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Get Dizzy Watching this Hyper-Lapse of Royal Caribbean’s Newest Cruise Ship

Watch this super fast hyper-lapse video from onboard Symphony of the Seas while in the final stages of construction. Workers are busy adding the final touches before the new world's largest cruise ship enters service in March.

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The build-up to Symphony of the Seas is well underway as the ship is just about the begin cruising this March. The teaseĀ us even further Royal Caribbean has released this stunning hyper-lapse video from onboard the new Royal Caribbean cruise ship. The footage shows a walk through while workers are busy doing the final touches to the interior spaces.

Let’s go ahead and watch the video below but first, we must say that how this video is made is impressive and one of the favorites from the cruise line so far even if it makes us dizzy!

Watch Symphony of the Seas Hyper-Lapse

Symphony of the Seas has actually recently completed sea trials which tested to make sure she’s seaworthy and ready for business. The first cruise will depart Barcelona on March 31, 2018, and this will be the first chance cruisers can try out the most advanced and biggest cruise ship in the world. The ship will sail from Miami, Florida starting in November 2018 offering Caribbean cruises from the new Royal Caribbean cruise terminal in PortMiami.

You can take a look at the most recent construction photos of the new ship at the shipyard while in the fitting out phase. Crew members are arriving at the ship to get her ready for the first guests. The fourth oasis class ship is taking over Harmony of the Seas as the world’s largest at 230,000 gross tons and carrying 5,500 passengers.

Symphony of the Seas Hyper Lapse Walk through

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