The STX France shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France has posted a new video of Harmony of the Seas. This isn’t just any video, at over 4 minutes long we get to see how the vessel developed since it was floated out. We get to see all aspects of the ship from developing interior spaces to grand propeller external views. We can see just how much work goes into building the world’s largest cruise ship.
You can watch the video below:
At the beginning of the video the Harmony of the Seas logo on the hull can just about be seen but as the vessel’s construction develops we begin to see features taking shape. Towards the end of the video the ship’s collection of The Perfect Storm water slides start coming to life. Well, the good news is that we won’t have to wait too much longer for the 227,700 gross ton ship. Harmony of the Seas will begin sailing in Europe from this May.
Harmony of the Seas will have a ton of onboard features, guests are in for a real treat with enough things to keep any type of cruisers busy all cruise long. Some highlights include The Ultimate Abyss 10-story high slide at the aft, The Perfect Storm collection of water slides, Bionic bar featuring the popular robotic bartenders, Jamie Oliver’s brand new Jamie’s Italian restaurant, hit broadway musical Grease and a whole lot more that will give cruisers the WOW effect.
The Royal Caribbean ship will begin sailing from Barcelona, Spain after a series of special cruises from Southampton, UK in May. After the ship’s inaugural season sailing the mediterranean it sail across the Atlantic ocean for Caribbean cruises out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida.