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The cruise line released a video of Symphony of the Seas floating out onto water for the very first time. It took place at the STX France shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France.

Watch Float Out

The fourth Oasis-class vessel was moved to a fitting out dock where the interior spaces will be worked on until the ships debut in April 2018. The ships exterior has been completed and only minor work now needs to be done. As the vessels developlment moves ahead into the next face many technical aspects will be dealt with and next year crew members will begin to arrive.

Symphony of the Seas will be 230,000 gross ton ship and will be able to carry 6,780 guets at maxumum capacity. After an ingural seaon in Enrope the new world’s largest cruise ship will be based out of the new Royal Caribbean cruise terminal in PortMiamia, Florida.

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