The Royal Caribbean cruise ship 'Harmony of the Seas' is set to start sailing in 2017 and will offer guests an experience unlike anything seen before.
The 'Harmony of the Seas' cruise ship is split up into seven distinct neighborhoods that enable guests to enjoy just about anything they feel like doing at any time. Those who don't want to take a ride on the Flowrider surf simulator or zipline can take a walk in the central park, watch a movie at the 3D cinema or take a ride on one of the carnival attractions.
Capable of holding up to 6,360 guests and 2,100 crew members, the Royal Caribbean cruise ship 'Harmony of the Seas' is destined to be a floating city when it takes to the seas next year.
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