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20,000 Images Combine for a Google Street View Tour of the World's Largest Cruise Ship

July 15, 2014 at 12:50 PM | by | Comments (0)

Google Street View is on the move again, and this time they’re heading somewhere that lacks any roads—the water.

The camera and photo arm of the search giant just finished checking out one of the ships over at Royal Caribbean, as Allure of the Seas smiled and posed for well over 20,000 images of all its goings-on.

This latest view is all part of Google’s partnership with the cruise line, as they’re teaming up through a marketing and tour initiative known as Business View. We kind of want to see if we get something like this at the office, as we’re sure a virtual walk through of some swanky cubicles and the break room would be super appealing to the rest of the world.

So ya—when the afternoon is dragging today just take a few minutes to go on a virtual cruise. We’re not sure on the ports of call, but at least you’ll see what the ship has to offer up.

[Photo: Google / Royal Caribbean]

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