The ship with a length of 360 meters will sail in two months. For starters will cross the Atlantic, then there will be more cruises in the Caribbean. After returning to Europe to sail on different routes in the Western Mediterranean.
Over 5,000 passengers have provided countless opportunities for fun on the 18 decks of the ship.
A thrilling year for cruising by the addition of new cruise ships into the flourishing market.o Apr – PO’s Ventura, MSC Poeisao May – Freedom of the Seas o July – Carnival Splendor, Ms Eurodam o Nov – Ruby Princess, MSC Fantasiao Dec – Celebrity SolsticeEach boat has been constructed on the promise that it’ll be better and bigger than its current sailing competitions, with a heavy focus on inventions at sea. Already we’ve ice skating rinks, mountain climbing walls, F1 simulators, self leveling billiard table, boxing rings, bowling alley and 4 deck high water slides.
So All the big question everyone’s asking is, exactly what might be coming next? Well, the solution is grass. Real growing green grass. Celebrity Cruises have announced that their latest fleet accession, the Solstice, will feature a meadow lawn area where guests can like bocce ball and croquet, practice the putting, picnic with a basket of cheese and wine, or just feel the bud between their toes, while sailing the waters of earth. And, if all the grass is not too much enthusiasm, it is possible to go and observe the hot glass show, yet another industry first.
Clever, or just plain boring? Is this with? Or, are they taking a courageous step away from the current innovation trend box? In reality, All the ice skating rinks are somewhat on the small side, the bowling alleys just have 4 lanes, and does anybody really need to go boxing? It seems the cruise businesses are measuring their achievement on the uniqueness of their ship creations, but I wonder whether that is what today’s typical cruise passenger is actually searching for. Pre 60’s cruising was about the destination, the ship just providing comfortable accommodation. Then came more focus on the actual voyage itself, with the onboard experience becoming as important as the destination.
It appears we might now be facing a u turn, with increasingly more cruisers wanting into explore new, undiscovered places that offer a more intimate cruise experience that the mega liners just cannot offer. In spite of this, All the cruise industry appears to be confidently striving forward with the larger is better approach Together with Royal Caribbean’s mind blowing Genesis project on the horizon. Building by far the Biggest ships at sea, we will see a vessel which has a capacity of over 5000 passengers with a gross tonnage in excess of 220, 000 tonnes, when compared to the present largest, the Queen Mary 2 in a mere 160, 000 tonnes, it is a pretty outstanding figure. Surely there must be concerns over All the harm a ship that large can cause. For quite long time, cruiseship harm appears into have been ignored, when, in reality, they’re among the world’s largest, uncontrolled sources of air pollution, and surprisingly, more damaging than flying.
Those who want to spend a cultural holiday have three auditoriums, libraries and discussion clubs.
All cabins have luxurious features and surfaces from 15 to 150 square meters for apartments.
The vessel cost over one billion euros, and construction took two years.
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