“It’s not only the biggest cruise ship in the world, it’s also the most expensive ever built,” said Richard Fain, head of RCCL (Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited) at handover ceremony of Harmony of the seas to the US base a few days ago. It took 40 months to make. It will take off for its first journey on 29 may. With the height of 1187 ft, it is 50 meter longer than Eiffel Tower. And being 66 meter wide, it is the widest ship ever built. The huge vessel contains 16 decks which can carry 6360 passengers and around 2100 crew members. Harmony of the Seas has its own central park with 12000 different plant species. It includes all the luxuries which a richest person can get. A giant climbing wall, a rope slide, mini golf, surf simulator, floating Jacuzzis, casino and 1,400-seat theatre playing Broadway musicals are among the other attractions. There are robotic bartender in bar. ‘Harmony of the Seas’ is also said to be very eco-friendly because it will produce 20 per cent less CO2 emissions than the two largest ships in its class.