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RC's Harmony of the Seas is a wonderful ship. Like all Oasis class ships, some might say there's too much to see and do, but if you go in with the right mind set, and look for the things that would interest you, you can find time to do it and have a lot of fun. Having previously sailed on Allure, I knew where to go and where to avoid. We had a Oceanview Balcony cabin. Nice, quiet, private. Now if you don't want privacy, but and don't mind a little noise during the day, a Central Park Balcony could work for you. If you like the noise or a night life person, go with a Boardwalk Balcony. Cause there can e a lot coming from the Boardwalk area, be it the music from Johnny Rockets, or from up above on the sports deck, the amount of people possibly coming from an aqua theater show at night, there's a lot of noise there. Or trip went to St. Maarten / St. Martin, the island looks fairly good a year+ after Irma came through. San Juan, PR. Also looks good, as does the Rain Forest on the eastern part of Puerto Rico. I'm sure if we went to central or western PR, the story would be different. And finally RC's private area of Labadee Haiti, Avoid the artist row. Unless you want to waste money. The only problem I had was with the My time dinning. A lot of people went with this potion and for most nights it was fine, not having a reservation. However on the second formal night, Lobster Tail night. It was a giant cluster you know what. I wish Royal would make My Time Dinning truly my time, by not having reservations unless you have a party of 7 or more. The two Aqua shows, and the theater shows were wonderful as well. Overall a great time, my seventh cruise with RC, and already planning my next cruise.

Harmony is Gold

Harmony of the Seas Cruise Review by Lumric

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: December 2018
  • Destination: Eastern Caribbean
  • Cabin Type: Ocean View Balcony
RC's Harmony of the Seas is a wonderful ship. Like all Oasis class ships, some might say there's too much to see and do, but if you go in with the right mind set, and look for the things that would interest you, you can find time to do it and have a lot of fun.

Having previously sailed on Allure, I knew where to go and where to avoid. We had a Oceanview Balcony cabin. Nice, quiet, private. Now if you don't want privacy, but and don't mind a little noise during the day, a Central Park Balcony could work for you. If you like the noise or a night life person, go with a Boardwalk Balcony. Cause there can e a lot coming from the Boardwalk area, be it the music from Johnny Rockets, or from up above on the sports deck, the amount of people possibly coming from an aqua theater show at night, there's a lot of noise there.

Or trip went to St. Maarten / St. Martin, the island looks fairly good a year+ after Irma came through.

San Juan, PR. Also looks good, as does the Rain Forest on the eastern part of Puerto Rico. I'm sure if we went to central or western PR, the story would be different.

And finally RC's private area of Labadee Haiti, Avoid the artist row. Unless you want to waste money.

The only problem I had was with the My time dinning. A lot of people went with this potion and for most nights it was fine, not having a reservation. However on the second formal night, Lobster Tail night. It was a giant cluster you know what. I wish Royal would make My Time Dinning truly my time, by not having reservations unless you have a party of 7 or more.

The two Aqua shows, and the theater shows were wonderful as well.

Overall a great time, my seventh cruise with RC, and already planning my next cruise.
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