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The World’s Largest Ship Meets Her Sisters For The First Time

The World’s Largest Ship Meets Her Sisters For The First Time

When you’re the biggest cruise ship in the world any arrival is bound to make waves, but especially so when you’ve got your sisters with you. Wow, we’re suddenly thinking We Are Family would’ve been a great song to have as the soundtrack to this event…

Harmony of the Seas arrived in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and was welcomed by her two dear sisters, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.

This is the first time these cruising giants have ever met one another, despite being family, and the arrival is a spectacle that no one can forget. See for yourself in the video below…

It’s an amazing kickstart to Harmony’s very first US-based sailing, and an unforgettable event.

Not only were the three sisters there in full force, but the traditional flotilla send-off was complete with sixteen jetboard and jetpack riders from the amazing Aquafly Hydroflight Sports Performance Team – wow, what a mouthful! If the concept of “Aquafly Hydroflight” doesn’t make too much sense, that’s fine, you can see their amazing stunts right here…

Needless to say, we’re massive fans of Harmony of the Seas – the world’s biggest cruise ship offers plenty for the whole family. Just see our article where Harmony is taken on through the eyes of a teen, and before you get aboard, take a look at our guide on five things to do aboard Harmony of the Seas, and five things to avoid.

What do you think of Royal Caribbean’s latest and greatest? Have you been aboard Harmony, or do you intend to? Let us know what you think of Harmony of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas – plus any other cruise topics important to you – in the comments below!

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