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Symphony of the Seas is currently under construction in France and Royal Caribbean recently released some fresh new photos.

The under-construction cruise ship is arriving in Spring 2018 and when she enters service will become the world’s biggest cruise ship. The cruise line is constantly posting new photos and here’s the latest batch for you to enjoy. Most of the work is now being done onboard where all the interior spaces are getting attention.

Compared to the last photos, the ship’s interior has come along hugely and the venues are taking shape. The exterior of Symphony of the Seas has already been completed and much of the work is being done inside.

Symphony of the Seas will sail her maiden voyage from Barcelona Spain on March 21, this is three weeks earlier than first scheduled. The worlds biggest cruise ship will sail year-round from Miami, Florida from November 2018.

Symphony of the Seas is a huge 230,000 gross tons and will carry 5,500 guests.

Symphony of the Seas Late November

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