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Allure of the Seas Shipyard Report #1

One Response

  1. Cruises Fan

    She look really amazing although it does feel like a bit like a de ja vu as it doesnt feel like a year since the Oasis of the Seas was launched. Although hopefully with two massive ships to fill Royal Caribbean Cruises may reduce the prices.