Ship Overview - Symphony of the Seas

February 29 - March 7, 2020

Itinerary

Miami, Florida | Roatan, Honduras | Puerto Costa Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico
Perfect Day at Cococay, Bahamas | Miami, Florida

Experience symphony of the seasĀ® the new sound of adventure that debuted in april 2018 and measures about 230,000 tons, eclipsing the current size leader by about 3,000 tons. There's something for everyone to discover on the most awe-inspiring - and award-winning cruise ship. Clocking in at 1,188 feet long and with 18 total decks - about the height of the leaning tower of pisa - this ship dominates with the title of the largest in the world. The symphony of the seas offers guests seven distinct neighborhoods, like the tree-lined central park and the luxury shop-filled royal promenade, creating unique areas for travelers to enjoy and explore. In addition, a second pool was added on the solarium on deck 15, meaning even more space for adults to kick back and relax. Other new features include a new england-style seafood restaurant and a sports bar that sprawls across the vessel's rear-facing boardwalk area. Symphony also has a candy and ice cream shop and a casual mexican eatery. The venues are among dozens of eateries, bars, showrooms and deck-top fun zones which are a floating megaresort to rival the most spectacular properties on land. Symphony has a trio of giant, multi-deck water slides on its top deck as well as four deck-top pool areas, two flowrider surf simulators, a mini-golf course and a nine-deck-high zip line. It also has a version of the ultimate abyss slide and a nine-deck-high twin tube plunge that just might be the most ambitious attraction ever conceived for a cruise ship. Symphony also has a bionic bar where the drinks are served by robot bartenders.

Of course you will experience the R.E. Michel difference with a welcome and farewell reception along with open bar on select days and times.