Because Cruise ships aren’t big enough already?

The world’s biggest cruise ship named ‘Wonder of the Seas’ is planning its first trip — from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to the Caribbean on March 4.



Royal Caribbean’s ‘Wonder of the Seas’ comes in at 1,188 feet and can hold 6,988 guests and 2,300 crew. That’s bigger than some towns.
Made in France, the 18-deck cruise ship took three years to complete and the Wonder of the Seas comprises eight ‘neighborhoods’, one of which contains over 20,000 real plants, and its on-board features include what’s described as the “tallest slide at sea,” as well as a 10-deck-high zip line and a huge poolside movie screen.
Never mind that COVID outbreaks on cruise liners continue to spread and that the CDC still has a LEVEL 3 warning for travel on any cruise.