Harmony of the Seas Review
We were invited to be onboard the Harmony for the Naming Ceremony in Ft Lauderdale and to experience all she has to offer.
WOW! Royal Caribbean has introduced another incredible new ship. Harmony of the Sea is another Oasis Class ship with some of the unique features of the Quantum class.
While on board it is easy to forget you are on a ship, with distinct neighbourhoods, a variety of entertainment options and amazing activities.
Harmony has three water slides (dubbed The Perfect Storm), two rock climbing walls, two surf simulators, ice skating rink, zipline and The Ultimate Abyss, a 10-story dry slide that plummets passengers down a heart-pounding ride through twists and turns with loud noises and flashing lights.
For the younger children there is Adventure Zone, Splash Away Bay (complete with adult and kids size loungers and Muskoka chairs and in the Boardwalk neighbourhood a Carousel and a mini rock climbing wall.
Those who prefer more leisurely pursuits won’t be disappointed, either. The ship has three big pools and lounging areas, an adults-only Solarium space, a relaxing spa and live music at every turn.
There are many complimentary dining options on board including three main dining rooms, and everything from Pizza to hot dogs to suite your appetite. The specialty restaurants include Royal Caribbean favourites Chops Grill,150 Central Park and Sabor plus Quantum class favourites, Jamie’s Italian, Izumi, and Wonderland.
Harmony of the Sea has taken entertainment to the next level with more captivating immersive entertainment experiences than ever before. Families can enjoy live theatre performances in the Royal Theatre, ice shows in Studio B and water shows with acrobatic performances in the AquaTheatre
Harmony of the Seas cabins can accommodate anywhere from one passenger (in its studio cabins) to 14 (in its wonderful Family Presidential Suite). Some cabins have connecting doors to accommodate families or groups traveling together, others additional beds — sofa beds or pull-down beds that drop from the ceilings — as well as a number of wheelchair-accessible cabins across a variety of categories.
Harmony of the Seas is a great destination for multi generational families.
All images courtesy of the author excepting those of the exterior of the ship which are courtesy of RCI.