Royal Caribbean Cruises, Bygg nr. B34 og C34 ved Chantiers de l’Atlantique, 225,000 GT Cruise vessel "Symphony of the Seas" & "Wonder of the Seas"

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ROYAL CARIBBEAN ORDERS FOURTH OASIS-CLASS VESSEL

MIAMI, May 9, 2014 – Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE, OSE: RCL) announced today that it has agreed with STX France to move forward on the order of a fourth Oasis-class ship for delivery in 2018. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Richard D. Fain and President and Chief Operating Officer Adam Goldstein, along with STX France Chief Executive Officer Laurent Castaing, announced the planned ship order at the keel-laying ceremony for the third Oasis-class ship at the STX shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France.

“The Oasis Class was a revolution in maritime design when it was launched in 2009. Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas continue to be in a class by themselves both in terms of guest satisfaction and financial returns. Today’s announcement is a reflection of their success,” said Richard D. Fain, chairman and chief executive officer, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. “We are thrilled to announce the order of a fourth Oasis-class ship during the keel-laying milestone of the third. This announcement is also a testament to the men and women of STX France who have worked so hard and so cooperatively on Oasis III.”

The order is subject to documentation and satisfaction of financing and other customary conditions. Projected capital expenditures for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 are $1.4 billion, $1.4 billion, $2.2 billion, $0.3 billion and $1.5 billion, respectively, taking into account this order and existing ship orders.

Known for pushing the boundaries and as part of the cruise line’s continuous improvement mantra, Oasis III will be approximately 20 percent more energy efficient than Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, which already are the most energy efficient cruise ships in the world. The fourth Oasis-class ship will further build on that efficiency.

“We are very excited that Royal Caribbean has agreed to move forward with a fourth Oasis-class ship demonstrating their confidence in STX France to construct the most superior cruise ships in the world,” said Laurent Castaing, Chief Executive Officer, STX France. “We look forward to advancing the efficiencies of our ship building process to produce the most innovative ships that vacationers have come to expect from Royal Caribbean.”

The keel laying of the third Oasis-class ship marks an important milestone in the development of the ship, as it signifies the beginning of its physical construction. During the ceremony, a 1,000-ton block measuring 32-ft by 154-ft (10 x 47 meters) was lifted by crane into the building dock. Newly minted coins were placed under the keel and will stay in place there until the end of the ship’s construction. Once the ship is near to completion, the coins are retrieved and presented to the ship’s Captain and crew to be placed onboard the ship. According to maritime tradition, the coins are said to bring luck to the ship during its construction process and then to its Captain and crew when she is sailing out at sea. Still to be named, the third Oasis-class ship will be delivered in spring 2016.

The third and fourth Oasis-class ships will join Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas – which took the cruise industry by storm with their launch in 2009 and 2010, respectively – and share the title of the largest ships in the world. They feature a revolutionary design with a split superstructure and the cruise line’s neighborhood concept of seven distinct themed areas. At 225,282 gross registered tons and spanning 16 decks with 2,700 staterooms, the Oasis-class ships also introduced extraordinary “firsts” at sea such as an 82 foot-long zip line, a handcrafted carousel, the Rising Tide elevating bar, the AquaTheater high-diving performance venue, and the Central Park with more than 12,000 live trees and plants. The Oasis Class also offers amenities that can only be found on Royal Caribbean, such as twin FlowRider surf simulators, cantilevered whirlpools, an ice-skating rink, the H2O Zone kids aquapark, and the Royal Promenade, an interior boulevard that stretches nearly the length of the ship and flanked by restaurants, lounges and boutiques, among many others.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE/OSE: RCL) is a global cruise vacation company that owns Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Pullmantur, Azamara Club Cruises and CDF Croisières de France, as well as TUI Cruises through a 50 percent joint venture. Together, these six brands operate a combined total of 41 ships with six under construction. They operate diverse itineraries around the world that call on approximately 490 destinations on all seven continents. Additional information can be found on www.royalcaribbean.com, www.celebritycruises.com, www.azamaraclubcruises.com, www.pullmantur.es, www.cdfcroisieresdefrance.com, www.tuicruises.com, or www.rclinvestor.com.
 

