The World’s Biggest Cruise Ship Is Coming To Florida — Robot Bartenders Included
The world’s largest cruise ship is set to sail into Miami and it looks like something from the future.
Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas will feature an incredible 16 decks and a 5,500 guest capacity. The ship will have the largest casino and spa of any cruise ship ever, as well as a park with more than 12,000 plants. The ship will be twice as high as the Washington Monument.
Guests having a drink at the Bionic Bar will be served by robot bartenders. The ship will also feature a 10-story waterslide called the Ultimate Abyss, which will be the tallest slide at sea.
Passengers can also opt for the two-story family suite, which includes slides from the bedrooms to the living room, a 212-square-foot wraparound balcony, a whirlpool overlooking the sea, a wall-climbing area and a personal butler. The suite will also come with an entire wall of LEGOs, air hockey tables, a theater room with popcorn machine and a video game library.
All guests on the ship will also be able to experience curving water slides, a whirlpool slide, glow-in-the-dark laser tag, rock climbing walls, and ice rink, a surf simulator, theater productions, twenty restaurants and more works of art than the Louvre has paintings.
The Symphony of the Seas will debut in April of 2018 and head to Miami in November to begin voyages around the Caribbean.