Visit FlowRider’s website, and the first image that pops up is a proud announcement that Royal Caribbean International has recently installed its 15th FlowRider – the surf simulator that made a splash in the cruise industry when it began to be installed on RCI’s Voyager-class ships and beyond – at sea. Initially, the line was just putting one aboard, but the Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas and newest and biggest Harmony of the Seas each have two. Plus, there are even more products available from the manufacturer that could still make their way onto a cruise ship.
When asked by FlowRider why Royal Caribbean chose its company’s attraction time and time again, the cruise line admitted, “because we wanted something to set us apart from our competitors and FlowRider did just that.”
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