Harmony of the Seas at Night

Harmony of the Seas Deck Plan, Length, Prices, Capacity, Reviews, and More

Harmony of the Seas is the 2nd largest cruise ship in the world in service after the Symphony of the Seas. The cruise ship is packed with fun, enjoyment, and lot of memories. The ship has everything to create long lasting memories for you and your partner. It’s a great source of positive and refreshing energy.

In this article, we have covered everything about the Harmony of the Seas, including latest incidents, prices, length, deck plan, capacity, and much more.

Harmony of the Seas Sailing
Harmony of the Seas Sailing

Harmony of the Seas Deck Plan, Length, Prices, Capacity, Reviews, and More

General Information

The general information of Harmony of the Seas is given below. It is the 2nd largest cruise ship as on January, 2019.

  • Passengers Capacity: 5479 passengers at double occupancy, 6780 maximum
  • Crew Capacity: 2300
  • Maximum speed: >25 knots (46 km/h; 29mph) maximum, 22 knots (41 km/h; 25 mph) cruising
  • Length: 362.12 m (1188.1 ft)
  • Depth: 22.6 m (74 ft)
  • Decks: 18, 16 passenger decks
  • Class and type: Oasis-class cruise ship
  • Tonnage: 226963 (GT), 257566 (NT), 20236 (DWT)
  • Draught: 9.322 m (30.6 ft)

Fast Facts

A brief information and fast facts of Harmony of the Seas is given below.

  • Full Name: Harmony of the Seas
  • Route: Caribbean
  • Yard number: A34
  • Owner: Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
  • Laid down: May 9, 2014
  • Operator: Royal Caribbean International
  • Launched: 19 June 2015 (float-out)
  • Ordered: 27 December 2012
  • Port of registry: Nassau, Bahamas
  • Completed: 13 May 2016
  • Builder: STX France SA
  • Acquired: 12 May 2016
  • Cost: US$1.35 billion (2015)
  • Maiden voyage: 29 May 2016
  • In service: 15 May 2016


It is equipped with modern state of the art technology by experienced experts. The following are main facilities of Harmony of the Seas.

  • At double occupancy, the cruise ship can accommodate 5479 guests with it’s 2747 staterooms (various sizes).
  • The cruise ship is a popular entertainment place with many water based attractions including 23 swimming pools, a large dry slide complex, and two surf simulators.
  • In addition to these popular facilities, Harmony of the Seas has 20 dining venues, a 1400 seat theatre, and 11,252 works of art.

Incidents / Accidents

2016: In 2016, a employee was killed and other 4 were injured when a lifeboat broke loose and dropped from the fifth deck during a security drill.

2017: No info available

2018: In 2018, a crew member (British citizen) Arron Hough was reported missing by another colleague on board. The incident was reported after failing to report to work on the cruise ship. The US Coast Guard has suspended their search mission on December 27, 2018.

2019: In January, a teenage boy was died when he was trying to enter his 8th deck cabin through a nearby balcony. The ship was docked in Haiti when this accident happened.

Photographs Gallery

Important photographs, including outer view, night-view, day-view, sailing, and other style images are given below.


It is one of the most important information parts about any cruise ship. Reviews of Harmony of the Seas are given below.

  • CruiseCritic: 4.5/5.0 (1786 reviews)
  • US News: 4.2/5.0
  • Cruiseline: 4.4/5.0 (1134 reviews)
  • Yelp: 3.5/5.0 (66 reviews)
  • Oyster: 4.0/5.0

News Updates

The following news updates / latest news about Harmony of the Seas updated in this section from time to time.

Dt. 7-Feb-2019
Spotted: Chat feature added to Harmony of the Seas. Source: Royal Caribbean Blog (blog)


Q1: What do you wear to Harmony of the Seas?
Answer: A dress code of the Harmony of the Seas is casual i.e. cover-ups, jeans, sundresses, shorts, bathing suits, and anything goes. During night hours, dress code style is “resort casual”.

Q2: Is the harmony of the Seas the biggest ship?
Answer: Harmony of the Seas is the 2nd largest cruise ship in the world.

Article Title: Harmony of the Seas Deck Plan, Length, Prices, Capacity, Reviews, and More
Article first published on February 10, 2019.

John Mathew is a travel writer and travel enthusiastic, primarily interested in how to get to any place, hotels guide, resorts guide, destination guide, and worldwide travel tips.