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Overview

Welcoming up to 6,687 passengers and 2,193 crew members, Harmony of the Seas is one of the largest cruise ships in the world. Launched in 2016, the ship features Royal Caribbean staples like surf simulators and rock climbing walls, as well as innovative amenities like the Ultimate Abyss (a 10-story slide) and three multistory waterslides. Plus, while younger passengers play in the arcade or at age-appropriate clubs, adults can relax at the spa or sip cocktails at multiple bars and lounges.

After working up an appetite, guests can choose from 17 dining options. Past cruisers especially praised the multitude of specialty restaurants, which range from Mexican to Japanese fare and require reservations and an additional fee.

When it comes to lodging, Harmony of the Seas offers a wide variety of cabin categories, with more than 70 percent of cabins featuring balconies. While Interior staterooms are the most economical choice, those looking for a little more space and luxury should consider upgrading to a Suite, which range from Junior Suites to four-bedroom Family Suites. While all cabins offer flat-screen TVs and minibars, suites include access to a private restaurant, lounge and sun deck.

In 2018-19, Harmony of the Seas sails from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to destinations in the Bahamas and throughout the Caribbean

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Welcoming up to 6,687 passengers and 2,193 crew members, Harmony of the Seas is one of the largest cruise ships in the world. Launched in 2016, the ship features Royal Caribbean staples like surf simulators and rock climbing walls, as well as innovative amenities like the Ultimate Abyss (a 10-story slide) and three multistory waterslides. Plus, while younger passengers play in the arcade or at age-appropriate clubs, adults can relax at the spa or sip cocktails at multiple bars and lounges.

After working up an appetite, guests can choose from 17 dining options. Past cruisers especially praised the multitude of specialty restaurants, which range from Mexican to Japanese fare and require reservations and an additional fee.

When it comes to lodging, Harmony of the Seas offers a wide variety of cabin categories, with more than 70 percent of cabins featuring balconies. While Interior staterooms are the most economical choice, those looking for a little more space and luxury should consider upgrading to a Suite, which range from Junior Suites to four-bedroom Family Suites. While all cabins offer flat-screen TVs and minibars, suites include access to a private restaurant, lounge and sun deck.

In 2018-19, Harmony of the Seas sails from Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to destinations in the Bahamas and throughout the Caribbean

Ship Size
XL
Price
$$$$
Year Built
2016

Pros & Cons

  • Ship offers 17 dining venues

  • Recent guests noted public spaces can be overwhelmingly crowded

4.20Scorecard
  • 4.0Expert Rating »
  • 4.4Traveler Rating »
  • 4.0Health Rating »

Rankings

Harmony of the Seas ranks #2 out of 24 Royal Caribbean International Cruise Ships based on an analysis of expert and user ratings, as well as health ratings.

Cabins

Harmony of the Seas offers a wide range of accomodation options. Browse cabins to find the stateroom that suits your needs.

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Deck Plans

Harmony of the Seas contains 15 decks. Find out which features are available on each Harmony of the Seas deck.

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Traveler Reviews

A ship’s traveler rating is provided under license by Cruiseline.com , which manages one of the largest databases of cruise reviews and ratings by travelers. A total of 1410 guests have reviewed Harmony of the Seas, giving it a rating of 4.4 on a scale of 1-5.

Cruiseline Travel Rating:

4.4 out of 5(1410 reviews)

Reviews by Traveler Type

Couples30.6%
Families w/older children15%
Groups12.9%
Families w/young children9.9%
Singles/Friends6.3%
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Ship Photos

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