World’s biggest cruise with zip line and tallest slide at sea to set sail

The world's biggest cruise ship has finally made its debut on the waters.

Royal Caribbean's new Wonder of the Seas measures a staggering 1,188ft long, 210ft wide with a gross tonnage of 236,857.

Now the ship has finally set sail from Florida, US, today (March 4).

It features a zip line, a water park with the tallest slide at sea, as well as eight neighbourhoods, plenty of shops and attractions.

The water park has plenty of splash zones for kids, including the Ultimate Abyss slide which is the tallest slide at sea.

As for thrill-seekers, there's the FlowRider wave machine, rock climbing walls and a cantilevered bar for a cocktail with a view.

Meanwhile other entertainment will include live theatre shows, an outdoor movie screen, basketball, volleyball and mini golf.

The Wonder Playscape playground for kids features slides, climbing walls, games and puzzles all in an "underwater world".

For the accommodation, there's an epic family suite on board which can sleep up to 10 people.

The Ultimate Family Suite features its very own slide and play area for the kids, private cinema and a hot tub for parents.

The ship will be home to a brand new offering for the Royal Caribbean fleet, a Suite Class Neighbourhood.

Guests who book stays in these suites will get to enjoy perks, like a sun deck pool with loungers.

The cruise boasts a whole array of different cabins, from inside staterooms to spacious rooms with balconies for ocean views.

You can find out more and book cruises on the Royal Caribbean website.

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