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Royal Caribbean returns to Western Europe as Harmony of the Seas sets sail

Harmony of the Seas has set sail out of Barcelona, marking both Royal Caribbean’s return to Western Europe and Harmony of the Seas return to operations.

Jewel and Anthem of the Seas have already been sailing in Europe with Harmony marking the next rung on the climb back to Royal Caribbean’s global return to sailing. 

Harmony is a star pupil of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Class, their largest class of ship and will be heading out on a range of seven-night cruises throughout the Western Mediterranean. Through the next couple of months guests will be seduced by the romantic Spanish isle of Palma De Mallorca, dabble in all the culture of Florence and Rome and snap photos in the scenic Naples. 

Ben Bouldin, vice president for EMEA, Royal Caribbean International commented: “We are delighted to  welcome back another ship to our European lineup this summer with the return of the award-winning Harmony of  the Seas. Harmony is an incredibly popular ship and one of the most revolutionary in our fleet, so families are in for  a summer of adventure.”  

Passengers on Harmony can enjoy non-stop action while sailing, with the tallest slide at sea, the ‘Ultimate Abyss’, nine-deck high zip-lines, the FlowRider surf simulator, the greenery of the 20,000 plants in the Central Park neighbourhood and all sorts of curated entertainment at the AquaTheatre.

You can book yourself a holiday on Harmony of the Seas here.

Royal Caribbean is currently requiring all crew and adult guests to be fully vaccinated as part of their multi-layered approach to prioritise the safety of their guests.