Har­mony of the Seas

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If you are look­ing for a cruise ship that fo­cuses more on ac­tiv­i­ties and en­ter­tain­ment, add the Har­mony of the Seas to your list. This ship by the Royal Caribbean has some in­ter­est­ing at­trac­tions, such as a 100 ft. thrill slide and a Bionic Bar where a ro­bot bar­tender serves drinks. The Ul­ti­mate Abyss is a 10-storey plunge from the pool to the sports zone, but if you want some­thing more calm­ing, you can stroll through the ship’s Cen­tral Park that’s lined with more than 10,000 plants, in­clud­ing trees and vines. There are also two rock-climb­ing walls, a zip line, an ice skat­ing rink, a full-sized bas­ket­ball court, and a mini golf course for guests to ex­plore. Con­sid­ered the largest cruise ship in the world, it is three times longer than Big Ben, with 2,500 state­rooms, 20 restau­rants, 23 swim­ming pools, and a park. You can en­joy all these while on a trip through Southamp­ton or the Mediter­ranean.

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