The World’s Largest Cruise Ship

The World’s Largest Cruise Ship: 

Allure of the Seas THE ALLURE OF THE SEAS - 225,282 Gross Registered Tonnes - 1,187 feet (360 meters) long, 208 feet (64 meters) wide and 213 feet (65 meters) high from the water line - 30 feet (9.1 meters) draft - 22 knots cruising speed - 16 passenger decks and 24 passenger elevators - 4 bow thrusters with 7,500 horse power each - 5,400 guests (double occupancy) 6,296 guests total, 2,384 crew (From apprx. 80 countries) Staterooms - Total: 2,706, Balcony: 1,956, Outside: 254, Interior: 496 - Staterooms with additional berths: 683 - Wheelchair accessible staterooms: 46 - Standing upright at 1,187 feet tall, Allure of the Seas is 124 feet taller than the Eiffel Tower. - Allure of the Seas’ length is approximately equal to three and half regulation size soccer/football fields - Allure of the Seas is 5.11 times longer than a Boeing 747 Jetliner - Allure of the Seas was constructed out of 500,000 individual parts - 158,503 gallons of paint was used - The electrical cables onboard Allure of the Seas would stretch approximately the distance from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. to Juneau, Alaska



Amber Theater
Amber Theater - Deck 3 & 4 Forward Allure of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International



Aquatheater
Aquatheater - Boardwalk Deck 6 Aft Allure of the Seas - Royal Caribbean International



Launch of Royal Caribbean International's Allure of the Seas.

Launch of Royal Caribbean International's newest ship Allure of the Seas. sbw-photo




Launch of Royal Caribbean International's Allure of the Seas.

Launch of Royal Caribbean International's newest ship Allure of the Seas. sbw-photo




Launch of Royal Caribbean International's Allure of the Seas.
Launch of Royal Caribbean International's newest ship Allure of the Seas. View of Pool deck and Central park. sbw-photo


Launch of Royal Caribbean International's Allure of the Seas.
Launch of Royal Caribbean International's newest ship Allure of the Seas. Allure of the Seas leaving Fort Lauderdale. sbw-photo


Allure of the Seas passes The Great Belt Bridge, Denmark.
Royal Caribbean International's newest ship Allure of the Seas about to pass under the Storebaelt Bridge (Great Belt Bridge) in Denmark as she makes her transatlantic journey to her homeport in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The ship which had to retract its funnels in order to pass under the bridge had a small amount of clearance as it made its way under. sbw-photo






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