Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas, the largest cruise ship ever built, set sail on her first official sailing from her summer homeport in Barcelona, Spain.
After a few preview sailings in Southampton, Harmony of the Seas repositioned to Barcelona, Spain and has set sail on an exclusive five night cruise to the Western Mediterranean with port stops in Rome and Naples, Italy. The sold out cruise represents passengers from 34 different countries.
The world’s largest cruise ship will spend the summer sailing week long cruises to the Western Mediterranean with port stops in Palma de Mallorca, Marseilles, Florence/Pisa, Rome, and Naples. After a season in the Mediterranean, Harmony of the Seas will cross the Atlantic and head to her permanent homeport in Port Everglades. Once in Port Everglades, the ship will sail week long cruises to the some of the most popular cruise ports in the Caribbean.
Early reviews are in and Harmony of the Seas is receiving stellar guest satisfaction scores and feedback. The ship is divided into seven distinct neighborhoods just like her sister ships, Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas.
Royal Caribbean went a step further with Harmony of the Seas and added many of the popular features found on the groundbreaking Quantum class ships. This includes robotic bartenders, virtual balconies on inside staterooms, and VOOM, the fastest internet at sea.
One of the most popular attractions to Harmony of the Seas is the Ultimate Abyss. This tallest slide at sea drops passengers 10 stories down to the Boardwalk neighborhood and early on, has received raved reviews.
Harmony of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world at nearly 227,000 gross tons. The cruise ship is 1,188 feet long and can carry 6,410 guests on 16 passenger decks.