Cruise NewsEntertainment Announced for World's Largest Cruise Ship

Entertainment Announced for World’s Largest Cruise Ship

Royal Caribbean’s newest and hottest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas, is taking entertainment to a new level with all new shows and original productions.
Nick Weir, Vice President of Entertainment for Royal Caribbean, said, “We are taking entertainment to the next level on Harmony of the Seas with more captivating, immersive entertainment experiences than ever before. The level of innovation that has gone into our latest lineup is truly mind blowing, and Harmony guests can expect the unexpected with our biggest, most awe-inspiring stage yet.”

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Theater – Royal Theater, the 1,380 seat main theater on Harmony of the Seas, will be a state of the art space that will use 21st century technology to help create a performance environment that will superseded traditional theaters at sea. The theater will headline two shows, Columbus, The Musical and Grease.

AquaTheater – The unique AquaTheater (only found on Oasis Class ships) on Harmony of the Seas will push news limits. New aerial capabilities will elevate the thrilling entertainment repertoire, creating an all-encompassing theatrical experience where the audience will witness heart-stopping balancing tricks on the highline and aerial maneuvers by acro-artists allowing them to dip into the audience and catapult back to the stage.  Two 10-meter high platforms and the hydraulic-floored pool, the largest and deepest freshwater pool at sea, below will serve as podiums for high-diving, hair-raising aerobatics that AquaTheater audiences have come to love.

  • The Fine Line – A show that will redefine high flying feats, physically demanding acrobatics, and mind blowing stunts.
  • Hideaway Heist – A family friendly aqua show that will combine humor, action packed jumps, and awe inspiring performance tricks.

Ice Shows – Studio B will showcase two different ice shows that will combine state of the art technology, stunning multimedia visuals, and extraordinary skills from world class skaters. 1887 will be an original Royal Caribbean production about love and adventure in Paris at the height of the career of Jules Verne.  The second show will be iSkate Showcase, a dazzling showcase where the talented skaters show off their best moves to their favorite songs.

Fan FavoritesHarmony of the Seas will also showcase fan favorites such as Puzzle Break: Escape the Rubicon, Red Party (hottest high energy party at sea), and Stowaway piano.

Royal Promenade – The Royal Caribbean tradition continues with signature theme nights and parades.

  • Let’s Celebrate – The ultimate celebration where Halloween, birthdays, St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Fourth of July, and New Year’s Eve are all celebrated at once.
  • Totally Awesome 90s – Transport back to the 90s with neon track suits and live pop-up performances for a night filled with the best music of the decade.

Harmony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship ever built at 227,000 gross tons. This 5,497 passenger cruise ship will debut in the spring of 2016 and sail a season in the Mediterranean. The ship will then head to her home port in Port Everglades and sail week long cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

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Cruise NewsEntertainment Announced for World's Largest Cruise Ship


  1. It appears that Royal Caribbean are putting all their efforts into their new ships. The older ships entertainment in some cases is really bad. Explorer June 2015 absolutely terrible. The resident cast put on three shows – these were all the same, same sort of songs, no nice costumes, nothing special at all – they were really boring. The other shows that were on – Darren Day – terrible – used to be able to sing but can’t now. The only thing that was quite good was the ice show, but once you have seen one then you have seen them all.
    So come on Royal Caribbean us who don’t like these nasty mega ships would also like to see some decent shows.

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