Royal Caribbean has teased us with some new construction photos of what will be the largest cruise ship the world once complete.
The new photos coincide with the new Royal Caribbean PortMiami Terminal A breaking ground which will cater for Symphony of the Seas once in service. Bookings for the fourth Oasis-class vessel also opened up today for inaugural sailings in Europe and the Caribbean in 2018.
The cruise line released some fancy new construction photos of the vessel. Symphony of the Seas is coming along nicely at the STX France shipyard but there are still many major construction milestones to come. The 230,000 gross ton vessel will come together over the coming months with the grand float out ceremony still to come. Symphony of the Seas still needs more blocks added to make the ship whole.
Symphony of the Seas which will be delivered in April 2018 will have 28 more staterooms than her newest sister ship Harmony of the Seas. This will increase the tonnage and make it the world’s largest cruise ship. The ship will spend its inaugural season sailing to the Mediterranean ports of Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Spain; Provence, France; Florence/Pisa, Rome and Naples, Italy. Symphony will then make its way across the Atlantic ocean towards Miami, Florida. From November 17 the vessel will begin sailing Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings from the new Terminal A in PortMiami.