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ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL LAYS KEEL FOR FOURTH OASIS-CLASS SHIP

MIAMI, October 29, 2015 – The keel for Royal Caribbean Internationals’ fourth Oasis class ship was officially laid today at the STX shipyard in St. Nazaire, France. This marks an important milestone in the development of the ship, signifying the beginning of its physical construction. During the ceremony, a 1,000-ton block measuring 32-ft by 154-ft (10 x 47 meters) was lifted by crane into the building dock. Newly minted coins were placed under the keel and will stay in place there until the end of the ship’s construction. Once the ship is near to completion, the coins are retrieved and presented to the ship’s Captain and crew to be placed onboard the ship. According to maritime tradition, the coins are said to bring luck to the ship during its construction process and then to its Captain and crew when she is sailing out at sea. Still to be named, the fourth Oasis-class ship will be delivered in spring 2018.

Royal Caribbean International is an award-winning global cruise brand with a 46-year legacy of innovation and introducing industry “firsts” never before seen at sea. The cruise line features an expansive and unmatched array of features and amenities only found on Royal Caribbean including, jaw-dropping, Broadway-style entertainment and industry-acclaimed programming that appeals to families and adventurous vacationers alike. Onboard, guests are catered to with the cruise line’s world-renowned friendly and engaging Gold Anchor Service by every staff and crew member. Royal Caribbean has been voted “Best Cruise Line Overall” for 12 consecutive years in the Travel Weekly Readers Choice Awards.

The cruise line sails 23 of the world’s most innovative cruise ships to the most popular destinations in Bermuda and the Caribbean, Europe, Canada and New England, Alaska, South America, Asia, and Australia and New Zealand. Media can stay up-to-date by following @RoyalCaribPR on Twitter, and visiting RoyalCaribbeanPressCenter.com. For additional information or to make reservations, vacationers should call their travel agent; visit RoyalCaribbean.com; or call (800) ROYAL-CARIBBEAN.
 

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ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES EXPANDS OASIS AND EDGE-CLASS

MIAMI, May 25, 2016 – Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) today announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with French Shipbuilder STX France to build a fifth Oasis-class ship for delivery in the Spring of 2021 and two additional Edge-class ships scheduled for delivery in the Fall of each of 2021 and 2022.

“The response to the arrival of Harmony of the Seas is staggering, eliciting excitement from eager cruisers from markets on both sides of the Atlantic,” said Richard D. Fain, Chairman and CEO, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. “And Edge-class is one of the most highly anticipated new projects, following the high bar of Modern Luxury design set by its predecessor, the Solstice Class.”

“The Oasis-class ships have delivered beyond expectations each time,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International. “Harmony of the Seas’ warm reception is evidence that growing this class of ship will continue to drive exceptional performance for the brand.”

“Although our first Edge-class vessel is still over two years away from delivery, there has been a tremendous amount of interest around the new standard of style Edge-class will introduce,” said Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, President and CEO, Celebrity Cruises. “Solstice-class ushered in a new era of design for modern cruise ships, and Edge-class will not disappoint as the new generation of high style and design.”

“We are extremely pleased with the recent success of Harmony of the Seas and take great pride in our partnership with Royal Caribbean,” said Laurent Castaing, Managing Director of STX France. “It is especially exciting to collaborate on such diverse projects from Oasis to Edge, both marvels in their own space.”

This order is contingent upon the completion of customary conditions, including documentation and financing. Final contracts, which include the definitive payment schedules, are expected to be completed within the quarter. Capacity increases for 2016 through 2020 remain unchanged.

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) is a global cruise vacation company that owns Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Pullmantur, Azamara Club Cruises and CDF Croisières de France, as well as TUI Cruises through a 50 percent joint venture. Together, these six brands operate a combined total of 47 ships with an additional twelve on order. They operate diverse itineraries around the world that call on approximately 490 destinations on all seven continents. Additional information can be found on www.royalcaribbean.com, www.celebritycruises.com, www.pullmantur.es, www.azamaraclubcruises.com, www.cdfcroisieresdefrance.com, www.tuicruises.com or www.rclinvestor.com.
 

