Harmony Of The Seas arriving in Palma today. | Cati Cladera


Royal Caribbean International’s newest ship, the largest liner in the world, Harmony Of The Seas, made its inaugural visit to Palma today.

Coming off of receiving stellar guest satisfaction scores and feedback on its first repositioning cruise - from Southampton to Barcelona - the world’s largest cruise ship is sailing an exclusive five-night western Mediterranean itinerary with visits to Palma, Rome (Civitavecchia) and Naples. It is at full capacity, with guests representing more than 34 countries.

A perfect vacation choice for families this summer, guests will enjoy a bold and unexpected lineup of thrilling features as they sail to the most popular Mediterranean destinations. The ship combines the distinct seven-neighborhood concept that Royal Caribbean’s Oasis class of ships are known for, with some of the most modern and groundbreaking vacation amenities, including the Ultimate Abyss, the tallest slide at sea with a ten-storey plunge, robot bartenders at The Bionic Bar, interior staterooms with virtual balconies that provide real-time views of the destinations, and VOOM – the fastest internet at sea – so that guests can stay connected, stream their favourite entertainment and share their adventures with family and friends back at home.

The Harmony Of The Seas’ inaugural summer season will offer seven-night western Mediterranean itineraries, showcasing Europe’s most popular destinations – Barcelona (her base) and Palma, Provence (Marseilles), Florence/Pisa, Rome and Naples. The adventure-packed ship will reposition to the US in November, where the permanent home port will be Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.