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Carnival’s Largest Cruise Ship Ever: How It Fits 6,000 People | WSJ

Cruise ships are getting larger and the activities on board more extreme. WSJ’s Scott McCartney visits a shipyard in Finland to see how the cruise operator Carnival is able to pack so much on a ship — including a rollercoaster — and still have it float.

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