Royal Caribbean International First to use Google Street View

Cruise ship.Royal Caribbean International announced it is working with Google to be the first cruise line to launch Google Maps Business View using Google’s Street View technology onboard the Allure of the Seas.

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By using Street View technology, Royal Caribbean International will provide consumers with an interactive experience when they are searching for a vacation.

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"Business View allows people all over the world to explore a range of businesses and organizations in great detail in just a few clicks” said Deborah Schenker - Program Manager at Google UK, “You can check out anything from restaurants to aircraft in Google Maps, and now for the first time you can sail the seas too with the first ever cruise ship coming on board."

Guests will be able to virtually walk through the various decks of Allure of the Seas including the Royal Promenade, Central Park, the Boardwalk, the AquaTheater, the Entertainment Place, the Pool and Sports Deck and 22 restaurants on board.

Visit www.royalcaribbean.co.uk

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