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Is This The Best Photo of Harmony of the Seas Yet?

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Harmony of the Seas is the world’s largest cruise ship and over the months since it first entered service we have seen a ton of photos of the ship. Well, Royal Caribbean has just posted a brand new photo of the ship and it looks absolutely stunning. You can see the photo in full by clicking on the image below:

The photo shows the ships aft with all lights on at night. The photo was taken using a drone by Royal Caribbean.

The large 227,000 gross ton ship is currently sailing a transatlantic cruise which will come to an end tomorrow when it arrives At Port Everglades. This will be the first time the ship has ever been to the United States and marks a new deployment from Florida.

The ship will sail a special 4-day cruise top the Bahamas before its huge naming ceremony of November 10, 2016. The ship’s godmother is 23-year-old Brittany Affolter from the Miami-Dade region. Harmony of the Seas will then begin weekly cruises alternating between Eastern and Western Caribbean.

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