The world's largest cruise ship will feature the tallest slide at sea, a LEGO wall and robot bartenders serving the drinks when it launches next year.
Royal Caribbean announced that its record-breaking Symphony of the Seas will include an array of extraordinary activities that will make her the most adventure-packed ship ever seen.
The billion pound cruise liner will set off on her maiden voyage from Barcelona in April 2018 and include on-board acrobats, the tallest ever waterslide at sea and even a park.
Guests will be treated to a 'Bionic Bar' where they can create limitless cocktails and have them served up by their robot bartender.
With 30 big-screen TVs showing almost every sport on Earth, Playmakers Bar and Arcade will ensure fans don't miss a single game while on holiday.
Visitors craving a bit of culture can enjoy the ship's very own on-board starring in the show "HiRo".
The high-flying, high diving performances are described as the most thrilling at sea.
Hit musical Hairspray- Royal Caribbean 's first Broadway musical at sea- will be playing in the ship's theatre.
Thrillseekers can take a ride on Ultimate Abyss, the world's tallest slide at sea.
The ride will catapult only the bravest into the heart of the Boardwalk to revel in their adrenaline rush.
For slightly less brave Symphony of the Seas will feature a trio of smaller water slides - The Perfect Storm and two FlowRiders.
The two-level 'ultimate family suite' is there to entertain younger visitors.
The exclusive suite includes an slide from the kid's only bedroom down to the living room, a floor-to-ceiling LEGO wall and air-hockey table and hidden nooks for chilling.
For guests who enjoy playing games is a separate 3D cinema theatre-style TV room.
The room comes complete with popcorn machine and a library of video games.
The luxury suite spans 1,346 square feet and includes a whirlpool on the 212 square foot wrap-around balcony.
Guests in the ultimate suite even get their own personal Genie to take care of their every need.
Those who might be missing dry land can visit Central Park and sit among the more than 12,000 lush tropical plants in the open-air retreat that features meandering walkways and boutique shops.
Food-lovers will not be disappointed on Symphony of the Seas, claim Royal Caribbean, with tens of restaurants on-board.
Hooked, the first seafood brasserie in Royal Caribbean's fleet, will offer expansive sea views for diners while El Loco Fresh Mexican will serve up flavoursome Mexican bites.
Chops Grille, Jamie's Italian by Jamie Oliver, 150 Central Park and Vintages wine bar can be found in the Central Park.
Sweet and ice-cream, Sugar Beach, will offer up treats for guests with a sweet tooth.
For more information about Symphony of the Seas, visit: royalcaribbean.co.uk/our-ships/symphony-of-the-seas .