Speakers get a chance to ride on the biggest ships

ByRick Deutsch

Speakers get a chance to ride on the biggest ships

Allure of the Seas :the largest ship in the world

Allure of the Seas :the largest ship in the world (enlarge)

One thing about being a cruise ship speaker is that you can have your choice of ships to sail on – within certain limits. Like your agent has to have an opening on the line you are looking for, your topic has to be accepted by the line and there has to be an opening that you can get. OK, let’s look at these monsters you can try for.

I have never been on those 5,000 person floating cities, but would like to, just to see what they are like. When looking at these behemoths, keep in mind that the Titanic, then the largest ship (1912), was only 880 feet long.

The Royal Princess
Size 1,083ft
Max capacity: 4,100

Norwegian Getaway
Size: 1,063ft
Max capacity: 3,910

Norwegian Breakaway
Size: 1,068ft
Max capacity: 3,988

Queen Mary 2
Size: 1,132ft
Max capacity: 3,090

Independence of the Seas
Size: 1,112ft
Max capacity of 4,375

Liberty of the Seas
Size: 1,112ft
Max capacity: 4,375

Freedom of the Seas
Size: 1,112ft
Max capacity: 4,375

Norwegian Epic
Size: 1,081ft
Max capacity: 5,183

Oasis of the Seas
Size: 2,706ft
Max capacity: 6,296

Allure of the Seas
Size: 2,706ft
Max capacity: 6,296

 

 
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