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First Time Float Out For Harmony Of The Seas

First Time Float Out For Harmony Of The Seas

Harmony of the Seas was  floated out for the first time last Friday.  She took to the water in St Nazaire, France.

Harmony is set to be a mammoth of the seas, with a passenger capacity of 6,360 and weighing in at 227,000 tons! She’ll be bigger than both Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas, which weigh 225,000 tons.


It’s taken two years to get to this moment, as the ship originally started construction in 2013 and it’s taken over 2,500 people to build it!


We reported some of the details of the new Royal Caribbean ship a few months ago, which you can read here.


Are you excited for the arrival of Harmony of the Seas?

Let us know in the comments below!

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