Symphony of the Seas (Royal Caribbean International)


Originally nicknamed Oasis IVSymphony of the Seas is the fourth in the Oasis-class series of ships.

After three very successful sister ships, Royal Caribbean International announced construction had started on their fourth Oasis-class in October 2015; at the STX Shipyard in St. Nazaire, France.

She is currently under construction and due for delivery in April 2018.


Symphony of the Seas will take the title as the world’s largest ship in April 2018 when she is completed. She will have 28 more staterooms than her three older sisters.

Ship info

Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
Status: Under construction
Ship size: Large Resort Ship
Ship class: Oasis
Sister ships:
Passengers: 0
Staterooms: 2,775
Total crew: 0
Ship length: 0.0 m
Ship beam: 47.4 m
Ship draft: 22.6 m
Tonnage: 230,000
No. of decks: 16
Elevators: 24
Service speed: 22.0 knots
Onboard currency: US Dollar
Registry port: Nassau (Bahamas)
Home port: Port Miami, Florida
IMO number: 0
Call sign:

Build details

Shipyard: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France
Build date: October 2015
Build cost:
Entered service: April 2018

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