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Last week, Royal Caribbean International's three Oasis-class ships came together at sea for the first time in their history near Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
According to Royal Caribbean's official blog, the three massive ships-Oasis of the Seas, Allure of the Seas and the new Harmony of the Seas-met up to celebrate the United States arrival of Harmony of the Seas on the eve of the ship's debut in her new permanent homeport of Port Everglades.
The three record-breaking sister ships owned and operated by Royal Caribbean feature architectural and engineering marvels that separate them from any other vessel in the world. Add in the fact that each ship has seven themed neighborhoods, and a cruise on one of these vessels will be an unforgettable experience.
In terms of attractions and amenities, each ship will feature a Central Park with 12,000 plants and trees, a FlowRider surf simulator, an 82-foot-long zipline, multi-level loft suites, an outdoor AquaTheater, a boardwalk with a carousel, The Rising Tide moving bar and more.
Harmony of the Seas is the newest of the three vessels and the world's largest cruise ship. Onboard, passengers will find the fastest internet at sea, a 10-story tall slide dubbed The Ultimate Abyss, robot bartenders, performances of the Broadway musical "Grease" and elite restaurants such as Jamie's Italian Cuisine and Wonderland.
For more information on the Harmony of the Seas or the meeting of the three Oasis-class ships, check out the official website of Royal Caribbean.
Donald Wood is TravelPulse’s senior writer in the breaking news department, bringing nearly 15 years of experience to the desk....
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