With less than a year to her maiden voyage, the Harmony of the Seas’ construction is kicking up a notch with much of the structure and outer shell now complete. Set to be the largest ship in operation when it launches (measuring slightly longer and wider than her Oasis Class sister ships), Harmony of the Seas has certainly presented a large construction task for the shipyards.
Royal Caribbean have released new images showing just how close the Harmony of the Seas is to completion– whetting the appetite of European cruise fans who will be able to enjoy cruises aboard the ship during her debut season sailing out of Barcelona. UK cruise fans will be amongst the first to witness the ship in the flesh as she ventures out on her inaugural trade event sailing in May 2016.
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