My sisters and I had a great time on the Harmony of the Seas for an impromptu vacation.
Harmony of the Seas is a beautiful ship. I loved the artwork throughout the ship.
This head sculpture was constantly changing shape and reassembling itself.
I did not like the solarium design as it didn’t have a pool. This meant to swim I had to got to the other pools.
Sister M and I did love our central park “interior” cabin. It’s a bargain for the location, size and layout.
The experiences with the staff was top notch all around. I was happy to call out our cabin and dining stewards on the post-cruise survey as they deserve to be recognized.
But there are so many more that contribute to the experience including the bartenders and waiters, cooks, entertainers and so on.
Taking a Caribbean cruise an hour from my home was a new and wonderful experience. Not only that but there are four other cruise ports within a 4 hour drive! Lots of options.
It was also different because while we had wonderful weather and smooth seas my husband was experiencing the severe tropical storm remnants of Hurricane Ian. Enjoying specialty dining experience when your spouse is dealing with flooding and spoiled food isn’t possible.
We have one more Oasis class ship cruise coming up but I won’t go out of my way to sail them in the future. As the occupancy increases post-covid it’s not as easy to navigate and enjoy the experience.