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Set sail on Harmony of the Seas on a 2024 cruise and enjoy some of the most spectacular amenities at sea.

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Western Caribbean with Houston Stay

Western Caribbean with Houston Stay

21st Feb 25, 10 nights - Western Caribbean, North America, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, Central America, Costa Maya, Honduras, Riviera Maya, Texas, United States
Harmony of the Seas
  • Alternative Dates Available
  • Book an Oceanview and receive a FREE Balcony upgrade!
  • Includes 2 Night Hotel Stay In Houston, Texas
from £1,499 pp
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Western Caribbean with Houston Stay

Western Caribbean with Houston Stay

30th Jan 26, 10 nights - Western Caribbean, North America, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, Central America, Costa Maya, Honduras, Riviera Maya, Texas, United States
Harmony of the Seas
  • FREE Balcony upgrade from Oceanview
  • FREE 2 night stay in Houston
  • Parties and parades on the Royal Promonade
from £1,699 pp
Including flight
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Cruises on board Harmony of the Seas

This spacious, action-packed ship joined the Royal Caribbean fleet in 2015 and provides ample space and entertainment for her 4,000 guests.

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FACTS & FIGURES - Harmony of the Seas

  • Ship length
    362 m
  • Passengers
  • Decks
  • Launched

Decks and Cabins - Harmony of the Seas


Inside Cabin

max. 413.84 m²

Outside Cabin

max. 416.62 m²

Balcony Cabin

max. 422 m²

Private bathroom with shower and hair dryer, Television, radio, telephone, Sitting area, Vanity area

Please select a deck:

Deck 18
deck plan

Travel Tips for Harmony of the Seas


Delicious dining is just one of the many reasons to cruise aboard Harmony of the Seas. Complimentary venues include Sorrento’s Pizza and Dog House, where you can craft your perfect hot dog, as well as familiar favourites such as the multi-level Main Dining Room and more casual Windjammer Marketplace. For an additional fee you can dine at specialty eateries like the elegant 150 Central Park, Sabor Modern Mexican or Jamie’s Italian by Jamie Oliver.


So, how will you spend your time at sea? Well, how about zooming down the Perfect Storm water slides, testing your skills on the surf simulator, or enjoying some downtime at the spa? Also home to a climbing wall, a zip line ride, three pools, and a retro-style arcade, Royal Caribbean‘s Harmony of the Seas offers fun for all. When the sun sets you can enjoy a theatre show, or unwind at one of the lounges, which include The Bionic Bar, complete with robotic bartenders, and Rising Tide Bar, which moves up and down three decks.


Harmony of the Seas’ rooms offer all of the comfort and amenities you’d expect from Royal Caribbean. Take your pick from:

  • Interior – comfortable, yet basic accommodation for 1-4 guests, ranging from 149-193 sq.ft., deck 3-14 

  • Ocean View  private ocean view window with additional seating area, ranging from 172-269 sq.ft., deck 3-11 

  • Virtual Balcony – staterooms with state-of-the-art technology that provides a real- time scene of ocean views and landscapes, ranging from 149 sq. ft., deck 6-11 

  • Balcony – spacious cabin with private balcony, ideal for in-room dining, ranging from 179-271 sq.ft., deck 6-11 

  • Suites – special accommodation options such as open living rooms, private balconies with dining area, and split-level areas, ranging from 287-1524 sq.ft., deck 9-18 


Being home to such great kid-friendly cruise activities, including a ten-deck-high waterslide, it’s fair to say that Harmony of the Seas is a very family-oriented ship. However, there’s plenty for adults to enjoy while the little ones (and the not-so-little ones!) are being kept busy at the kid’s clubs. From massages at the spa and drinks by the pool to complete R&R at the Solarium – an adults-only space complete with whirlpools and sun loungers, the ship caters for guests of all ages.


One of the largest cruise ships in the world, Harmony of the Seas benefits from plenty of space and offers a choice of 46 wheelchair accessible cabins.


Explore top spots cruising the Caribbean on board Harmony of the Seas. Itineraries include stops at dream destinations including Cozumel in Mexico, Labadee in Haiti and Falmouth in Jamaica, as well as Royal Caribbean’s very own resort in the Bahamas, Perfect Day at CocoBay. Sailings depart from US ports such as Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, and Galveston, with cruises lasting between four and eight nights.

Harmony of the Seas Destinations

Harmony of the Seas Departures

Port Canaveral


Fort Lauderdale


Cruise types on board Harmony of the Seas

Family Cruises

Couples Cruises

FAQs about Harmony of the Seas

We have put together the following FAQs. We hope that you will be able to find an answer to your question below, but if you require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team

How big is Harmony of the Seas?

Harmony of the Seas is 362 metres long, with 16 decks and capacity for 5,479 guests at double occupancy.

Where does Harmony of the Seas sail from?

Harmony of the Seas sails from US ports such as Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Orlando and Galveston.

Is Harmony of the Seas all-inclusive?

Harmony of the Seas is not completely all-inclusive. Guests have free access to complimentary restaurant options, as well as entertainment and amenities, but speciality dining and alcoholic drinks are not included.