Symphony of the Seas of the Royal Caribbean is all set to overawe cruisers, so from robot bartenders to surf simulators, the ship promises to be an ultimate experience.
The ship is equivalent to 17,000 African Bush elephants, with a weight of 228,081 gross registered tons, a length of 362-metres, and a capacity to hold 8800 passengers and crew. The cruisers can choose from around 2,759 rooms, and if someone were to choose the Ultimate Family Suite, a two-story, it would cost over $60,000.
Every nook and corner of the ship is filled with thrills, so cruisers can enjoy the tallest slide at sea, the Ultimate Abyss. The members on-board can access 24 pools, surf simulators, whirlpools, and waterslides. Relaxing in hot tubs can be fun, and it is no surprise that the ship is equipped with them. Also, get ready for some super-pampering time at the Vitality at Sea Spa.
After some well-needed relaxation, cruisers can head to the Splashaway Bay, which is a hybrid water park. And, for those carving for food, there are around 22 restaurants, and cruisers can choose to treat themselves with scrumptious meals from any of them. Try the innovative cuisine at the Wonderland, where one can enjoy the elaborate dreamscape, a replica of Alice in Wonderland-inspired elements of magical elixirs, amorphous mirrors, sensory surprises and more.
The ship also has signature Rock Climbing Walls of 43-feet. And, a spine-tingling zip line that hangs from the ninth deck. One can try ice-skating on the rinks or enjoy a movie at the theaters. If you have a sweet craving, then, head to the ship’s candy store, and indulge your sweet tooth.
The Symphony of the Seas would reportedly be spending the northern hemisphere summer in the Mediterranean and visit Spain, France, Naples, and Italy amongst other ports.