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How Is Harmony of the Seas Central Park Maintained?

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Royal Caribbean has released a brand new video which shows how the world’s largest cruise ship maintains the stunning and scenic Central Park neighborhood.

In this new video, we get to meet the people behind the running of Central Park and it’s not as easy as it looks. Harmony of the Seas has its very own landscaper who is in charge of making sure all the plants and flowers are the best they can be. The landscaping team of four have to deal with the challenges of maintaining 12,000 plants at sea.

Watch The Video Below:

Harmony of the Seas is one of three Oasis class ships which have the Central Park neighbourhood and it’s an area where guests can relax in the park or simply by enjoying one of the many food and drink venues. The ship can carry 5,479 passengers at double occupancy and is a whopping 226,000 gross tonnes. The vessel is currently sailing 8-day Western Mediterranean cruises and will begin sailing from Port Everglades this November.

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