The world's biggest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas is literally packed with fun.
The ship has so many features that will keep you entertained at all hours of the day and well into the night. Passengers seeking more active pursuits will love the ship's three water slides (dubbed The Perfect Storm), two rock climbing walls, two surf simulators, ice skating rink, zipline and The Ultimate Abyss, a 10-story dry slide that plummets passengers down a heart-pounding ride through twists and turns with loud noises and flashing lights.
To help passengers really find the things they love, Harmony of the Seas uses a "neighborhood" concept, which first debuted on nearly identical fleetmate Oasis of the Seas in 2009.
The idea is that similar areas or activities are grouped into neighborhoods.
Those who prefer more leisurely pursuits won't be disappointed, either.
The ship has three big pools and lounging areas, an adults-only Solarium space, a relaxing spa and live music at every turn.
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The ship includes seven neighborhoods: peaceful outdoor space Central Park; bustling amusement park style Boardwalk; the Royal Promenade for shopping, dining, drinking and dancing; Entertainment Place, for comedy, jazz and production shows; Youth Place, for the kids; Vitality Sea Spa and Fitness Center, for working out and getting pampered; and Pool and Sports Zone, for playing, swimming and being active.
The neighborhood design is meant to reduce traffic flow, with the idea that people will naturally gravitate to the areas they love over and over again. So many activities are offered all day, every day, people will find their favorites.