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Google Street View is now on a cruise ship

The tour will not cover the entire ship but will show the ship's restaurants, cabins, pools and activities such as rock-climbing and zip lining. The tour uses over 20,000 images taken over eight days. The images were shot with a basic DSLR camera equipped with a fisheye lens and a panoramic head on a tripod.
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July 8, 2014
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Google is adding Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas, to their Street View program.

The Allure of the Seas can carry 5,400 passengers and takes people on a tour of the Mediterranean. Google Maps Business View allows visitors to take a virtual tour of the ship. It is the first cruise ship to be photographed by Google and can be viewed at at royalcaribbean.co.uk/royalview.

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The tour will not cover the entire ship but will show the ship’s restaurants, cabins, pools and activities such as rock-climbing and zip lining. The tour uses over 20,000 images taken over eight days. The images were shot with a basic DSLR camera equipped with a fisheye lens and a panoramic head on a tripod.

Google has been quite busy lately pushing their Street View program to new locations such as World Cup Stadiums in Brazil; the Grand Canyon; mountains across the world and other areas.

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