This thing is a monster!
- 1,188-feet long
- 6,780 people
- 2,394 crew
- 18 decks
- 25 eateries
- 226,963 tons
- 2,747 staterooms
- 4 bow thrusters
- Cost $1.35 billion dollars to build
Harmony of the Seas features 7 “neighborhoods.” They don’t have a ghetto neighborhood but they do have the Boardwalk (located on Deck 6) and Central Park (middle of Deck 8).
The 10-story tall Ultimate Abyss Slide was designed by Professor Thrill. You have to climb to the top deck, Deck 16, take the plunge and hope for the best.
In addition to 25 eateries they have the Rising Tide Bar and also the Bionic Bar featuring a robotic bartender.
The Perfect Storm waterslide complex thrills youngsters and adults.
The Royal Promenade is a 2-deck high interior shopping mall.
There’s an 82-foot long zipline and oh yeah, Olympic divers and ice skaters perform nightly for your drunk asses as the Aqua Theater.
The Royal Loft Suite treatment is private and expensive and only Suite holders can access the special Coastal Kitchen.
But perhaps best of all, they offer excellent WiFi for $13.00/day from 03bMaritime Voom!
Royal Loft Suite