The world’s largest cruise ship five times larger than the Titanic has been deemed a “monstrosity” for its gargantuan size.
Known as the Icon of the Seas under Royal Caribbean International, the cruise will make its maiden voyage in January and has some people scratching their heads over the many amenities it offers, including 20 decks, 7 pools, and 6 waterslides — the largest waterpark at sea.
“As for technical specifics, the boat is equipped with 17 lifeboats with the capacity for up to 450 people — meaning it has room for 7,650 people, despite its capacity for 7,960,” reported the New York Post. “Specifically, it holds up to some 5,610 passengers and 2,350 crew across 19 floors — the height alone comparable to a New York City building.”
While the ship does not have enough lifeboats, Cruise Mummy notes that remaining crewmembers would be using…