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The world’s largest cruise ship, the Wonder of the Seas, completes sea trials and will debut in 2022

Incredible video footage has been released showing the world’s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas, completing her trials at sea.

And it has been announced that the 1,188-foot (362 m) long behemoth will debut in the US and Europe next year, sailing from its home in Fort Lauderdale to the Caribbean on March 4, 2022, before heading to Barcelona and Rome. to kick off the summer vacation in May. ‘

Images from the sea trial show Wonder of the Seas being towed out of the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France, where it was built, and then put to the test in the open sea.

Incredible video footage has been released showing the world's largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas, completing her trials at sea.

Incredible video footage has been released showing the world’s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas, completing her trials at sea.

Over four days it traveled 1,550 nautical miles (about half the distance from London to New York) and was ‘pushed to the limit of propulsion’, reaching speeds of up to 24 knots (27 mph).

More than 40 acceptance tests were completed at sea, along with “many inspections”.

About 500 workers participated in the trials, the completion of which marks a significant milestone for Wonder of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s fifth Oasis-class ship.

Next May, Wonder of the Seas will head to the Mediterranean on seven-night cruises from Barcelona and Rome that will cover destinations such as Palma de Mallorca and Capri, Italy.

The 1,188-foot (362 m) long behemoth has been announced to debut in the US and Europe next year.

The 1,188-foot (362 m) long behemoth has been announced to debut in the US and Europe next year.

The 1,188-foot (362 m) long behemoth has been announced to debut in the US and Europe next year.

During sea trials, Wonder of the Seas covered 1,550 nautical miles (about half the distance from London to New York) and was 'pushed to the limit of propulsion', reaching speeds of up to 24 knots (27 mph).

During sea trials, Wonder of the Seas covered 1,550 nautical miles (about half the distance from London to New York) and was 'pushed to the limit of propulsion', reaching speeds of up to 24 knots (27 mph).

During sea trials, Wonder of the Seas covered 1,550 nautical miles (about half the distance from London to New York) and was ‘pushed to the limit of propulsion’, reaching speeds of up to 24 knots (27 mph).

Royal Caribbean promises that both families and tourists “will have a new wave of possibilities in the eight distinct neighborhoods of Wonder, an Oasis class first.” These include ‘brand new features like Suite Neighborhood, which offers Royal Suite Class guests an elevated “Sun Deck Suite”, complete with a plunge pool, wet bar and plenty of loungers and nooks to relax, a cantilevered pool bar called The Vue and Wonder Playscape – An interactive outdoor children’s play area with breathtaking views.

He adds: ‘With favorites returning on deck too, like The Ultimate Abyss, the tallest slide at sea; Central Park, the neighborhood full of real plants from end to end; and the vibrant Caribbean-inspired pool deck experience, the innovative new ship invites adventurers of all ages to reimagine, explore and create memories once again. ‘

Michael Bayley, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said: “The momentum that is taking off between reservations and our returning ships in the US and Europe is significant. With half our fleet sailing again, what we are seeing encourages us. These regions are in a position to welcome a new and innovative ship like the Wonder of the Seas.

Around 500 workers participated in the sea trials, the completion of which marks a significant milestone for Wonder of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's fifth Oasis-class ship.

Around 500 workers participated in the sea trials, the completion of which marks a significant milestone for Wonder of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's fifth Oasis-class ship.

About 500 workers participated in the sea trials, the completion of which marks a significant milestone for Wonder of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s fifth Oasis-class ship.

Royal Caribbean promises families and tourists alike 'will have a new wave of possibilities in Wonder's eight distinct neighborhoods'

Royal Caribbean promises families and tourists alike 'will have a new wave of possibilities in Wonder's eight distinct neighborhoods'

Royal Caribbean promises families and tourists alike ‘will have a new wave of possibilities in Wonder’s eight distinct neighborhoods’

Wonder of the Seas is 210 feet (64 m) wide, can accommodate 6,988 guests on 16 of its 18 decks, has 24 guest elevators, will have 2,300 crew members, and can sail at 22 knots (25 mph).

Wonder of the Seas is 210 feet (64 m) wide, can accommodate 6,988 guests on 16 of its 18 decks, has 24 guest elevators, will have 2,300 crew members, and can sail at 22 knots (25 mph).

Wonder of the Seas is 210 feet (64 m) wide, can accommodate 6,988 guests on 16 of its 18 decks, has 24 guest elevators, will have 2,300 crew members, and can sail at 22 knots (25 mph).

Michael Bayley, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said: “The momentum that is taking off between reservations and our returning ships in the US and Europe is significant.  With half our fleet sailing again, what we are seeing encourages us'

Michael Bayley, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said: “The momentum that is taking off between reservations and our returning ships in the US and Europe is significant.  With half our fleet sailing again, what we are seeing encourages us'

Michael Bayley, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said: “The momentum that is taking off between reservations and our returning ships in the US and Europe is significant. With half our fleet sailing again, what we are seeing encourages us’

‘Wonder will shine as the world’s newest wonder in the Caribbean and Mediterranean. And what’s in store is the ultimate vacation experience that highlights the best of Royal Caribbean, reinvents big-name favorites, and introduces new adventures that all guests, regardless of age, can enjoy. ‘

Wonder of the Seas is 210 feet (64 m) wide, can accommodate 6,988 guests on 16 of its 18 decks, has 24 guest elevators, will have 2,300 crew members, and can sail at 22 knots (25 mph).

Wonder’s Caribbean itineraries are available to book today at Royal Caribbean website. The new ship’s European departures will open on Wednesday, September 22.

Next May, Wonder of the Seas will head to the Mediterranean on seven-night cruises from Barcelona and Rome that will cover destinations such as Palma de Mallorca and Capri, Italy.

Next May, Wonder of the Seas will head to the Mediterranean on seven-night cruises from Barcelona and Rome that will cover destinations such as Palma de Mallorca and Capri, Italy.

Next May, Wonder of the Seas will head to the Mediterranean on seven-night cruises from Barcelona and Rome that will cover destinations such as Palma de Mallorca and Capri, Italy.

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