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Is The Fifth Oasis-Class Cruise Ship Named Melody of the Seas?

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The fifth Oasis-class ship is some time away from arriving yet but the ships name has already been questioned.

We think it is way too early to start speculation on the fifth oasis class ships name. There is one German site which seems to already know that the future Royal Caribbean ship will be named Melody of the Seas. If this is the name of the vessel we’ll have to wait a while until the cruise line officially reveals it. The site doesn’t mention how the name Melody of the Seas came to light but we would like to know your thoughts on this name in the comments further down below.

Until the name is revealed on the fifth oasis class ship we can still look forward to the fourth oasis vessel. Symphony of the Seas is currently under construction at the STX shipyard in France and only yesterday we posted the latest photos so readers can see how the ship has come along. It would be best to focus on Symphony of the Seas as the cruise line still has more details to release on the upcoming ship which will be the world’s biggest once in service in April 2018.

The so-called Melody of the Seas is expected to be even larger than Symphony of the Seas at over 230,000 gross tons. The future vessel is scheduled to be delivered in Spring 2021 and construction at the STX France shipyard has not even started yet. no doubt the cruise line and shipyard and planning the features and design which we’ll all know over the coming years.

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