Royal Caribbean Breaks Record For Most Passengers On A Transatlantic Crossing

Symphony of the Seas, owned by Royal Caribbean International, set a record with the most passengers and crew ever on board! While crossing the Atlantic, the captain reported that 7,604 people were on board, including 5,350 guests and 2,224 crew members.

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During its 12-day voyage from Miami to Barcelona on March 21st, the ship stopped in Valencia and Málaga while sailing close to capacity. After arriving in Barcelona, it will undergo technical tasks and hotel maintenance at the Navantia shipyard in Cádiz.

Symphony of the Seas will set sail again on April 16th for a seven-night cruise to ports in Spain, Italy, and France, including Naples, Palma de Mallorca, and Marseille; from La Spezia, passengers can take leisure trips to Florence or Tuscany.

It is expected to return to the United States this year with a 14-day repositioning cruise from Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale, with stops in Cádiz, Valencia, and Nassau.

Source: Cruise Hive, Cruise Industry News

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