Presenting the world's largest cruise ship

Get ready for the new series of cruise ships that will break all records. US-based Carnival Cruises' new series of ships will be able to carry more than 7,000 passengers, and the ships will also run on gas.

Krydstogtskib i Göteborg Havn | Photo: Gøteborg Havn

The world's largest cruise company, Carnival Cruises, will by 2019 at the earliest launch its new series of four major cruise ships that will be able to carry more than 7,000 passengers at a time.

The new ships will have capacity for 6,600 paying passengers as well as several hundred employees and seafarers, says Carnival Cruises in a statement according to Bloomberg. The ships will thus be the biggest ever so far in terms of passenger capacity.

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