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Harmony of the Seas: behind the Scenes photos

On 17 February 2016 Editor Nicholas Leach was lucky enough to be invited by Royal Caribbean to the STX France shipyard to go on board Harmony of the Seas as she enters the last stage of her fitting out. This selection of photos taken on the new ship show how some of the areas are progressing as 3,000 shipyard workers complete the massive job of fitting out the world’s largest passenger ship.

On the bridge

Captain Gus Andersson will take charge of Harmony of the Seas in May.

You can’t forget the name of the ship.

The main theatre

Balconies before the dividing panels have been added.

Water slides on the top decks.

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