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Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas Completes Next Phase of Construction As She Was Floated Out Of Dry Dock

MIAMI, June 9, 2017 – The newest member of Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis class of ships, Symphony of the Seas, is now one step closer to full completion as her April 2018 debut approaches. With the exterior now complete, Symphony of the Seas was floated out of her dry dock to begin the next phase of interior construction.

Symphony of the Seas will spend her inaugural summer season exploring the awe-inspiring destinations of the Mediterranean calling on ports in Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca, Spain; Provence, France; Florence/Pisa, Rome and Naples, Italy. She will then arrive to Miami in early November to begin 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries.

Symphony of the Seas will claim the title of the world’s largest – and most adventure-filled – cruise ship, offering 28 more staterooms than her newest sister ship Harmony of the Seas and encompassing 230,000 gross registered tons.

Touting new features and amenities for guests, Symphony also will boast all the groundbreaking innovations and thrilling experiences that have garnered worldwide recognition for Harmony of the Seas. Among the award-winning and acclaimed favorites are the distinct seven-neighborhood concept, imaginative and sophisticated dining, Bionic Bar robot bartenders powered by Makr Shakr, Broadway-caliber entertainment, the iconic waterfront AquaTheater, the Perfect Storm trio of waterslides, and Ultimate Abyss – the tallest slide at sea.

Royal Caribbean International is an award-winning global cruise brand with a 48-year legacy of innovation and introducing industry “firsts” never before seen at sea. The cruise line features an expansive and unmatched array of features and amenities only found on Royal Caribbean including jaw-dropping, Broadway-style entertainment and industry-acclaimed programming that appeals to families and adventurous vacationers alike. Onboard, guests are catered to with the cruise line’s world-renowned friendly and engaging Gold Anchor Service by every staff and crew member. Royal Caribbean has been voted “Best Cruise Line Overall” for 14 consecutive years in the Travel Weekly Readers Choice Awards.

The cruise line sails 24 of the world’s most innovative cruise ships to the most popular destinations in Bermuda and the Caribbean, Europe, Canada and New England, Alaska, South America, Asia, and Australia and New Zealand. Media can stay up-to-date by following @RoyalCaribPR on Twitter, and visiting RoyalCaribbeanPressCenter.com. For additional information or to make reservations, vacationers should call their travel agent; visit RoyalCaribbean.com; or call (800) ROYAL-CARIBBEAN.
 

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Namnet på Oasis class IV er som kjent "Symphony of the Seas", mens Oasis class V ser ut til å få namnet "Melody of the Seas"
 

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Teknisk Ukeblad og Tore Stensvold har alltid veldig gode og grundige reportasjer, denne er intet unntak:

SYMPHONY OF THE SEAS

Kaotiske tilstander når verdens største cruiseskip gjøres klart for prøvetur

Flere hundre arbeidere jobber intenst for å gjøre «Symphony of the Seas» klar til overlevering.

SAINT NAZAIRE, Frankrike: I oktober 2015 startet det legendariske verftet STX France (tidligere Chantiers de l'Antique) på Frankrikes nordvestkyst byggingen av det som i april offisielt er verdens største cruiseskip.

To og et halvt år etter kjølstrekk skal det være klart for overlevering. En kritisk milepæl er prøvetur.

Det er volumet, bruttotonn, som brukes som målekriterium for størrelsen. Symphony er det fjerde i en serie, men hvert skip er ikke 100 prosent identisk.


- Vi har økte lengden på alle kabiner med 55 millimeter. Det øker totalvolumet med nesten 2.000 bruttotonn, sier Xavier Leclerq, direktør for nybygging og innovasjon i RCCL.

Fransk stolthet
Han har bare vært to år i RCCL. Før det var han 14 år, blant annet som teknisk sjef, på verftet som nok en gang bygger verdens største cruiseskip. Det forrige var «Harmony of The Seas». Levert i mai 2016.

Verftet har en rekke skipsstoltheter og rekordskip på samvittigheten. Blant dem SS France i 1961 (på slutten kjent som SS Norway), RMS Queen Mary II og nå de to største for RCCL.

