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Hyperlapse Tour of World’s Largest Cruise Ship, Symphony of the Seas

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Cruise Hive Weekly News: September 25, 2020

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If you’re an avid Cruise Hive reader then you’ll know we enjoy videos of the large cruise ships including Symphony of the Seas, the world’s largest! Royal Caribbean has released a new hyperlapse tour of the ship which is worth watching.

Hyperlapse Symphony of the Seas Tour

The only way to tour the world’s largest cruise ship as quickly as possible is by watching the hyperlapse tour from the cruise line. Royal Caribbean has released a super fast video going around the entire Symphony of the Seas which you can watch further below.

Related: 15 Impressive Things About Symphony of the Seas

Just about every part of the ship is covered including the neighborhoods of Boardwalk, Central Park, Pool & Sports Zone, Royal Promenade and Entertainment Place. The video also showcases some of the biggest features of the Royal Caribbean cruise ship including The Ultimate Abyss slide, the Ultimate Family Suite, waterslides, Wonderland and dining venues.

Symphony of the Seas is currently on her transatlantic voyage which departed Barcelona, Spain for the last time on October 28. The Oasis-class vessel will arrive in the U.S. for the very first time at Port Canaveral, Florida on November 8. The following day the ship will arrive at her new homeport in Miami, Florida at the new Royal Caribbean PortMiami cruise terminal. On the same say the Royal Caribbean flagship will celebrate her naming ceremony.

On November 17 Symphony of the Seas will kick off her new year-round service of week-long cruises sailing the Caribbean. The huge ship is 230,000 gross tons with a guest capacity of 5,500 at double occupancy.

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