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New Construction Photos of Harmony of the Seas Released

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The huge cruise ship is now well into its construction at the STX shipyard in St. Nazaire, France. these latest photos in October show how the ship is coming along but still lots to do before the completion in April 2016. All the blocks are together and the smaller less straightforward phases are underway.

Royal Caribbean last released construction photos in June and already the ship looks different. This time around there are less photos but they don’t stop us from getting excited about the 227,000 gross ton ship. There’s still some major milestones to come including the ships float out and sea trials.

Harmony of the Seas is an oasis class ship but will still be slightly larger than oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas. The upcoming vessel will carry 5,400 passengers at double occupancy along with 2,394 crew members. The ship will also feature 2,747 staterooms with the latest innovative technologies that Royal Caribbean is so famous for.

Once completed Harmony of the Seas will sail the Western Mediterranean from Barcelona, Spain during her inaugural season before arriving at her homeport of Fort Lauderdale in November 2016 where she will sail the Caribbean.

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