The big ship pulled slowly into Slateport harbor, a large banner flowing proudly behind it. The banner read "Unova Quick Cruise Incorporated" and had the company's phone number in medium-sized print below it.
The ship was definitely not small, but compared to other ships it wasn't the largest either. The ship was built for the three-day long journey from equipped with ten modestly-sized cabins, as well as pools, rock climbing walls, a hot tub, and anything else needed to make the trip enjoyable.
The boat sat dominantly in the harbor, looming more than three times as high as the next tallest ships.
All around the shipyard, people worked hard to ready the ship for the passengers that would arrive soon. Within a few minutes, everything was ready and the ship was officially open to the public. Or at least, the ones that had signed up for the ride to Unova.