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Last Updated: Thursday November 26 2009 16:45 GMT

In pictures: Biggest ship ever

Ocean of the Seas

The Oasis of the Seas is the biggest cruise liner ever built. It weighs the same as five Titanics, and cost more than 800m to build. Its first voyage is in January 2010.

Shopping mall in the Ocean of the Seas

It's got room for more than 6,000 passengers but if they forgot to pack anything they can always buy it in the shopping mall.

Climbing wall on the Ocean of the Seas

There's lots of activities to do like this big climbing wall, which is almost as tall as the 18 decks which make up the ship.

A zipwire on the Ocean of the Seas

And once you're tired of climbing up, what better way to get down than on this zipwire!

Surf simulator on the Ocean of the Seas

There's more extreme sport action on two surfing simulators, so you can catch some waves without ever going in the sea!

Swimming pool at the Ocean of the Seas

If that's all a bit too energetic, you could just hang out by one of the four main swimming pools.

Golf course on the Ocean of the Seas

Or why not enjoy a relaxing game of mini golf while enjoying the ocean views.

A park on the Ocean of the Seas

There's a park on deck with 12,000 live trees and plants in it, as well as 4,100 toilets!

Floating lift on the Ocean of the Seas

If you get thirsty on the way back to your room, you could always get a drink in this floating lift which has its own bar!

Bedroom in the Ocean of the Seas

Even a basic room costs around 700 for a week-long stay, but you'll have to pay a lot more for these luxury apartments which look more like proper flats and cost thousands.