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How Royal Caribbean Prepares the Largest Cruise Ships for New 6,000 Passengers in Just 10 hours

Royal Caribbean has released a video giving a look at how they prepare the largest cruise ships in the world for 6,000 new passengers in just 10 hours.

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Once a week on turnaround day, the Oasis class ships from Royal Caribbean say goodbye to 6,700 passengers and their 12,000 pieces of luggage. It takes all 2,100 crew members working in perfect sync to get the ship ready for the new passengers who will board in just a few hours.

From loading enough food for a small city to getting more than 2,700 staterooms ready, the video below gives an interesting look at how the cruise line handles turnaround day.

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