Thursday, November 11, 2010

Welcome Home Allure of the Seas

Allure of the Seas Welcome Event
(Photos Courtesy Royal Caribbean)

November 11, 2010 
 Veteran's Day

To commemorate Veteran's Day, the W. Broward H.S. Marching Band performed a selection of musical pieces and displayed an American flag as part of the events to welcome Allure of the Seas.

It was a gorgeous Veteran's Day in the Fort Lauderdale, Florida area today as Royal Caribbean's latest entry into their fleet, Allure of the Seas, peeked over the horizon providing all gathered with their first look at this engineering wonder.   The Allure weighs in at 225,000 gross registered tons and measures the length of four football fields.   She is 16 decks high and boasts 7 neighborhoods just like sister ship Oasis of the Seas.

While the two ships are identical in structure, there are unique features on each vessel.  Some of the primary differences include food and entertainment offerings which we have been describing as we watched the ship cross the Atlantic.

If you couldn't be in Dania, Florida live for the arrival, this YouTube video is the next best thing. About all I have to say is Welcome Home Allure of the Seas, Welcome home.

We will continue our coverage of Allure of the Seas in future blog posts. We will be onboard the Allure for one of the pre-inaugural sailings, so watch our Facebook Fan Page for Exclusive pictures.

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