The world’s biggest ship launched overnight – Harmony of the Seas


The world’s biggest ship, Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas has been revealed to the world showing an amazing array of cabins, activities and features onboard.

She has the capacity cater for just over 6,300 guests over 16 decks and is the widest ship to ever be built. At 362 metres in length, she is longer than the Eiffel Tower. Harmony of the Seas cost $1 billion to construct.

Onboard, cruisers will find activities like The Ultimate Abyss which is a 10-storey slide ranging from the top deck of the ship down to bottom deck, making it the longest water slide at sea.

There is also two giant rock climbing walls, a surf simulator, floating Jacuzzis as well as two Bionic Bar men to make you a cocktail to your liking.

For the shopaholics, there is also Central Park which is a shopping promenade carrying luxury brands like Tiffany & Co, Cartier, Tag Heuer and more.

Harmony of the Seas will be sailing around Europe before heading over to the Caribbean where she will be homeported.