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Watch: Impressive Hyperlapse POV Video Tour of Royal Caribbean’s New Mega Ship Odyssey of the Seas

Hold on tight, it’s an exciting ride.

Now you can take a jaw-dropping tour of Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas, thanks to the incredible newly released POV hyperlapse footage.

The camera dives, dives, and glides over and through the mega-ship, displaying images such as the 360-degree view from the North Star observation capsule, which is 91 m (300 ft) above ground level. sea, before launching into the simulated skydiving experience, RipCord by iFly.

The video begins with footage of drones touring Odyssey of the Seas, giving a bird's-eye view of the upper deck.

The video begins with footage of drones touring Odyssey of the Seas, giving a bird’s-eye view of the upper deck.

Odyssey of the Seas, pictured, is 41 m (135 ft) wide and 347 m (1,138 ft) long.

Odyssey of the Seas, pictured, is 41 m (135 ft) wide and 347 m (1,138 ft) long.

Odyssey of the Seas, pictured, is 41 m (135 ft) wide and 347 m (1,138 ft) long.

The video begins with footage of drones circling the ship, giving a bird’s eye view of the upper deck amenities and then gliding down the starboard side of the cruise ship.

A surfer is seen riding the waves in the FlowRider surf simulator before the camera travels to the gravity-defying SkyPad virtual reality bungee trampoline experience.

Children are shown playing in Splashaway Bay, as the camera offers a glimpse of Odyssey’s two outdoor pools and four whirlpools.

The loot of the Seaplex, ‘the largest indoor and outdoor complex at sea’, then becomes visible, with the camera rotating between bumper cars and arcade games and landing in Zone Zero, a 4D virtual reality adventure. free roaming.

Both the kids’ club, Adventure Ocean, and the ‘teen-only spot’, Social 180, are also seen in the POV footage.

The camera then travels through a shopping pavilion that houses boutiques and cafes such as a Starbucks and a Regalia jewelry store.

In the video, a surfer is seen riding the waves in the FlowRider surf simulator

In the video, a surfer is seen riding the waves in the FlowRider surf simulator

In the video, a surfer is seen riding the waves in the FlowRider surf simulator

You can see the spectacular main dining room and its colorful installation.

You can see the spectacular main dining room and its colorful installation.

You can see the spectacular main dining room and its colorful installation.

Next? The tour guides you through some of the ship’s bars and restaurants, such as the Bionic Bar, where robotic arms make cocktails, and The Lime & Coconut Bar.

Diners are seen feasting at Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, listed as the ship’s ‘flagship trattoria,’ and at El Loco Fresh, which serves ‘unbelievably delicious’ Mexican food, according to Royal Caribbean.

The spectacular main dining room in the central atrium finally comes into view, with a colorful installation hanging over the seating area.

Evening entertainment is covered too. The camera launches towards Two70, where ‘immersive technology, unmatched special effects, and world-leading performers and acrobats take the stage alongside six agile Roboscreens for a multi-dimensional live show.’

Seaplex appears in the astonishing video, as the camera swivels past the bumper cars of the activity center (pictured)

Seaplex appears in the astonishing video, as the camera swivels past the bumper cars of the activity center (pictured)

Seaplex appears in the astonishing video, as the camera swivels past the bumper cars of the activity center (pictured)

The Music Hall and Royal Theater are also part of the spectacular tour, which ends with a view of the exterior of the ship.

Odyssey of the Seas, built in Meyer Werft, Germany, is Royal caribbean Third Quantum-class ship.

It is 41 m (135 ft) wide and 347 m (1,138 ft) long, and weighs a whopping 167,704 gross tons. Guests can tour 16 decks, eight of which have ocean-view balcony staterooms. The ship accommodates 5,498 guests in total and there are 1,550 international crew on board.

The camera passes through a shopping pavilion with boutiques and cafes (pictured)

The camera passes through a shopping pavilion with boutiques and cafes (pictured)

The camera passes through a shopping pavilion with boutiques and cafes (pictured)

Pictured is the ship's simulated skydiving experience, iFly's RipCord

Pictured is the ship's simulated skydiving experience, iFly's RipCord

Pictured is the ship’s simulated skydiving experience, iFly’s RipCord

The ship, which can sail at 22 knots, was intended to make its maiden voyage on July 3, but was postponed when eight crew members tested positive for coronavirus.

He finally set sail on July 31 from Port Everglades, Florida, on an eight-day cruise through the southern Caribbean, with a stopover in the Netherlands Antilles and CocoCay in the Bahamas.

Odyssey will sail six- and eight-night cruises to the Caribbean from its home port in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in the summer of 2022 before heading to the Mediterranean, where it will make stops in Barcelona, ​​Spain and Rome.

A June 2021 image showing Odyssey of the Seas arriving at its home port of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for the first time.

A June 2021 image showing Odyssey of the Seas arriving at its home port of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for the first time.

A June 2021 image showing Odyssey of the Seas arriving at its home port of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, for the first time.

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