THE WORLD'S LARGEST CRUISE SHIP
Published April 3, 2018
THE WORLD'S LARGEST CRUISE SHIP HAS ARRIVED!
Royal Caribbean’s “Symphony of the Seas” is the World’s Largest Cruise Ship, and is set to sail the Mediterranean on March 31st. The ships maiden voyage will start in Barcelona, Spain or a 5-night sailing porting in Naples and Rome. The Symphony will then begin 7-night cruises starting April 7th visiting Spain, France, and Italy. The Symphony will then travel to the Caribbean or their 7-night itineraries. And finally in 2019, once the new Coco Cay has been completely renovated, the Symphony will stop there as well.
The ship is equipped with 2,759 staterooms accommodating 6,500 passengers. The Symphony features a bionic bar, robots serving drinks, waterpark with the Abyss 10-deck water slide, 3D cinema rooms with popcorn machines and video games, Flowrider simulator, a zip line and many more. The new and approved Boardwalk will feature Sugar Beach, a new sweet shop, new sports bars and Central Park with lots of shops and cafes.
For the family suites, they are next level. The Ultimate Family Suite features an air hockey table that turns into a dining room table, a floor to ceiling LEGO wall, a slide to connect the tow level stateroom, a whirlpool hot tub outside for the parents, a master bedroom and another room with bunk beds. The suite sleeps 8 and it is quite luxurious. And the price is quite outrageous coming in at a whopping $50,000 for 7 nights, and it still manages to sell out for every sailing.
As for dining, the ship is loaded with restaurant options, more than 20 with a plethora of food choices. Some featured are Jamie’s Italian, based on the Chef Jamie Oliver’s dishes and the Sports Zone, which is open-aired and seats 100 guests.
The Symphony of the Seas has so much to do… you might never want to leave!