Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas is Floated Out of Dry Dock for Final Construction Phase


When it debuts in April 2018, the Symphony of the Seas will be the world’s largest cruise ship. The massive cruise vessel will feature 28 more balcony staterooms than her sister vessel, Harmony of the Seas. The cruise liner will also showcase many of the innovative features and experiences that have made Harmony of the Seas world-renowned among international cruise ships.

For example, some of the amenities that will be offered on the Symphony include sophisticated and diverse dining establishments, a bionic bar featuring bartender robots, and Broadway-type entertainment. In addition, cruise-goers can enjoy such unique attractions as the Ultimate Abyss (the tallest slide at sea), the three waterslides representing the Perfect Storm, and the one-of-a-kind Aqua Theater with its memorable waterfront entry.

Symphony of the Seas out of the dry dock

Photo credit: Royal Caribbean

During her first season, the Symphony of the Seas will journey to locales in the Mediterranean, calling on ports in Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona, Spain; Rome and Naples, Italy; and Provence, France. Following these initial journeys, the ship will begin seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings. The ship will begin its Caribbean itinerary after it sets anchor in Miami during early November.

Currently, the exterior has been completed on the ship. The second phase of construction will concentrate on beautifying and finishing up the interior décor of the Symphony. Reservations are now being taken for the summer and autumn trips through Royal Caribbean.
Source: Royal Caribbean Press Center

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