Why it costs $1 million a day to run one of the world’s biggest cruise ships

The port of Malaga with Symphony of the Seas (Courtesy MedCruise) It takes a staff of 2,400 people working day and night to keep Royal Caribbean’s “Symphony of the Seas” sailing.

From tiny cruise-ship kitchens, chefs whip up 30,000 meals a day. All waste onboard is dealt with in secret, crew-only areas of the ship. And the engine room and captain’s bridge work together to power and move the floating city.

We go below deck on one of the world’s largest cruise ships.

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