The world’s largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas has set sail on its maiden transatlantic voyage, following its inaugural season in Europe.
Harmony of the Seas debuted in Southampton in May 2016 with a 3 and 4-night cruise followed by the official 7-night maiden voyage from Southampton to Barcelona. The ship has since been cruising the Mediterranean from Barcelona.
The 227,000 gross tonne ship operated by Royal Caribbean International departed Barcelona on 23 October on the 13-night transatlantic voyage.
The ship will call at Palma de Majorca and Malaga in Spain before crossing the Atlantic Ocean and arriving in Florida at Port Everglades on 05 November, ahead of the official naming ceremony which will take place on 10 November.