The largest cruise ship in the world is the Symphony of the Seas, owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. It has a length of 362 meters (1,188 feet), a width of 66 meters (217 feet) and a height of 72 meters (236 feet). It can accommodate up to 6,680 passengers and a crew of 2,200.
The Symphony of the Seas is powered by four 20-cylinder Wartsila marine diesel engines generating an impressive total power output of 77,840 kW. This enables it to reach speeds up to 22 knots (25 mph). Its facilities include two pools, 23 restaurants, 24 bars, a casino, a theater and a water park.
The Symphony of the Seas is one of the most luxurious ships in existence. Its interior design was inspired by seven distinct neighborhoods which feature different styles and décor. The ship also features several high-end amenities such as Wi-Fi access throughout its decks and an indoor ice skating rink.
The cost of the Symphony of the Seas is estimated to be around $1.35 billion dollars. This includes both construction costs and operational costs such as fuel and crew wages. The total cost can vary depending on the type of voyage taken and whether or not additional amenities are added while aboard.
The Symphony of the Seas is currently the world’s largest cruise ship with an estimated cost of $1. It boasts luxurious amenities such as Wi-Fi access throughout its decks and an indoor ice skating rink that make it one of the most luxurious ships in existence today.