Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas – Coming April 2016
The newest ship to Royal Caribbean’s Oasis class has been announced and set to launch in April 2016. Her name is Harmony of the Seas and she’s sure to excite with her innovative and exciting features. “We are orchestrating a medley of new exciting concepts with the best Royal Caribbean innovations to strike the perfect chord for adventurous vacationers. That is why we are calling our third Oasis-class ship Harmony of the Seas,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. Brand new to Royal Caribbean are three huge water slides, all of which twist and turn over top of Central Park, located 10 decks below.
“The Oasis class ships continue to astound and delight both new and experienced cruisers. They shatter preconceived notions of what cruising can be and continue to stand in a category by themselves,” said Richard D. Fain, Chairman and CEO, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. “With Harmony of the Seas, we are making the most exciting experience at sea even better.”
Harmony of the Seas also will feature the new and exciting Bionic Bar that can be found on the Royal Promenade. Additionally, guests aboard Harmony of the Seas will enjoy RFID technology with Royal WOWBands that provide them access to their staterooms, as well as the ability to make onboard purchases and reservations. Like her sisters, Harmony also will feature a fastest Internet connection at sea.
The Harmony of the Seas will make some stateroom categories even larger. Interior accommodations will be outfitted with Royal Caribbean’s exclusive Virtual Balconies which offer an ocean view in every stateroom, while single travelers will have studio stateroom choices. Suite guests will have exclusive new areas to enjoy, from a well-appointed suite lounge and a private suites-only restaurant called Coastal Kitchen, to an exclusive full-service Suite Sun Zone sun deck.
Royal Caribbean‘s Dynamic Dining will be featured as well, with new specialty restaurant concepts providing even more variety for guests. New venues include Izumi Hibachi & Sushi, the Sabor Modern Mexican restaurant and Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine.
What do you think of the newest Royal Caribbean ship, Harmony of the Seas?