Regal Caribbean’s most current vessel – Symphony of the Seas – will be the world’s biggest voyage transport when it is conveyed in April 2018, the journey line affirmed today.
At 1,188 feet long and 215 feet wide, the new 16-deck ship will weigh 230,000 GT (net tonnage), about 3,000 more than the ebb and flow record holder, another Royal Caribbean deliver, Harmony of the Seas.
Conveying 5,494 visitors at twofold inhabitance (outperforming the limit of 5,479 on Harmony of the Seas) and furnished with 2,775 visitor rooms (28 more than its antecedent), the new ship will offer a significant number of similar highlights, including a 10-story Ultimate Abyss waterslide – which has a 100ft drop, making it the tallest adrift; a Bionic Bar, where drinks are served by a robot arm; and seven themed “neighborhoods” on board.
The new vessel will likewise offer highlights remarkable to the ship which are yet to be uncovered, a representative for Royal Caribbean revealed to Telegraph Travel.
The new ship will spend its inaugural summer season – from April to October 2018 – in Europe, calling at Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Provence, Florence, Pisa, Rome and Naples, before touching base at another 170,000 sq-ft “best in class” journey terminal in Port Miami (Terminal A) which is set to be America’s “most creative voyage office”.
Nicknamed the “Crown of Miami” for its striking crown-formed plan when seen from the water, the new terminal is required to be finished by late 2018 in time for the entry of Symphony of the Seas.
From that point the ship will set sail on November 17 for its first Caribbean schedule. These will proceed through to April 2019. Appointments for the two its Caribbean and Mediterranean agendas are currently on special.
The dispatch of Symphony of the Seas will present to Royal Caribbean’s aggregate armada to 26.
The most recent declaration takes after a year ago’s disclosing of the all-suite Seven Seas Explorer, which was named the “world’s most rich journey deliver”, offering probably the most extensive and sumptuous lodges and extreme touches including Murano glass ceiling fixtures and ceramics by Versace.