Next month, Royal Caribbean will launch its newest ship, the massive 5,400-guest Harmony of the Seas. The third Oasis-class cruise ship is the first in its class to be built in nearly seven years. She’s also the largest cruise ship in the world, surpassing her sisters Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas by over 2,000 gross tons.
Debuting in Southampton in May of 2016, Harmony of the Seas will set sail for the Mediterranean, operating a season of sun-filled sailings to some of the region’s most historic places from her homeports in Barcelona and Rome. Following that, she sails across the Atlantic to winter in the Caribbean, making Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale), Florida her home.
But Harmony of Seas isn’t merely a carbon-copy of her sisters. Mindful of the need to innovate, Royal Caribbean has been hard at work tweaking Harmony of the Seas to add entirely new features, and to bring the best of Quantum and Anthem of the Seas over to the Oasis-class ships for the first time.
What can you expect from Harmony of the Seas? We take a look at five brand-new features that differentiate this gargantuan maritime masterwork:
Royal Caribbean’s First (True) Waterslides
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