One of Royal Caribbean’s four new Oasis-Plus class ships, Symphony of the Seas debuted in 2018 and had its final refurbishment in 2021. The sisterships Harmony OTS (2016), Wonder OTS (2022), and Utopia OTS (2024) are now joined by it. The Royal Caribbean Symphony is bigger than her Oasis-class sisters Allure OTS and Oasis OTS, making it the largest passenger cruise ship in the world.
According to the deck plan, there are 2400 crew members working on board Symphony of the Seas, which has a total of 2759 staterooms and can accommodate 6780 people. The ship has 17 decks, a total of 19 swimming pools, 22 restaurants, 26 cafes, a 9-deck-high Zip Line, 2 rock climbing walls, and 2 FlowRiders. Nine outdoor Jacuzzis, nine swimming pools, including one for children (whirlpool hot tubs, including 2 cantilevered).
The ship had a month-long initial drydock at the Navantia Shipyard in Cadiz, Sᴘᴀɪɴ, from May 20 to June 2021. The purpose of the drydocking was to perform routine maintenance, which is typically performed on cruise ships every five years to keep them in good condition.
The majority of the work done during Symphony OTS’s 2021 drydock was technological (propellers, fin stabilizers, bottom valves, hull painting, classification inspection).
Let’s take a look at World’s Largest Cruise Ship Symphony Of The Seas In Dry Dock in the video below:
Source: LAFORGE Films
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