Symphony of the Seas is the largest ship in the world weighing a whopping 228,081 gross registered tons. Measuring 1,188 feet long (about the size of 4 soccer pitches) by 215.5ft wide, the ship has 2,759 cabins, 12 more cabins than its sister ship, Harmony of the Seas.
Symphony can carry up to 5,518 guests at double occupancy. She has 2,200 international crew members and carries 6,680 passengers at full capacity.There is a total of 18 decks on the ship, 11 of them featuring balcony state rooms.
Surprisingly, despite the high number of passengers on the ship, one rarely feels crowded thanks to the distinctive neighborhoods on the ship. Just like other Royal Caribbean ships in the class, Symphony has sections called neighborhoods.
These neighborhoods allow you to hang out in your preferred areas or venues without feeling crowded. It is well-known for many amenities: Boardwalk, Pool and Sports Zone, Central Park, Entertainment Place, Royal Promenade, Youth Zone, Vitality Spa and Fitness…
The dining experience on this ship is also impressive, with your favorite specialty venues making a comeback and some new ones added.
And many other thrilling activities like wall climbing, swinging over the deck of the ship, or even immersing in the biggest water slides ever on the ship
According to cruisehive