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The world's largest cruise liner set sail for Florida on Wednesday night after a sojourn in Europe that saw it undergo an extensive refurbishment. The refit means the Oasis of the Seas now has a culinary offering "as vast and varied as dining in the world's most cosmopolitan cities," according to its owner Royal Caribbean.
The 225,282-ton ship, which can carry 6,360 guests and 2,394 crew, paid a quick visit to the English port of Southampton after emerging from its 14-day drydock in Rotterdam. It is expected to arrive in its home port of Fort Lauderdale on Oct. 27.