An ‘agonizing’ time on the world’s biggest cruise ship | The Current

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The writer Gary Shteyngart spent seven days on the largest cruise ship in the world — and hated it. He compares being on the Icon of the Seas — a ship 20 decks high with up to 10,000 people on board — to being trapped in a giant mall, adrift in the Caribbean.
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