Source: Caribbean News
Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas is set to undergo a massive $165 million transformation with the ship being fitted with what will be the tallest slide at sea.
The 58-day transformation will include a trio of new waterslides – the Typhoon, Cyclone and Supercell – and the much anticipated, but slightly petrifying sounding Ultimate Abyss waterslide.
According to Fox News, two other Royal Caribbean ships – the Symphony of the Seas and the Harmony of the Seas already have Ultimate Abyss slides on board, however it is unknown whether Allure’s Ultimate Abyss will be taller or longer than its sister slides.
Other upgrades to Allure of the Seas include brand-new dining options, a karaoke bar, glow-in-the-dark laser tag, a new live-music halls and an adults-only solarium.
According to Fox News, Allure of the Sea will resume sailing in May 2020 with a 7-night Mediterranean cruise departing from Barcelona. The ship will make a transatlantic voyage back to Miami, Florida in November 2020 where it will embark on 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises.