Porthole 08 Aug 17

CRUISING has come a long way with new ships achieving what was unthinkable 100 years ago. An image doing the rounds on social media attempted to put it into perspective by placing Titanic in front of a modern ship. The Titanic, once one of the largest ocean liners in the world, measured 269m long and could carry 2,435 pax over nine decks. Today, the largest ship, Harmony of the Seas, measures 362m in length and carries 5,479 passengers over 18 decks.
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