Som teknisk sjef på STX France, fikk Leclerq ansvar for å hjelpe RCCL til å bygge Harmony of the Seas enda mer energieffektiv og miljøvennlig enn søsterskipet Allure of the Seas – til da verdens største cruiseskip, bygget i Finland i 2010.

- Jeg trodde vi skulle få til to prosent, sier han og lener seg over bordet med et lurt smil. - Fasiten ble over 20 prosent. Symphony vil være 22 prosent mer energieffektiv enn Allure of the Seas, sier Leclerq.

Bonus
Brua på Symphony of the Seas er klar for prøvetur.

Bilde: Eirik Helland Urke

For STX var det en ekstra drivkraft. Det var knyttet store bonuser til økt energieffektivitet.

- For første gang hadde vi det som en del av kontrakten. Resultatet ble om lag fem millioner euro i bonus, sier han stolt.

De største tiltakene ble gjort på Harmony.

- Helt konkret kan vi peke på over 80 teknologier og endringer fra Allure til Harmony. Ut fra erfaringer med Harmony, kan vi få til ytterligere to prosent forbedring på Symphony, det meste på drift og operasjonelle grep, sier Leclerq.

Flo og måne
Om bord i Symphony of the Seas er det tilsynelatende ville og kaotiske tilstander. Det pågår arbeider av ulik karakter på absolutt alle deler av skipet.


Det er en mann som burde være mer stresset en andre: Laurent Tessier. Franskmannen er fra St. Nazaire, men er nå ansatt i Miami-baserte RCCL. Hans ansvar er å sørge for at de to skipene RCCL har under bygging blir satt i drift og fungerer (commissioning).

- Vanligvis har vi to prøveturer før skipet overleveres. Da er det tid mellom første og andre til å rette opp feil og mangler, sier Tessier til TU mens han viser oss rundt, fra første dekk, godt under vannlinjen, og opp til brua på 12. dekk. Det er ytterligere seks dekk.

MS «Symphony of the Seas»
Fjerde skip i Oasis-klassen
  • Eier: RCCL
  • Cruiserederi: RCI (Ett av merkenavnene til RCCL)
  • Verft: STX Europe, St. Nazaire, Frankrike (eks Chantiers de l'Atlantique)
  • Lengde: 362,1 meter
  • Bredde: 47
  • Dypgang: 9 meter
  • Volum: 230.000 bruttotonn (verdens største)
  • Passasjerer: 5536 (Maks 6870)
  • Mannskap: 2100
  • Dekk: 18
  • Kjølstrekk: 29. oktober 2015
  • Prøvetur: Mars 2018
  • Settes i ordinær cruisetrafikk: April 2018
  • Hovedmotorer: 4 × 14,400 kW (19,300 hk) Wärtsilä 12V46F
  • Hjelpemotorer: 2 × 19,200 kW (25,700 hk) Wärtsilä 16V46F
  • Framdrift: 3 × 20 MW (27,000 hk) ABB Azipod,
  • Thrustere: 4 × 5.5 MW (7,400 hk) Wärtsilä WTT-55
  • Hastighet: 22 knop (41 km/h; 25 mph)
Miljøteknologi/energieffektiviseringstiltak:
  • Air bubbles (luftsmøring med luftbobler under skroget)
  • Varmegjenvinning fra eksos og vann (b.la. dampturbin lav/høytemperatur vann)/
  • Scrubbere – vasker svovel ut av eksos
  • SCR: Katalysator for fjerning av NOx
  • Nytt skrogdesign
  • Ny bulb (baugdel under vann)
  • Optimalisert propeller
  • Ny tunnelthrusterdesign
  • Ny hekkdesign (reduserer drag)
  • Nye propeller
St. Nazair ligger ved elven Loires utløp til Biscayabukta. Forskjellen på tidevann, flo og fjære, er stor. Symphony stikker så dypt, litt mer enn 9 meter, at de er avhengige av perfekte forhold mellom flo og månefase.

- Prøveturen som var planlagt i januar måtte droppes. Været var så ekstremt og dybden for liten. Vi kunne rett og slett ikke komme oss ut, sier Tessier.

