World’s largest cruise ship sets sail from France with no passengers
- Harmony of the Seas, which cost almost 1,137,680,000 dollars to build and weighs 227,000 tonnes, is on its first-ever sea trial
- The ship, which is nearly 330 foot longer than Titanic, has around 500 of its maximum 2,000 crew aboard for tests
- For months, tourists have been allowed on board to wonder at the luxury interiors of the ship that has 18 decks
- Vessel made in France and stretches to 1,187 feet which means it is 165 feet longer than the iconic Eiffel Tower
The world's largest cruise ship, which is almost 165 feet longer than the Eiffel Tower, has set off on its first sea trial from France.
Harmony of the Seas, which cost almost 1.2 billion dollars to build and weighs 227,000 tonnes, was helped from Saint-Nazaire port by six tug boats this afternoon.
Although there's no passengers on the ship yet, which is nearly 330 foot longer than the Titanic, there are still around 500 crew aboard as its continues its sea trial until Sunday.