The Symphony of the Seas, one of Royal Caribbean International's brand-new Oasis-class cruise ships, has the distinguishing feature of being the largest ocean-going passenger ship ever built. With onboard facilities including a full-sized basketball court, an ice-skating rink, and a children's water park, the Symphony is perfect for families seeking an action-packed time as they cruise the oceans.
The Symphony is currently running a 5-night Mediterranean tour from Barcelona, taking in stops at beautiful Naples and Rome along the way. Later in 2018 the ship will begin sailing Caribbean routes, with stops including Cozumel in Mexico, where passengers can see Mayan ruins, and the Bahamas.
The Symphony of the Seas has a capacity of 6,680 passengers, who are served by a dedicated crew of 2,200. There are 2,756 cabins aboard the vessel, ranging from the Studio Single Cabins, up to the incredible Crown Loft & Royal Loft Suites – which are as spacious as they are luxurious. There are the Solarium Pools at the fore of the ship, and Mini Golf, Zip Line and Sports Court facilities for those who feel energetic.
Onboard eating and drinking facilities include more than 13 bars and restaurants – such as the Playmakers Sports Bar, Jamie's Italian, Sorrento's, and Chops Grille. Entertainment options include Broadway musicals, the Casino Royale, Laser Tag, Discos, and Karaoke. With such an incredible range of entertainment on offer, the Symphony of the Seas is the perfect vessel for a non-stop party on the oceans.