Cruise News Royal Caribbean Harmony of the Seas In The Final Stages of Fitting Out

Harmony of the Seas In The Final Stages of Fitting Out

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The mega ship looks just about complete on the exterior and it just seems that final touches are being made to the interior spaces. The Boardwalk and Central Park neighbourhoods are coming together nicely too. You can take a look at all the latest photos from Royal Caribbean below:

All Photos By: Royal Caribbean

Harmony of the Seas will debut in May 2016 with a series of sailings out of Southampton, UK. The ship will then begin it’s official inaugural season sailing out of Barcelona, Spain and sailing around the Mediterranean. Guests on those sailings will have the chance to be among the first to experience the very best that Royal Caribbean has available. Harmony of the Seas won’t be short on things to do onboard.

Harmony of the Seas will feature a thrilling 10-story high Ultimate Abyss slide (not water slide!) which will go down all the way to the boardwalk near the Aqua Theater. There will be even more slides onboard with the Perfect Storm collection, offering a different type of thrill. The vessel has tons of entertainment offerings¬†including bars, restaurants and the new Jamie’s Italian by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver.

The vessel is 227,700 gross tons making it slightly larger than sister ships oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. The 16-deck Harmony of the Seas will be able to carry 5,497 passengers at double occupancy.

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