Harmony Of The Seas Cruise Ship: Expert Reviews & Passport Information

Harmony of the Seas Overview

Length Overall1188 Feet (362 meters)
Under Flag ofBahamas
Built BySaint-Nazaire
Width (Beam)151 feet(46 meters)
Tonnage227000 Gross Ton
Year Built2016
The cost to Build at Time$1,350,000,000
Owner and/or Operated byRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd
Speed in Knots/mph23 knots, 26 mph
Number of Passengers5479 – 6780
Number of Crew2394
Decks with Cabins12

What do you get when you combine the largest ship in the world with some of the most fun activities available on any cruise? You get the Harmony of the Seas ship. If you have never taken a luxury cruise on this liner, you are in for a real treat when you see what it has to offer.

Departure and Destination Information

Royal Carribean Harmony of the Seas:

The huge 6,780 passengers Royal Caribbean Harmony of the Seas owned by Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. And is an Oasis-class vessel. It is one of two of the World’s largest cruise ships (at the time of this writing).

The 2016 Royal Caribbean Harmony of the Seas cruises from Fort Lauder dale FL. Featuring 7-night Caribbean cruises. The Harmony itinerary program features an Inaugural cruise season. The season starts in Europe with Mediterranean itineraries and round-trip departures from Rome and Barcelona.

The ship sails under the flag of Bahamas.

Harmony of the Seas Amenities

The sheer size of Harmony of the Seas means that you will have as many amenities as you can handle on board your family cruise. Many of its sister ships have one rock climbing wall and two pools, but Harmony of the Seas improves on that with two climbing walls and three pools available. Ensuring maximum availability for every interested guest. Two surf simulators mean that older guests can check out the thrill of catching a wave in style. This would allow their friends and family to cheer them on with a cold beverage in hand.

If you are looking for a truly unique thrill on this ship, look no further than the Ultimate Abyss. Many ships feature water slides, but the Ultimate Abyss flips that on its head by offering a standard dry slide that plunges riders down an enclosed slide and onto the main deck. Or, you can see if you can escape from the Rubicon by trying to solve Harmony of the Seas’ escape room. All this is included in your cruise prices.

Dining on Harmony of the Seas

When it is time to round up your group for dinner, three dining rooms ensure that you will be able to enjoy a great meal in a perfect setting. You will enjoy some outstanding culinary creations during this luxury cruise. Including the tomato, watermelon and feta salad, broiled Atlantic salmon, and a creamy lobster bisque. If you are looking for something really fancy, try a four-course meal at 150 Central Park for an upcharge. Whatever you choose, your taste buds are in for a fun evening.

Staterooms provide some fantastic views of either the ocean or parts of the ship and provide everything you will need to rest up and enjoy your family cruise. No matter what your pleasure is, you are going to find it here. If you are ready to see why bigger is better on the ocean, book a cruise on Harmony of the Seas today!