The Harmony of the Seas is the third ship released in the Oasis class of ships. Like her sister ships, the Harmony of the Seas boasts amazing opportunities for fun, delighting children and adults alike. For thrill seekers, there’s never a dull moment unless you want one. One of the newest features is the Ultimate Abyss, a dry slide dropping ten stories from the top deck where the zip-line is, down to the boardwalk. Whoosh!

Again, the Oasis class ship do not disappoint and Royal Caribbean has built another ship that by itself could be the vacation even without the ports of call that we all love to visit. Remember to pre-book your shows, your spa treatments, and your pay restaurants to get the times and dates you prefer.

Once you board the Harmony of the Seas

Once you board, we always suggest getting a bite to eat. The Windjammer is a buffet offering an excellent variety of option, but is also packed at boarding time. You might consider alternatives that are less crowded. Once you have had some refreshments and lunch, exploring the ship is a great way to pass the time until your cabin becomes available. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the ship, and it’s just plain fun to do! If you have not booked any of the pay restaurants or the spa, this is also the best time to do that. In fact, upon boarding we suggest reservations be made first.

    About the Harmony of the Seas

  • Guest Capacity: 5,494
  • Maiden Voyage: May 2016
  • Gross Tons: 226,963
  • Length: 1,188 ft. Beam: 215.5 ft.
  • Average Speed: 22 Knots
  • Number of Staterooms: 2,747
  • Inside Cabins: 448
  • Outside Cabins: 2,299
  • Plus amazing suites!
  • Number of Crew: 2,193

    Oasis Class Highlights – Features May Vary

  • Neighborhoods
  • AquaTheater
  • 3D Movies
  • Broadway Musicals
  • The Perfect Storm
  • Ultimate Abyss
  • Zip Line
  • Boardwalk®
  • Central Park®
  • 2 FlowRider® Surf Simulators
  • Carousel
  • Ice-Skating Rink
  • Outdoor Movie Screen
  • Laser Tag
  • Pools and Hot Tubs