Video: Ride Down The World’s Largest Cruise Ship Slide

It’s no secret that cruise ships continue to get bigger, better, and push the limits of what you thought was possible at sea.

Take Royal Caribbean’s new Harmony of the Seas. The ship, which started sailing in May 2016 is absolutely massive. It measures nearly 1,200 feet and can carry nearly 7,000 cruise passengers.

On board you’ll find some crazy amenities. The ship has four swimming pools, 10 hot tubs, 20 dining venues, a bionic bar where drinks are made and served completely by a robot, and the world’s largest slide at sea.

You’ve likely read stories about this new slide, named Ultimate Abyss. It’s made headlines thanks to measuring 10 stories tall, and taking riders on a massive, looping ride down the back of the ship. Put frankly, there is nothing else like it.

We just came across a video that does down the entire length of the slide and had to share it. If you’re booked on an upcoming Harmony of the Seas cruise, it will get your heart pumping. If you’re not already booked, it will make you want to make a reservation ASAP.

Video and feature photo courtesy of Royal Caribbean.

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