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Just How Energy-Efficient Is The Latest Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship?

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In a new video by the cruise line, we learn about the energy and technical aspects of Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship. The large vessel is one of the most advanced in the world and floats on bubbles! As mentioned by Royal Caribbean, the ship has “an air lubrication system that allows the ship to float on air, with millions of tiny bubbles created under the hull to reduce drag and increase fuel efficiency.”

Energy-Efficient Technology Explained:

Harmony of the Seas is the third-Oasis class ship and is slightly larger than its sister ships at a huge 227,000 gross tons and carrying over 5,400 guests. A ship this large wouldn’t go down well if it didn’t have any advances in fuel usage and the environment. The ship sails week-long Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises out Port Everglades, Florida.

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