Guests were given a treat on a visit onboard Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas. Special simulators allowed them to see what the completed ship would look like while she is still under construction. The new technology overlays the completed design onto the existing framework and makes the viewer feel as if they are standing onboard in real time.
She will be the biggest ship in the world boasting a number of activities like two FlowRider surf simulators, a zip line nine decks in the air, three multi-storey waterslides, two rockclimbing walls as well as an ice-skating rink.
Harmony will have over 20 dining options including new indulgences like the Wonderland Imaginative Cuisine, Sabor Modern Mexican restaurant as well as the new teppanyaki menu at Izumi Hibachi & Sushi.
There is also the Vitality Spa and amazing spaces like the Bionic Bar.