Harmony of the Seas!

Harmony of the Seas Worlds Largest Cruise Ship

The world’s largest cruise ship!

Harmony of the Seas

Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ship recently moved to the US to begin cruising out of the port of Ft. Lauderdale and we got a sneak peek!

Known for it’s size, the Harmony of the Seas also provides more adventure activities than any other cruise ship on the ocean! Ziplining, rock climbing, FlowRider surfing, multiple water slides, and much more await you on this spectacular ship.

Of course, you also have the amazing shows and performances that you come to expect from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.

Harmony of the Seas Performances

There’s also an ice skating rink, on board! I think this was my daughter’s favorite feature of the new ship. Well, maybe it was the zip line. It’s so hard to choose!

Harmony of the Seas Ice Skating Rink

We’ve been on several Royal Caribbean ships and the food never disappoints. The Harmony of the Seas is no exception. A phenomenal buffet named Windjammer, ice cream for the kids, Johnny Rockets, Starbucks, and Chops Grill, just to name a few of the 20 dining options on board.

Harmony of the Seas Dining

Harmony of the Seas Escape Room

The new ship also has an escape/puzzle room adventure, right on board! You work with fellow cruisers to Escape the Rubicon! You’re transported aboard a space ship and have to decipher the clues and work with others to unravel the mystery of the Rubicon. But, you only have 60 minutes of life support, so you better think fast! Watch the first part of this video to see more about Escape the Rubicon.

Harmony of the Seas Itineraries

The Harmony of the Seas takes guests on 7 night cruises that explore the Eastern and Western Caribbean.

Western Caribbean ports include Labadee in Haiti, Falmouth in Jamaica, and Cozumel in Mexico. Eastern Caribbean ports vary and include St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Puerto Rico, Haiti, and St. Kitts, depending on your specific cruise itinerary.

Since ours was just a preview cruise, we just went to Nassau, Bahamas and back to Ft. Lauderdale.

To learn more about the Harmony of the Seas, check out our video playlist from the trip. There’s so much more than we could even see in a 3 day cruise. There’s a robotic bartender, Central Park, swimming, sliding, and cruising!

 

 

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