Latest Royal Caribbean Ship Floats Out
Tuesday 13th June 2017, 12:00am
The latest Royal Caribbean International ship, Symphony of the Seas, which is part of the Oasis class of ships is now one step closer to completion after she was floated out of dry dock on June 9th 2017.
Symphony is being constructed at the STX shipyard in France, and with her exterior now complete she was floated out of her dry dock, to begin the next phase of interior construction.
The innovative Symphony of the Seas is set to be full of exciting onboard activities including the 10 storey ‘Ultimate Abyss’ slide, FlowRider and Splashaway Bay as well as entertainment and various dining choices. Not only that however, as Symphony of the Seas is set to have some revolutionary firsts at sea, which Royal Caribbean guarantee to make your cruise holiday truly extraordinary.
You’ll be able to sail to some of the world’s most spectacular destinations onboard Symphony of the Seas, she’ll be sailing from Barcelona around the Mediterranean in Summer 2018, before heading over to Miami where she will sail the Caribbean all year round with her three amazing sister ships, Oasis, Allure and Harmony of the Seas.
Check out Symphony of the Seas’ float out below. (Video courtesy of Royal Caribbean International)