Royal Caribbean International owns and operates the Symphony of the Seas, which belongs to the Oasis class. The fourth of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis class of cruise ships, she was launched in 2018 at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. She surpasses her sister ship Harmony of the Seas, which is also owned by Royal Caribbean International, as the world’s largest cruise ship by gross tonnage at 228,081 GT.
Symphony of the Seas has a length of 361.011 metres and a gross tonnage of 228,081 tonnes, spread out over 18 decks. She has a maximum capacity of 6,680 passengers and a crew of 2,200 people. She can accommodate 5,518 passengers at double occupancy and a maximum capacity of 6,680 passengers. There are 16 decks, 22 eateries, four pools, and 2,759 cabins available to guests.

Symphony The American Icon Grill (Deck 3), The Grand (Deck 4) and The Chic (Deck 5) are the three independent restaurants that make up OTS’s three-tiered dining area (Deck 5). Quantum restaurants like Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine and Coastal Kitchen are also included in Symphony. The dancing robot bartenders at Ship’s Bionic Bar are well-known. On the Royal Promenade, it is situated. A la carte hibachi, teppanyaki, and sushi are available at the Izumi Restaurant. There are 25 different onboard meal options to select from (14 of which are gratis, including room service).

The new Symphony of the Seas ship is a unique combination of deck layouts from the Oasis and Quantum classes, as well as Quantum-class advancements. The first-ever Royal Caribbean waterslides, designed by ADE (Aquatic Design and Engineering); a climbing play area for kids; Suite Sun Zone; Starbucks coffee bar and retro video game arcade in the Boardwalk neighbourhood; and 15 Studio staterooms for single travellers are among the brand-new attractions. RFID wristbands, sometimes known as “WOWbands,” are one of the new technologies on the Royal Caribbean Symphony OTS. They are an optional choice to replace RCI’s SeaPass cards, allowing passengers to make transactions onboard and gain access to their cabins.

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