Rain clouds will never dampen passengers’ days on MSC Cruises’ Meraviglia, launching in summer 2017.
The ship will have a high-tech virtual sky, a dome onto which images can be projected, whether it’s a sunny day, a breathtaking sunset or footage of on-board events, msccruises.co.uk.
The robotic bartenders on Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas mix some 1,000 drinks a day at the Bionic Bar
The robotic bartenders on Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas mix some 1,000 drinks a day at the Bionic Bar.
Their movements were programmed to mimic Roberto Bolle, a principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre, royalcaribbean.com.
MSC Cruises boasts five 4D cinemas onboard its ships — and they’re brilliantly high-tech.
Moving seats, blasts of air and leg ticklers combine to bring the latest blockbusters to life, msccruises.co.uk.
Tech-wise, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Epic is one of the most swish ships in the world, with console-filled gaming areas, facial recognition software that matches guests with photographs captured on-board — plus a concierge app so that passengers can book trips, ncl.com.