Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Take a virtual tour of the world's largest cruise ship using Google Street View technology



Sample your holiday by exploring one of the world’s most impressive ships from dry land

Royal Caribbean International  is changing the way people plan their holidays. It is the first cruise line to partner with Google to provide a virtual tour of world’s largest cruise ship, Allure of the Seas.

Using Google Street View technology, Royal Caribbean is providing customers with an immersive and interactive experience when they are searching for a holiday.

With just a few clicks, guests will be able to virtually walk through the various decks of Allure of the Seas including the Royal Promenade, a boulevard that runs nearly the length of the ship, flanked by restaurants, boutiques and lounges; Central Park, an outdoor park longer than a football pitch complete with more than 12,000 live plants and trees; the Boardwalk, featuring a hand-crafted carousel, two rock-climbing walls and the AquaTheater, a high-dive aquatic performance venue with the deepest pool at sea; Entertainment Place, with an elaborate theatre, night club, comedy club, jazz club and ice-skating rink, which offers professionally produced ice shows; the Pool and Sports Deck featuring a zip line, twin FlowRider surf simulators, full-size basketball/sports court, nine-hole mini-golf course, 15 pools and whirlpools and 22 restaurants, and many, many more.

Holidaymakers can access the technology at http://www.royalcaribbean.co.uk/royalview or via Google Search results, Google Maps and Google+ whether they are using their computers, smartphones or tablets.

Offering a summer season of seven-night cruises, Allure of the Seas will arrive in Barcelona on 3 May 2015 and will be sailing cruises from the Spanish port until October 2015. A seven-night Western Mediterranean fly/cruise starts from £871.00 per person. Price is based on 30 August 2015 sailing.

For more information on Royal Caribbean International visit www.royalcaribbean.co.uk.

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