Symphony of the Seas


Symphony of the Seas (Royal Caribbean)


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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
Ship class Oasis class
Ships in class
Tonnage 230,000
Staterooms 2,775
Ship Length TBA m ( ft)
Ship Beam 47.42 m (155.6 ft)
Ship Draft 22.6 m (74 ft)
No. of decks 16
Elevators 24
Service Speed 22 knots
Onboard Currency USD
Registry Port Nassau, Bahamas
Home Port Port Miami, Florida
Shipyard STX France, St. Nazaire
Build Date October 2015 (Keel laid)
Build Cost  ????
Entered Service Due April 2018
Last refit
Next refit
IMO Number
Call Sign
Status Under construction


Ship construction

March 2017

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