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Harmony of the Seas is now part of the Royal Caribbean fleet after being delivered to the cruise line in May 2016. The world’s largest cruise ship was built at the STX France shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France and is the third Oasis class ship. The vessel is slightly larger than its sister ships at 227,000 gross tons.

Now that Harmony of the Seas has started a series of short cruises from Southampton, UK Royal Caribbean has released photos from many areas onboard the ship. Cruise Hive will be posting them all below for those readers interested on viewing the ship and all its breathtaking features.

Dining And Bars

Open Decks

Boardwalk And Central Park

General Ship Views

The 5,480 passenger Harmony of the Seas begins its first official season sailing from Barcelona, Spain. The ship will offer Mediterranean cruises before being deployed out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida in November 2016. From there the ship will sail Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises.

If you’re interested in a booking a cruise on the mega ship then take a look at the very latest Harmony of the Seas Cruise Deals.

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