will be cruising the Caribbean this fall. Stopovers are already scheduled in Philipsburg in late November and December.
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