Published on : Friday, March 10, 2017
Set to be delivered in 2018, Symphony of the Seas will span 1,188ft in length, stretching 215ft wide. Covering a total of 16 decks, the giant ship will weigh 230,000 gross tones.
The ship is set to have a whole new variety of features that have not yet been premiered aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise. Although it’s yet unclear what these new features are, the cruise line has confirmed that a multi-deck water slide area and a Bionic Bar (where the drinks are made by robots) will have a place on Symphony of the Seas. The ship is slated to sail for the Caribbean and Europe once put into operation.
From April next year, the enormous ship will travel around Europe, stopping at Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca in Spain, Provence in France and Florence, Pisa, Rome and Naples in Italy.
Symphony will sail to the new Port Miami Terminal A by October. The pioneering port has already been heralded the United State’s “most innovative cruise facility”.
Port Miami has been dubbed the ‘Crown of Miami’ based on its view from the water as a towering crown-shaped terminal.