Traveling on a cruise is as cool as it sounds! Yes, it is a little expensive but what is a dream without a little bit of extravaganza. Today, every new city that launches a cruise raises the bar to some next level in terms of size, amenities, and crazy onboard activities which take into account the skydiving, "snow" rooms, and waterslides. Which is the reason we thought to bring to you the fun to take a closer look at some of the wackiest new ships currently running, also the one that’ll hit the high seas later this year:
The Galveston port debuted in September and is Carnival’s largest and newest ship that hit the water in late 2016 with brand new amenities nobody had ever seen before. It’s home to the RedFrog Pub and Brewery, which makes all its super delicious beer from desalinated sea water.
If you’ve dreamt of a classy European luxury, Silversea’s largest ship is for you. The top suites are furnished with exquisite Savoir Beds - a renowned bedmaker whose previous clients include Winston Churchill. The ship has the widest selection of large suites including the 1,000-square-foot Owners Suite finished with a Chesterfield chair and ottoman, presenting an entire impression of vintage ports.
Viking ships are not that type of cruise that holds the tag of “World’s biggest cruise ship”. But this new ship does offer to you the abundant staterooms - the smallest start at 270 square feet along with all with balconies.
Symphony of the Seas
Earlier this year, when it took to sail off the Symphony of the Seas took over the title of world’s biggest cruise ship. It’s a 1,200-foot-long, 6,800-passenger floating city that reprised the greatest hits from Royal’s Harmony of the Seas- the Bionic Bar, Perfect Storm waterpark and a 10-story Ultimate Abyss slide.
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