Testprogram
Denne uka er eneste mulighet før avreise i slutten av mars.

Han regner ikke med mange tilskuere når skipet kaster loss.

- Vi må reise ut klokka 4 om morgenen og returner på natta fire dager seinere, sier han.

Mye hvile tror han ikke det blir under prøveturen.

- Vi har et ekstremt tett testprogram vi må gjennom. Det blir ikke mye søvn på meg, regner jeg med.

Han titter på klokka og unnskylder seg.

- Krisemøte. Vi har sammenbrudd i en trafo. Den må skiftes, men det blir ikke før etter prøveturen, sier han og haster av sted.

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Noen justeringer gjenstår på en av hovedmotorene.
Bilde: Eirik Helland Urke

Deler av kontrollrommet om bord på Symphony
Bilde: Eirik Helland Urke

Maskinrommet på verdens største cruiseskip.
Bilde: Eirik Helland Urke
 

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"Symphony of the Seas" kom tilbake til verftet i dag etter sin første prøveur,neste er i slutten av mars

Foto: Ukjent via STX France
 

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Successful first sea trials campaign for Symphony of the Seas

Symphony of the seas had to be postponed due to bad weather conditions. It eventually took place between Thursday the 15th and Sunday the 18th of February 2018. This campaign allowed to present almost every on-board system in only one sea trial. Currently in its completion phase, the ship, which is the largest ever, will be delivered late March to the Royal Caribbean International shipowner.

Over the 80 hours of sailing, Symphony of the Seas was able to cover 1,000 nautical miles (1852km) off Belle-Île island. During the trial, the full range of the ship’s systems were activated at sea, most of those being already adjusted and presented for commissioning both to the client and to the classification society.

Each and every expected performance was reached.

A second short sea trip will be necessary before the delivery to complete a few more nautical performances trials.
 

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Successful sea trials for Symphony of the Seas
par STX France

After a 1st campaign at sea two weeks ago, Symphony of the Seas spent 24 hours at sea last weekend to finalize the presentation of the ship performance to both the client and the classification society.

The last finishing touches will now take place on board before the ship delivery scheduled on March 23rd as per the schedule.


Foto: Ukjent via STX France
 

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On this day, Symphony of the Seas joins Royal Caribbean International’s fleet
23 March 2018

Barely two years after Harmony of the Seas delivery, STX France reiterates its remarkable achievement with her sister ship, the world’s largest cruise ship. The flag ceremony took place in attendance of more than 1,000 crew members, RCCL officials, and political figures including Jean-Marc Ayrault, former French prime minister.

With 362 meters long, 66 meters wide, 70 meters high and 2,750 passenger cabins Symphony of the seas is able to host around 6,800 passengers and 2,000 staff members. This ship of astonishing size will soon be followed by a third of her kind, due for delivery in 2021.

Along the 30 years of collaboration with RCCL, STX France delivered 13 (tbc) ships and 5 more are already to come. This long lasting relationship is mainly due to STX’s talent for innovation and ability to anticipate its customers’ expectations and to turn them into audacious technical solutions enabling RCCL to offer innovative experience to its clientele.

In addition, with the aim to further develop the ship energetic performance, and reduce their environmental impact, STX France could set hydrodynamic evolutions up, as well as an ingenuous heat recovery system both contributing to reduce by a quarter the ship energetic balance.

Finally, this ship is the 1st one to be granted with the « SILENT-E » class from DNV-GL for her outstanding low level of noise under the water, making her more respectful of the marine wildlife and especially marine mammals.

“Today, is a day of pride for me and all STX France and sub-contractor’s teams, as we are handing over Symphony of the Seas to her owner less than two years after Harmony of the Seas. She is now the largest cruise ship ever and she’s leaving Saint-Nazaire’s yard after reaching outstanding finishing levels. She has taken advantage of the experience gained and of our progress-driven spirit which is one of our main characteristics. We commit ourselves to set innovation at the heart of our processes and to support RCCL who is always challenging us that way. I cite as evidence the ship energetic balance which has been amazingly improved by 25%.” stated Laurent Castaing, STX France chief executive.


