World’s Largest Cruise Ship Isn’t Merely A Clone Of Her Sisters
It’s official: Royal Caribbean’s brand-new Harmony of the Seas is the world’s largest cruise ship. The third Oasis Class cruise ship following 2009’s Oasis of the Seas and 2010’s Allure of the Seas bests her predecessors by some 2,000 gross tons. Christened last week in Southampton, England, she carries 5,479 guests at double-occupancy, and an amazing 6,780 if she’s fully booked to third and fourth-berth capacity.
But while she might look like her Oasis-class sisters, Harmony of the Seas is noteworthy in her own right. Royal Caribbean isn’t just covering old ground here. Like the