The world’s largest cruise ship is starting to take shape.
The 230,000 ton Symphony of the Seas is to debut in April of 2018.
The amusement zone will be home to a classic carousel, diner, rock climbing walls, the base of a nine-deck-high slide and more.
Another highlight of the Boardwalk area, an “aqua theater” that will boast daring high-diving and aerial performances.
Symphony will be more than 3,000 tons bigger than the current size leader in the cruise world, Royal Caribbean’s 226,963-ton Harmony of the Seas. Like Harmony, Symphony will be part of Royal Caribbean’s record-breaking Oasis Class of vessels, though it won’t be an exact copy of its sisters. Royal Caribbean has said Symphony will boast several new features and additional cabins.
Symphony is scheduled to sail to the Caribbean out of Miami starting in November 2018. It’ll move to the city after spending its first few months operating voyages in the Mediterranean.
Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class vessels have made waves in the cruise industry since they began debuting in 2009. All three of the Oasis Class ships currently at sea are in excess of 225,000 tons — more than 30% larger than the next largest cruise ships.
With the arrival of Symphony, Royal Caribbean will have 25 vessels.
Interline rates are already open on the Symphony of the Seas starting with the April 21, 2018 sailing. Rates on that sailing start at $1,119 for a balcony for the 7 Night Med sailing roundtrip from Barcelona.
For more information on that sailing or any sailing of the Symphony of the Seas or any other Royal Caribbean cruise, contact InterlineTravel.com at 800 766-2911 and book without paying any additional booking fees other interline agencies add to the price. You can also book your Royal Caribbean cruise at the interline rate online at www.interlinetravel.com.