Royal Caribbean is speculating about the creation of a new class of "Ultra-Voyager" ships. They would be 15% larger than the current Voyager-class ships, would weigh in at about 160,000 tons, and carry 3,600 passengers.
Do you think cruise ships the size of aircraft carriers are too far away? When it comes to ships, a lot of people seem to think, "the bigger, the better;" when do you think consumers will say, "enough is enough?" And do you think the cruise lines will reach a plateau in ship size, just keep building larger ships, or start building smaller, more intimate ships?
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