Harmony of the Seas ship stats

  • Price:

    $$$$
  • Size:

    XL
  • Total Passengers:

    5,478
  • Total Crew:

    2,394
  • Passenger to Crew Ratio:

    2.29
  • Built:

    May 2016
  • Number of Decks:

    15
  • Total Cabins:

    2,747
  • Cabin Categories:

    87
  • Gross Tonnage:

    227,700
  • Length:

    1,181
  • Beam:

    198

Harmony of the Seas overview

By Cruiseline.com - Updated Mar. 9, 2020

Although it was launched in 2016, Harmony of the Seas is still one of the world's largest cruise ships. This $1.3 billion mega-ship comes jam-packed with high-tech amenities and adrenaline-pumping activities geared toward families, couples, and party lovers. For nonstop fun, Harmony of the Seas features a zip line, two massive climbing walls, dual surf simulators, and a miniature golf course. Feel the exhilarating adrenaline rush as you plunge 10 stories on the Ultimate Abyss, cool off in one of the ship's four swimming pools, or ride the Cyclone and the Typhoon in the updated Perfect Storm water park.

After a long day in the sun, refuel with health foods at the Vitality Cafe, or savor a big bowl of Jamie Oliver's house-made pasta. After dark, enjoy some quiet time in Schooner Bar or catch an awe-inspiring live performance with the whole family at the Royal Theater. And if parents need some time to themselves, Royal Caribbean's complimentary Adventure Ocean club organizes educational activities for kids aged 3 to 17.

For the 2019 and 2020 seasons, Harmony of the Seas itineraries will depart from Orlando/Port Canaveral and Fort Lauderdale with stops across the Caribbean, including Mexico, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, the Bahamas, and the Virgin Islands.

Harmony of the Seas ship highlights

  • Water park with three water slides
  • Two FlowRider surfing simulators
  • Four swimming pools, nine whirlpools and a splash pad
  • A zip line and two rock-climbing walls
  • Adventure Ocean children’s program
  • Teen lounge and disco
  • Adults-only Solarium
  • Stand-up comedy club
  • Broadway at Sea musicals
  • Ice-skating rink and shows
  • AquaTheater performances
  • 25 restaurants and lounges
  • 14 complimentary dining options
  • Robotic bartenders in the Bionic Bar
  • Super-fast VOOM Wi-Fi
Why sail Harmony of the Seas: Royal Caribbean's Harmony of the Seas is a great choice for families, couples, and singles looking for active fun and the latest technology.

You should know: Harmony of the Seas is an extremely large ship designed for active travelers, so large, energetic crowds are to be expected. For a more intimate cruising experience, vacationers who are easily overwhelmed should choose a smaller ship on Celebrity or Princess.

Harmony of the Seas ratings:

  • Cabin / Stateroom 4.7
  • Children's Programs 4.3
  • Destinations and Excursions 4.2
  • Embarkation and Disembarkation 4.7
  • Entertainment 4.5
  • Food and Dining 4.3
  • Onboard Activities 4.5
  • Service and Staff 4.6
  • Ship Quality 4.8

Harmony of the Seas cabins

2747 cabins and 87 cabin categories.

Inside Cabin

Inside

4.4
(89 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $105/night
Oceanview Cabin

Oceanview

3.9
(46 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $129/night
Balcony Cabin

Balcony

4.5
(356 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $139/night
Suite Cabin

Suite

4.5
(45 Reviews)
Avg. Cost: $359/night

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Harmony of the Seas dining

150 Central Park

150 Central Park

4.9
(31 Reviews)
Park Cafe

Park Cafe

4.8
(24 Reviews)
Cafe Promenade

Cafe Promenade

4.7
(25 Reviews)
Main Dining Room

Main Dining Room

4.6
(77 Reviews)

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Harmony of the Seas onboard activities

Wipe Out Bar

Wipe Out Bar

5.0
(3 Reviews)
Splashaway Bay

Splashaway Bay

5.0
(2 Reviews)
Vintages

Vintages

5.0
(1 Review)
Trellis Bar

Trellis Bar

5.0
(5 Reviews)

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1742 Harmony of the Seas Reviews

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Royal Caribbean wasn't ready to cruise --- by Cruiser17918774

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Harmony of the Seas

Disappointed with Royal Caribbean -- coming from a avid cruiser

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Some great times and some less than great by prwerner

Sail date: / Traveled as: Family (older children)
Ship: Harmony of the Seas

The ship and staff were great. Food excellent and so was the entertainment. We loved the anytime dining and the different times/days for all the shows. Very happy that we didn't have to rush from the day to go to dinner or a show or we would miss them. Casino was fun too. The ports and excursions could have been much better. We were not told we would need to wear masks in all the interior areas, unless seated (which seems silly), since everyone was vaccinated and tested prior to boarding.

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Excellent transatlantic! by stresn1

Sail date: / Traveled as: Couple
Ship: Harmony of the Seas

We visited the ports listed in the past and they were excellent, BUT THIS cruise was a Mediterranean cruise, it just was not listed in the drop down menu as an option. The Mediterranean cruise was excellent! We travelled from Barcelona to Civitavechia (Rome), Naples, LeSpanza (Florence) and back to Barcelona, Spain! The ports were excellent and beautiful! A lot of history and beautiful architecture!

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966 Harmony of the Seas tips

sophie1502

Jul 23, 2017

Don't sail on this ship if you want excellence in food. Beware of the duty free gimmick. If you purchase anything over your allowance the ship reports it to customs when you land and you will pay a duty tax. THey tell you it's a random selection but you are tagged before you leave the ship. Do all your expensive shopping in ports of call. This is dishonest to try to dupe you into making purchases.

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painters13

Jun 25, 2017

We booked our shows before we sailed and my time dining is the way to go and as soon as you get onboard go and organise your off shore tours

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Captainorin

Jun 24, 2017

Make your dinner reservations when you get on board at the main dining room entrance. Even if you don't show up for that time it will save you any waiting. The larger your party the more difficult to get a table for everyone when you want it. Harmony has about 3 sit down restaurants for free.

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