Royal Caribbean International currently has 25 cruise ships in operation. With the largest cruise ships in the world (Oasis Class) and some of the most technologically advanced cruise ships in the water, Royal Caribbean has a vast array of ships for passengers to enjoy.
This post will list Royal Caribbean’s ships newest to oldest in an epic list that we will try to keep updated. The line has cruise ships that can vary from 48,000 gross tons (Empress of the Seas), to the Oasis class that are 225,000+ gross tons.
Symphony of the Seas
At 228,000+ in gross tonnage, Royal Caribbean International’s Symphony of the Seas became the largest cruise ship in the world. This Oasis class ship was built in 2018 and has a maximum capacity of 6,680. Symphony currently has homeports in Miami and Barcelona. The length of this ship is 1,188 feet with a max beam of 215 feet.
Ovation of the Seas
Built in 2016, Ovation of the Seas is a Royal Caribbean Quantum class ship. Ovation comes in at 168,000+ gross tons and has a maximum capacity of 4,905. This ship currently enjoys homeports in China, Australia, and Singapore. The length of this ship is 1,142 feet with a max beam of 160 feet.
Harmony of the Seas
Harmony of the Seas is an Oasis class ship built in 2016. Maximum capacity is 6,410 on this 226,963 gross ton ship. Harmony currently ports out of Port Everglades, Florida. The length of Harmony is 1,188 feet with a max beam of 217 feet.
Anthem of the Seas
Built in 2015, Anthem of the Seas was the second Quantum class ship from Royal Caribbean. The 168,666 ton ship ports out of Bayonne, New Jersey and has a maximum capacity of 4,905. The length of this ship is 1,142 feet with a max beam of 162 feet.
Quantum of the Seas