Carnival Cruise Line representatives displayed the world’s largest cruise ship out of canned goods at the New Orleans Saints game on Monday. The can goods that made up the ship will benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank, which serves households in South Louisiana.

The 17,000 can goods for the ship were donated by New Orleans-area schools. The ship, sponsored by Carnival Cruise Line and the NFL was created by over 100 volunteers and was developed after receiving consultations from the American Institute of Architects. The ship is a replica of a passenger ship with the Carnival Cruise Line logo.

Volunteers from the New Orleans Chapter of Second Harvest Food Bank all pose by the world's largest Carnival cruise ship made out of cans, sponsored by Carnival Cruise Line near Poydras Street side of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans on Monday, December 21, 2015. (Photo by Peter G. Forest) (PRNewsFoto/Carnival Cruise Line)

Volunteers from the New Orleans Chapter of Second Harvest Food Bank all pose by the world’s largest Carnival cruise ship made out of cans, sponsored by Carnival Cruise Line. The ship was at the ┬áSuperdome in New Orleans on Monday, December 21, 2015. (Photo by Peter G. Forest) (Carnival Cruise Line)

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