This is 'Harmony of the Seas'

This is 'Harmony of the Seas'
The world's largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas, has successfully conducted a test voyage and will soon be ready for the maiden voyage.

The ship is 361 meters long, 50 meters longer than the height of the Eiffel Tower, 70 meters high and can accommodate nearly 6,000 passengers and a crew of 2,000.

The ship was built at a shipyard in the French port city of Saint-Nazaire and was launched Thursday.

The test voyage was successful, and the ship will now be delivered to the owner, Royal Caribbean International (RCI), on the 12th of May.

The price tag is $1,2 billion.

Harmony of the Seas has been under construction since 2013.

The ship is scheduled to go cruising in the Mediterranean.

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