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New Symphony of the Seas Construction Photos Released

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Symphony of the Seas is the next new cruise ship for Royal Caribbean and it will become the new world’s largest cruise ship. The vessel is currently under construction at the STX France shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. The cruise line keeps teasing us with construction photos and below you can take a look at the latest.

Latest Construction Photos:

Symphony of the Seas still has some major constrcution milestones to come including the float out on water and the begining of the fitting out phase. The ship will be completed in Spring 2018 with its maiden voyage on April 21 and spend its inaugural season in Europe. The vessel will be 230,000 gross tons and will be able to carry a maximum of 6,780 guests.

Cruise Hive readers can take a look at all the details in a previous post on Symphony of the Seas.

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