Worlds Longest Waterslide at Sea Launches This Year

first_imgStay on target This Apartment-Like Camper Van Could Be the Future of Van LifeMarriott Swaps Tiny Toiletries For More Sustainable Options Here’s where to get your next adrenaline rush. Royal Caribbean this week revealed plans to launch the world’s longest waterslide at sea on their Navigator of the Seas ship this year.Dubbed “The Blaster,” the waterslide will feature 800 feet of twists, turns, drops and and the longest stretch of slide ever suspended over water.The new slide is part of a $115 million makeover of the Navigator of the Seas, one of the world’s largest cruise ships, which will be relaunched on February 24 in Miami.Want more thrills in one place? The Navigator relaunch will also feature “The Riptide,” the only head-first mat racer at sea. It features a translucent tube right off the side of the ship so riders have a full view of the sip (and the ocean) as they’re zooming to the home stretch.Photo Credit: Royal CaribbeanOther new features include more kid-friendly, less thrilling attractions, such as a Splash Pad play area for tots in the pool, glow-in-the-dark laser tag, and a new Escape Room.There are also new bars to check out: The Lime and Coconut, a two level signature cocktail bar, and The Bamboo Room, Royal Caribbean’s line’s Polynesian-themed watering hole.More on Carnival Cruise Ship Will Have ‘First Roller Coaster’ at SeaThis Embraer Shark Plane Has No Dreaded Middle SeatsWorld’s First Underground Luxury Hotel Opens in Chinalast_img

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