Sailing In Style – A Look Inside The World’s Coolest Family Cruise Ship Suite

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Cruise Ship power house, Royal Caribbean, unveiled its latest vessel after waiting more than three years for it to be constructed. The resulting Symphony of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s biggest and boldest venture yet.

The company spent over $1.35 million on the ship, which is now officially the biggest ship in the world. Not only is Symphony the most expensive ship, it is home to the most expensive cruise ship suite in the world.

Symphony of the Seas started it’s maiden voyage by sailing across the Mediterranean and in will dock in Miami during the winter, before setting sail around the Caribbean.

The impressive new ship is 1,188 feet long and contains twenty restaurants, a zip line, rock climbing wall, live orchestras and much more exhilarating activities that will appeal to visitors.

The Ultimate Family Suite is spaced over two levels and is filled with luxury items to ensure an unforgettable cruise. The kids won’t be short of entertainment with a ping pong table, Lego wall, popcorn machine, air hockey, 3-D cinema room and a slide that falls from the top floor to the bottom floor.

The adults can unwind in ultimate luxury on the suite’s balcony by taking advantage of the full size whirlpool, while also enjoying the unbeatable sea views. The brightly coloured suite is ideal for families looking for a fun filled holiday.

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If this isn’t enough to sell you on the suite, which is the perfect blend of fun and luxury, guests will also be treated to their own personal butler.

Michael Bayley, CEO and President of Royal Caribbean, described the ship as something which will “take family vacationing to an all new level, with energy and options never before found in one place”.

If you want to experience this luxury suite, or have any spare pocket change, a family of four can book a seven day cruise starting at $50,000.

For more information and serious travel envy, log on to Royal Caribbean.

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