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Ultimate Abyss on Harmony

Royal Caribbean International - boards.cruisecritic.com
Hello all,

Please pardon the silly question I am about to ask. I am going on the Harmony of the Seas in just under 3 weeks (so excited) and could use some help from experienced Harmony cruisers. I am looking at images of the Ultimate Abyss dry slides, and want to do it- the only problem is, I take after my mother in the sense that I am extremely wimpy when it comes to big drops. I have heard that the Abyss is not all that bad considering the twists and turns, however am looking for as much input as possible! Almost everyone I've asked says I should do it, because I will get to say I did it and likely want to do it again, and I feel almost as if the anticipation will be more painful than the actual ride down. My question to you all is, is it suitable for those who are not all that fond of extreme drops? I love mild coasters and most waterslides and things of that nature, I just absolutely cannot stand that feeling of a big drop! So anyone who has done it, feel free to chime in as I want to be able to brave it out (but not before letting my thrill-seeking father and brother test it first and tell me what it's like). To me, it looks fun yet scary at the same time, at least in pictures. Does it give that feeling in the stomach, or is it not as bad as it may seem? Thank you all for your replies!
Date: Mar 20, 2017   


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