Arriving in Europe in May this year, this ship has 7 distinct neighborhoods, 20 dining options, and a crew of 2,394. Not to mention, there are tons of ways to stay entertained while on the ship, and I’m not just talking a salt-water pool and shuffleboard.
Here are some of the Harmony’s on-board activities:
- Trio of water slides
- Surfing simulator
- Two rock climbing walls
- Children’s aqua park
- Ice-skating rink
- The Grease Broadway Musical
- Columbus, The Musical!
- Escape rooms
- Bionic Bar (yes, the bartenders are robots)
The ship can contain a total of 5,479 passengers. It’s first outing will be leaving from Southampton, England and will also visit the port of Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Cruise ship traveling has truly become a luxurious means to vacation. It’s almost as if the places you visit are ancillary to the experience you have on the ship. I look forward to the reviews of the Harmony’s maiden voyage.
You can read more and look at pictures of the ship on the Royal Caribbean website.