It’s official, Royal Caribbean’s newest ship, the Symphony of the Seas will hold the distinction as the largest cruise ship in the world. This massive ship clocks in at 1,188 feet long, features 18 decks (about the height of the Leaning Tower of Pisa), weighs in at 230,000 tons, and has 2,775 staterooms.
Symphony of the Seas will offer guests seven distinct neighborhoods, like the tree-lined Central Park and the luxury shop-filled Royal Promenade, creating unique areas for travelers to enjoy and explore. For adrenaline-packed adventure, Symphony also will have the 10-story slide Ultimate Abyss, the tallest slide at sea, along with The Perfect Storm waterpark and its trio of twisting, turning slides with ocean views.
That crazy Bionic Bar from Harmony of the Seas, where automated robot arms pull from a library of liquors to mix and serve your drink? It’s here as well. So are the ice-skating shows and outdoor aqua theater, though no word yet on whether they too will feature former Olympians.
Symphony will debut new food and beverage concepts adding to an already diverse lineup of more than 20 specialty and complimentary restaurants across the ship’s seven neighborhoods, including a new seafood restaurant called Hooked, a fast-casual Mexican concept called El Loco Fresh, and the Playmakers Sports Bar and Arcade, where you can watch sports from around the world on 30 big-screen TVs.
On the entertainment side, there’s plenty to keep guest occupied, including an epic glow-in-the-dark laser tag experience like no other, an Escape The Room themed experience called Puzzle Break, and big production shows like Hairspray and Flight, along with fan favorites like the FlowRider, rock walls, and ice skating. I think it’s safe to say that you’re never going to get bored while on Symphony.
“We’re excited to introduce Symphony of the Seas, our boldest composition yet, offering the best of Royal Caribbean with some new surprises for our guests to create a vacation that adventurers of all ages can enjoy together,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “We set out to create a new level of vacation adventure and deliver the ultimate escape for families of all shapes and sizes. Symphony will introduce the most cutting-edge, customizable, and digitally-enhanced experiences in the Royal Caribbean fleet.”
Symphony of the Seas will set sail in April 2018 to kick off a summer season in the Mediterranean, calling on ports in Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca, Spain; Provence, France; Florence/Pisa, Rome and Naples, Italy. Beginning November 24, 2018, the adventure-packed ship will make Miami, FL her year-round home, sailing 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean voyages from PortMiami.
If you’re ready to experience the ultimate cruise ship, you can book your cruise here.
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