ROYAL CARIBBEAN UNVEILS FIRST ARCHITECTURAL MARVEL ONBOARD PROJECT GENESIS SHIP Central Park Brings the Outdoors In, Creating Open-air Neighborhood for Guests That Reaches to the Sky MIAMI, April 15, 2008 â€“ In its latest evolution in cruise ship design, Royal Caribbean Internationalâ€™s Project Genesis will bring the best of the land to sea with Central Park, a revolutionary design in which the center of the ship opens to the sky and features lush, tropical grounds spanning the length of a football field. An exquisite public gathering place featuring serene pathways, seasonal flower gardens and canopy trees, Central Park will provide cruisers with more choices in a unique outdoor space. One of the shipâ€™s most ground-breaking spaces, this new concept is the first of seven neighborhoods to be unveiled on Project Genesis. Each neighborhood will provide vacationers with the opportunity to seek out relevant experiences in various locales based on their personal style, preference or mood.
I thought it would be great to open up the new AboutNewJersey.com Blog at the start of the New Jersey tourism season – Memorial Day weekend. I know, I know, many New Jerseyans do not see the benefit of tourism to the state’s economy and many actually complain and wish that people would go home. But in actuality – it benefits the average citizen immensely.