Harmony of the Seas, Symphony of the Seas, Wonder of the Seas and A35
The contract for the Harmony class was signed in December 2012 between Chantiers de l’Atlantique and Royal Caribbean International (RCI, an RCCL subsidiary) and includes four ships of exceptional dimensions. The first unit, Harmony of the Seas was delivered to the shipowner in May 2016, followed by Symphony of the Seas in March 2018. Wonder of the Seas will be delivered in 2022.
362 meters long (1,187 feet) and 66 meters wide (216 feet), the ships of this class are the largest ones ever built. Their architecture makes them revolutionary ships. Indeed, they include a superstructure, opened towards an interior promenade with a zip line, a traditional merry-go-round and a real wooded park with restaurants, bars and stores. The Harmony class also offers exclusive equipment such as surf simulators, a skating rink or an aquatic area for children.Read the Sheet
362 m (1,187 ft)
66 m (216 ft)
Number of cabins for passengers