Des centaines de personnes sont présentes à Saint-Nazaire, ce vendredi après-midi, pour assister au départ du "Wonder of the Seas", plus gros paquebot du monde.

We received Requests for 30% more information than usual“, Arnaud Glize breathes, Saint-Nazaire Renversante brand communications manager, tourism office attached. After many months of work,”The miracle of the seas“, The last piece of jewelry on the shipyard, leaves Form C this Friday afternoon. A giant of the oceans explored by hundreds of pairs of eyes Who took advantage of the sun to attend this farewell. From the Vieux Môle lighthouse or anywhere else, telescopes or camera-equipped everyone tries to catch the departure of the world’s largest liner, 362 meters long and 64 meters wide. Guaranteed show.

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A mastoid was pulled by four traction

Among the spectators there, Claudine and Luke took a short trip from Le Crozi. “This is the first time we have seen a cruise ship take off, Trusts the pair. You can even view slides through binoculars!“As close as they can be, the departure of the ship, commanded by the American cruise liner Royal Caribbean, is being explored every second by enthusiasts and enthusiasts of giants.

Hauled by four tow boats, This liner can accommodate up to 6,988 passengers and 2,300 crew It will then depart to reach the city of Focaine, where final work must be carried out before it can be officially hired.

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For Christophe, who lives in Arwald, seeing the departure of this giant of the seas is a dream. “The Wonder of the Seas is beautiful, but my favorite is still Le France,” he says. © Radio France
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The “Miracle of the Seas” leaves Form C of the Saint-Nazire shipyard today, Friday afternoon. © Radio France
Celine Loiso

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