You Can Now Visit World’s Largest Ship Through Google Street View

Google Street View’s latest creation allows users to take a peak at Allure of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s flagship and the world’s largest cruise ship. From now one, all the users can take a tour of the nearly 1,200-foot (365 meters) cruise ship with a 5,400-passenger capacity and come closer to what could be their next vacation.
A view of the ship's Central Park 1 photo
Photo: Google Street View
Always dreamed of a cruise in the Pacific but you never actually afford it? Well, from now on you can at least take a close look of what would the ship look like. Google recently released its new creation, one that took over 20,000 images and around eight days to piece together. The tour is available through Royal Caribbean and Google Maps and folks can virtually access all areas using the popular technology.

Various decks are revealed including the Boardwalk with its hand-crafted carousel and two rock-climbing walls, the boulevard called Royal Promenade and several restaurants and boutiques. Users can also check out Central Park and its lush foliage of more than 12,000 plants and trees.

The huge vessel also has the an aquatic venue for performances called Aqua Theater, a Pool and Sports Deck with 15 pools, surf simulators and zipline. As to the Entertainment Place, people can watch how customers chill at the theater, jazz and night clubs and go for a bit of cooling at the ice skating rink.

"Consumers go online to research their vacations and this is the closest they can get to actually being onboard. We are confident that once people get virtually immersed in Allure of the Seas' various decks and features thanks to Google Street View technology, they'll be eager to experience the real thing," Jo Briody, director for PR and marketing of Royal Caribbean International, explained in the official press release.
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