After its delivery in April 2016, the world’s largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas, will homeport at Barcelona and sail a round-trip, seven-night Western Mediterranean itinerary.
Alternately, cruise guests can also embark Harmony of the Seas at Rome (Civitavecchia), but guests must sail round-trip for seven nights.
After the summer season, Harmony of the Seas will head to Florida where she’ll alternate Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings from Port Everglades. Oasis of the Seas will move to Port Canaveral in Fall 2016.
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