Allure of the Seas – the World’s Biggest Cruise Ship – ready to set sail in 2015

Looking for a holiday with a difference next year for the entire family? Well, the new cruise liner coming to Royal Caribbean will fit your family, friends and some strangers off the street with its 6,318-berth design, boasting the title of the ‘World’s Biggest Cruise Ship’.

Already the subject of television hype, the cruise ship has been featured on new hit Saturday night show ‘Splash’, on ITV1 – in which Olympic diving champion Tom Daley and a number of fellow athletes compete in series of sports challenges aboard the ship. However, if you fancy going a little further afield on the cruise liner, you can opt to be part of one of its first ever voyages from May 2015.

Running between May and October 2015, you can opt for a 5 to 7 night cruise from Barcelona to Rome – stopping at principal tourist spots Palma, Marseille and La Spezia. If that wasn’t enough, you can also decide to go for one of two cruises to and from Florida in the same time frame, giving you even more time to enjoy the luxury of this affordable cruise ship.

At the length of over four football pitches, and hitting heights of over double the size of London’s Gherkin building – and racking up a $1.5-billion price tag, The Allure of the Seas is truly the world’s biggest and best way to travel the seas. Speaking as the Cruise1st.co.uk Global Managing Director Dan Townsley speaks of the ship:

“The Allure of the Seas is a sensational ship, which will create a brand new destination within itself in The Med. Customers no longer need to pay for expensive transatlantic flights to obtain the kudos of saying they have sailed on the World’s biggest cruise ship! Combining cruising on her and visiting destinations like Rome, Barcelona, Naples and Florence will provide our customers with the holiday of a lifetime”

You can see more about the Allure of the Seas and make a booking by visiting Cruise1st.co.uk or calling 0800 230 0655

 

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