In April, Royal Caribbean will unveil a brand new ship, which will overthrow its sister ship to become the world’s largest cruise ship. The Symphony of the Seas weighs in at a whopping 230,000 tons with room for 5,500 guests, the company said in a statement.
The Symphony highlights its brand new 125-square meter family suites, which hold up to eight travelers in two bedrooms. The family suites will consists of two levels with wraparound balconies and ocean views. But, if that wasn’t enough, Royal Caribbean has included a slide, a climbing wall, a TV room with a popcorn machine, video games and more, for its customers traveling with their families and small children.
As for the rest of the ship, the Symphony features a 10-story waterslide, which is the biggest at sea, in addition to a zip line, two rock-climbing walls, surf simulators and more. Although the Symphony accommodates the children and young and heart, it also offers a Bionic Bar with robotic bartenders, a movie theater, a sports bar, an arcade and much more.
The ship is expected to set sail in April around the Mediterranean and dock in its home port of Miami in November.