Foto: Ukjent via STX France
 

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Today Symphony of the Seas left Saint-Nazaire yard
24 March 2018

Symphony of the Seasn the largest cruise ship ever built by STX France for Royal Caribbean International left Saint-Nazaire yard this morning. After her pre-maiden cruise to Malaga, the ship will offer cruises from Barcelona.


Foto: Ukjent via STX France
 

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I would expect another order for a final Oasis class vessel at Chantiers de l'Atlantique, as yard number D34 is still unused and the yard has one delivery slot in 2023 which has not been filled yet. 2023 is also the final year that a ship of this design could be delivered, as ships with delivery after 2023 or ordered from 2020 onwards have to comply with SOLAS 2020 if I understand it correctly.
 

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I also have the Oasis class VI listed as hull. no D34 in my own overview for the yard for some time now...
 

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Yeah I think that came from the list from your Austrian friend from AMEM (or did he get it from you? ;))
 

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It could have been like that, but actually not as I read elsewhere some time ago about this third potential contract that fits perfect into the D34 slot :)
 

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Symphony Of The Seas Officially Named By Royal Caribbean’s First-ever Godfamily

It’s official, Miami’s newest ship has come in. Royal Caribbean International celebrated the homecoming of the world’s largest cruise ship with the naming ceremony of Symphony of the Seas, the 25th ship in the global cruise line’s impressive fleet.

Symphony was named by Royal Caribbean’s first-ever Godfamily, actors Alexa and Carlos PenaVega, who along with 23-month-old son Ocean, were on hand to christen the ship and bestow a blessing of safekeeping over her crew and guests. Having celebrated many happy occasions onboard the cruise line’s Oasis Class ships, the naming ceremony marks the avid Royal Caribbean fans’ biggest adventure yet with the cruise line.

With almost 1,000 guests in attendance, Symphony of the Seas was christened while dockside at the cruise line’s new state-of-the-art Terminal A at PortMiami, making for the largest naming ceremony in Royal Caribbean’s history. The customary event was infused with modern day elements – ranging from an electronic violinist who serenaded the crowd throughout the ceremony, to a stunning sail away performance by nearly 400 choreographed drones – and also incorporated a number of local Miami touches.

Florida International University’s Marching Band kicked off the celebration, while students from Miami Southridge Senior High headlined the occasion on stage with a rousing drumline performance. Through Royal Caribbean’s partnership with the GRAMMY® Museum, Miami Southridge Senior High was one of 20 high schools within the Miami-Dade County Public School District that received a Royal Caribbean-funded grant through the GRAMMY Museum® Signature Schools program, which supports music education programs in underserved high schools.

Joining sister ship Allure of the Seas at Royal Caribbean’s state-of-the-art Terminal A, Symphony will sail 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean with featured visits to Perfect Day at CocoCay, the global cruise line’s newly revealed private destination in The Bahamas. The 170,000-square-foot Terminal A, nicknamed the ‘Crown of Miami,’ is the most innovative cruise facility in the U.S. with an expected $500 million in revenue and addition of 4,000 jobs to Miami-Dade County.

It is anticipated that Royal Caribbean will welcome at least 1.8 million guests at PortMiami, representing no less than 30 percent of the port’s projected traveler traffic.

Symphony brings to life every family’s vacation dreams with a bold lineup of energy-filled, heart-pumping experiences. The new ship offers the chance to go head-to-head in a glow-in-the-dark laser tag adventure, take the plunge down the Ultimate Abyss – the tallest slide at sea towering 10 stories high – or soak up some sun after getting drenched on epic waterslides and FlowRider surf simulators.

After a day at play, families can dine at a variety of venues that will keep taste buds tingling, including Hooked Seafood, Playmakers Sports Bar & Arcade and El Loco Fresh for Mexican street-food fare, all before picking up the sweetest of treats at Sugar Beach. Adding to the excitement is the Ultimate Family Suite, a one-of-a-kind, two-story home away from home designed for both the young and young at heart, where families can enjoy a signature in-suite slide, private cinema, building block wall, Luckey Climber vertical maze for kids and whirlpool, among other premium services and amenities.

Kilde: Cybercruises.com
 
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