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Video: Largest Cruise Ship Ever Built

STX France, the shipyard that is building Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas, has released a video of the ship showing inside and outside of the largest cruise ship ever built.

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The video begins with the the float out of the vessel and ends with new video of the interior of the ship.  The pool deck, Central Park, Solarium, Aqua Theater, Studio B (ice skating rink), and other entertainment venues are shown, although most are still under construction.  You can watch the short four minute video below.

Harmony of the Seas will begin the first set of sea trials today when the ship’s propulsion and maneuverability will be tested. The ship will then return to the shipyard so the interior of the vessel can be completed.

Harmony of the Seas is the 3rd Oasis class ship from Royal Caribbean. (View Royal Caribbean Cruises)  The Oasis class ship are the largest cruise ships in the world at more than 225,000 gross tons.  Each ship can carry more than 8,000 passengers and crew members. Harmony of the Seas is set to debut in two months and will sail a season in Europe before heading to her homeport in Port Everglades.  Once in Ft. Lauderdale, the ship will sail week long cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbeam.

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