Symphony of the Seas takes “Flight” production show to new heights
Nick Weir, Royal Caribbean’s vice president of entertainment has shared some exciting details about the production show “Flight – Dare to Dream” appearing on Symphony of the Seas. A model “Wright Flyer” featuring a 22 foot wing span will “fly” on a track across the auditorium wowing guests sitting below. The “3D dynamic flight” will be the first of its kind on a Royal Caribbean ship.
We will be flying a 22 ft wide “Wright Flyer” airplane (with Orville at the controls), around the entire auditorium of the Royal Theater, using a custom designed, computer controlled 3D flying system, …over & above our amazed audience! #Flight #SymphonyoftheSeas #Whaaa? 🤫 🤐 pic.twitter.com/x5wLRBekoz
— Nick Weir (@NickWeirShowbiz) 16 January 2018
Nick also released a video showing the titanium structure in action which is currently under construction. “Flight” will not be available on the inaugural cruises which doesn’t seem surprising taking into account the special features to be premiered on Symphony.
A short, exclusive clip of the “Wright Flyer” which will be featured in a breathtaking 3D, dynamic flight, in the #RoyalTheater on #SymphonyoftheSeas, as part of our original production #Flight: #DaretoDream. ~now under construction, using titanium & carbon fiber composites. pic.twitter.com/OH8ycgfdVm
— Nick Weir (@NickWeirShowbiz) 9 February 2018