Harmony of the Seas (Royal Caribbean International)


Harmony of the Seas is Royal Caribbean’s latest flagship. She follows on from her two older sister ships (Oasis of the SeasAllure of the Seas) and combines new features found on the Quantum-class ships, such as Jamie’s Italian Restaurant and virtual balconies. The main difference this ship has over her two sisters is a large enclosed water-slide at the rear of the ship called the “Ultimate Abyss”


Harmony of the Seas is just 1 foot longer than her older sister ships. Making her the world’s biggest cruise ship currently.

Ship info

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
Status: In service
Ship size: Large Resort Ship
Ship class: Oasis
Sister ships:
Passengers: 5,479
Staterooms: 2,747
Total crew: 2,300
Ship length: 363.1 m
Ship beam: 47.4 m
Ship draft: 9.3 m
Tonnage: 226,963
No. of decks: 16
Elevators: 24
Service speed: 22.0 knots
Onboard currency: US Dollar
Registry port: Nassau (Bahamas)
IMO number: 9682875
Call sign: C6BX8

Build details

Shipyard: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France
Build date: March 2014
Build cost: $1.35 billion USD
Entered service: June 2016


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