The £30 million extension of Royal Caribbean International'sEnchantment of the Seas
has been captured on camera.
Pictures in the Daily Mail show how the vessel was miraculously cut in half to insert a new cabin block.
According to reports, engineers and crew worked around the clock to add the extra capacity, using circular saws and heavy-duty machinery to cut through 12 decks.
As well as adding 151 new cabins, the extension also includes a brand new restaurant, trampolines and suspension bridges.
A Royal Caribbean International's
spokesman told the newspaper: "We've committed ourselves to providing innovative, exciting and unexpected experiences for our guests.
"We are willing to stretch ourselves and our ships - literally - to fulfil that promise."Royal Caribbean International
currently serves over 170 destinations worldwide and earlier this year added the Independence of the Seas to its fleet.
Written by Fiona Mayers