It will end in Barcelona after a 12-night repositioning voyage that includes ten days at sea as well as visits to two other Spanish ports, Málaga and Valencia.
The Symphony of the Seas will visit a Spanish shipyard after the cruise, which ends on March 21, before beginning a European summer program.
This cruise ship was built in 2018 and is scheduled to undergo routine maintenance, as well as minor upgrades and refreshments.
The Symphony will resume Western Mediterranean cruises on April 16.Each Sunday, the vessel departs from Barcelona, with stops in Italy, Spain, and France, including Naples, Palma de Mallorca, and Marseilles.
It’s also possible to take shore excursions from Civitavecchia to Rome or to La Spezia to visit Florence and Tuscany.
A six- and eight-night Caribbean cruise will follow the ship’s European program in November.
The itineraries operate from Fort Lauderdale’s Port Everglades and visit popular destinations throughout the South, West, and Southern Caribbean.
Symphony of the Seas was the world’s largest cruise ship from 2018 to 2022, an enlarged and improved version of the original Oasis-class ships.
In addition to its capacity for 5,400 passengers, the 227,625-ton vessel also features the Ultimate Abyss dry slide, and Central Park, a park at sea that has real plants and shops.
There are also a variety of dining, shopping, a real carousel, and an open-air, fountain-filled show lounge known as AquaTheater.
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