The "Symphony of the Seas," the world's largest cruise ship, sailed into Miami for its South Florida debut early Friday morning.
Royal Caribbean's new ship is a 228-ton vacation wonderland for people looking to enjoy a little bit of everything on the seven seas. The ship was first unveiled in March.
The "Symphony of the Seas" includes a 10-story slide called the Ultimate Abyss, two surf simulators, two rock climbing walls, and 25 pools.
The ship is so massive, the company built a brand new terminal at PortMiami to accommodate its size.
The "Symphony of the Seas" will be officially christened next Thursday and will sail regularly out of Miami.