The world's biggest cruise ship is set to make a 2022 debut complete with an on-board wave machine, a huge park, the tallest slide at sea, a water park, a zip line and even some rock climbing walls.
Measuring 1,188ft long, 210ft wide, and with a gross tonnage of 236,857, Royal Caribbean 's new Wonder of the Seas will become the world's biggest cruise ship when she sets sail next year.
The title is currently held by another Royal Caribbean ship, Symphony of the Seas.
The family-friendly ship will be able to host up to 6,988 passengers, and offers over 2,800 staterooms and cabins for guests to choose from.
Wonder of the Seas is currently under construction in the Saint-Nazaire shipyard in France so we haven't got much of a sneak peek yet, although the cruise line has shared some renderings of the ship for a taste of what will be on offer.
There's no denying it will make for an unforgettable trip.
Wonder of the Seas will be the world's biggest cruise ship
(Image: Royal Caribbean)
The ship is so big it's going to be divided into EIGHT neighbourhoods, which will include the 'first living park at sea' with over 20,000 plants, zones dedicated to pools and waterslides, and even a private area with a sun deck and restaurant for those lucky enough to be staying in luxury suites.
There will be heaps of fun activities on offer too including live theatre shows, the brand's FlowRider wave simulator machine, a 10-deck-high zip line, an Ultimate Abyss slide (which happens to be the tallest slide at sea), an outdoor movie screen, basketball, volleyball, mini golf, AquaTheater shows, pools, whirlpools and a spa and fitness centre.
That's not even counting the various bars, restaurants and lounges that will be on offer for guests with heaps of international cuisines on offer, whether they fancy fine dining or a burger in a diner.
Unfortunately for Brits, a trip may not be on the cards just quite yet. Wonder of the Seas will be making her debut in March 2022, and will be homeporting in China. You can find out more about the ship on royalcaribbean.com.
At the time of writing, the Foreign Office continues to advise Brits against cruise holidays. However, domestic UK cruises are set to restart this summer (from May 17 at the earliest), so there are a number of cruise lines offering UK sailings this summer for those who have missed cruises.
To give you a helping hand, we've also put a guide together on what UK cruises will be like during the pandemic, from what will be open onboard to cruise lines' vaccine policies for being allowed to embark.
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