Royal Caribbean reveals Harmony ex-UK sailings

Royal Caribbean reveals Harmony ex-UK sailings

Royal Caribbean International has revealed the dates that its next Oasis-class ship, Harmony of the Seas, will be operating out of the UK.

The 5,488-passenger ship, which launches in 2016, will be installed with the Oasis-class staples such as the renowend seven neighbourhoods, Central Park and an on board Starbucks, as well as Quantum-class features such as the Bionic Bar.

The vessel will also feature a 10-deck waterslide called Ultimate Abyss.

British passengers will get the chance to board the vessel in Southampton on May 22 and May 26 for two round-trip sailings.

The May 22 cruise will be four nights long and include a call at Rotterdam, with prices start from £349 per person. The May 26 cruise will be three nights long and include a call at Cherbourg, with prices starting from £299 per person.

Both cruises are on sale now.

Stuart Leven, managing director, UK & Ireland for Royal Caribbean International, said: “Harmony of the Seas is a truly remarkable ship, featuring a world of adventure for any holidaymaker.

“We are thrilled to offer these additional voyages, to allow Royal Caribbean passengers the chance to experience everything that Harmony of the Seas has to offer from Southampton”.

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