Harmony of the Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship, has officially joined the Royal Caribbean fleet. The brand new ship, clocking in at 227,000 gross registered tons and carrying 5,479 guests, surpasses the size of her two earlier sisters, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.
Harmony of the Seas was delivered to Royal Caribbean from STX France during a traditional handover ceremony in Saint Nazaire, France. The ceremony served a dual purpose, celebrating the delivery of the world’s largest cruise ship and honoring her new and dedicated crew of 2,100.
“Harmony of the Seas is the product of our zealous spirit of continuous improvement, where we have combined revolutionary ship design with the technological strides that have defined the Royal Caribbean brand,” said Richard D. Fain. “Thank you to STX France for their ongoing partnership in building our ships, which continue to introduce unexpected industry innovations.”
Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas features a number of recent innovations found aboard other Royal Caribbean ships, including robot barten
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