It will make the season 2016 in lieu of Allure, his twin brother
Barcelona will have the “biggest yet.” By little, but the Harmony of the Seas, the new Oasis-class ship that Royal Caribbean is building in the shipyard STX France in Saint-Nazaire, France, will homeport Barcelona as the season of 2016, replacing the Allure of the Seas, his twin debuts this year from May 1 to Mediterranean itineraries. The new boat is substantially greater than its two predecessors and as perform its launch in late April next year, will set the direction of Barcelona.
The statistics given by this ship are significantly higher than those of its sister Allure: 227,000 gross tons compared to 225,282 Allure, 5,479 passengers and 2,747 double occupancy staterooms compared with 5,400 passengers and 2,706 cabins twin. Numbers that make the Harmony of the Seas in the new world’s largest ship. This new jewel of technology input will not go to Miami as did their predecessors, but will begin his career as a cruise in the Mediterranean, whose scales are to be determined. Unlike the others, Harmony passengers can enjoy a novel water slides of different paths that twist and weave over the area of Central Park, one of the seven thematic neighborhoods are there in the boat, one of them will have a like a glass of champagne that will turn swirling passengers at the end of the course platform.
The Harmony also includes virtual cabin balconies overlooking anything that relay real-time ocean or cities to be visited on your tour. It will also feature a new Bionic Bar at the Royal Promenade. The Bionic Bar was a novelty Quantum of the Seas, and has robots waiters who serve handcrafted and unique cocktails while dancing to the music.
Courtesy Avantgarde Limousine Barcelona