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History Is Made As 3 of the World’s Largest Cruise Ships Meetup

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Harmony of the Seas which is the latest ship in the class and the largest was coming to the end of a 14-day transatlantic crossing which departed Barcelona, Spain on October 23. The day before the ship arrived at its new home of Port Everglades, Florida it had the one time chance to meet up with sister ships Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.

This has never been done before and is a one historic moment which may never happen again. The ships showed off together their might with a series of maneuvers which was all captured on video and of course photo.

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All three ships offer some of the best features at sea in the entire cruise industry but Harmony of the Seas goes one step further with the 10-story high Ultimate Abyss slide. The third Oasis-class ship which entered service in May 2016 is longer than Oasis and Allure by just one foot and has 1,700 more tons at a whopping total of 227,000 tons.

After some fun in the sun not far from the United States coast all three ships continued on their way with Harmony of the Seas arriving in the United States today for the first time ever. The ship is sailing a special 4-day Bahamas cruise today before celebrating its naming ceremony on November 10 at Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

If these huge photos aren’t good enough then take a look at the aft of Harmony of the Seas which we just posted.

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