Royal Caribbean have unveiled that their third Oasis-class ship, Harmony of the Seas, will feature a comedy club, a 10-story slide, a Bionic Bar and two-deck Wonderland restaurant when it sets sail in 2016.
Like its Oasis-class fleet mates – Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas – she will feature seven distinct neighbourhoods, including Boardwalk, Central Park and Entertainment Place. This is where The Attic, a new comedy club for Royal Caribbean, will be placed and it will feature some of the best comedians on the open seas.
Other new additions to Harmony of the Seas will be a Bionic Bar, which has proved to be a very popular attraction on the new Quantum-class ships. This is the bar that serves up mixed drinks via two robotic arms. As well as this there will be a two-deck high Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine Restaurant which is another Quantam-class success story. Royal Caribbean has decided to increase its size and capacity for the next generation so that even more guests aboard the Harmony of the Seas will be able to enjoy the multi-sensory cuisine in a two storey restaurant with similarly unusual and unique design.Passengers on Harmony of the Seas also will be able to enter their rooms and pay for items using WOW bands, also first introduced on Quantam of the Seas.
Harmony of the Seas will be Royal Caribbean’s first ship with multiple water slides including Perfect Storm, which allows riders to twist and turn down five decks and will also introduce the Ultimate Abyss, a dry slide that drops riders 10 stories.
For those passengers who like the ultimate luxury, Harmony of the Seas will offer Royal Suite Class, where they will receive 24/7 personal assistance from a butler, on board gratuities included, all-inclusive beverages, exclusive access to the Coastal Kitchen Restaurant, free access to the ship’s thermal suite and free high-speed internet.
Harmony of the Seas launches in May 2016 and will be doing 7 night Western Mediterranean cruises out of Barcelona until October 2016. She will then reposition to Fort Lauderdale, Florida where she will operate all year round for 7 night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises.
I don’t know about you but I for one am very excited about this ship, particularly as she will be spending her first 6 months in the Mediterranean. What do you think? Have you booked yet?
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