World’s largest triplet cruise ships sail together at sea
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This weekend saw Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas and Harmony of the Seas greet each other at sea for the first and possibly only time.
In a meeting of unprecedented proportions, the three record-breaking sisters came together to celebrate the U.S. arrival of Harmony of the Seas on the eve of the ship’s debut in her new home – Port Everglades.
The Oasis-class ships are architectural and engineering marvels, boasting pure industry-changing experiences throughout. Each ship features seven themed neighbourhoods and a number of spectacular features, adventures and thrills.
This includes the lush and tranquil Central Park with nearly 12,000 plants and trees, surf simulators, a thrilling 82 foot long zip line, luxurious multi-level loft suites with expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, the outdoor aqua theatre that hosts dazzling high-diving, aquatic and acrobatic performances, a Boardwalk with a hand-carved carousel, and The Rising Tide Bar – the first moving bar at sea.
The newest and youngest of the three ships, Harmony of the Seas, officially claimed the title of world’s largest cruise ship, beating her sisters by a mere foot in length. The ship features a bold lineup of new thrilling experiences, imaginative dining, unparalleled entertainment and the latest technology, including VOOM, the fastest internet at sea.
Harmony combines the iconic seven neighbourhood concept with some of the most modern and groundbreaking amenities that will appeal to guests of all ages. From a dramatic 10-story tall slide, to entertainment including Broadway’s hit musical Grease, sophisticated dining in venues ranging from Jamie’s Italian Cuisine, to Royal Caribbean’s whimsical restaurant Wonderland, which is a unique culinary adventure for the senses. There is an adventure for everyone onboard Harmony of the Seas.
Edited by Aaron Gallagher