Harmony Of The Seas Entertainment Guide

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Royal Caribbean’s Oasis Of The Seas is the second largest cruise ship in the world, and it offers plenty to keep you entertained. Aboard the floating city, there are shows, swimming pools, events, water slides, and live music to help ensure you never feel bored.

One thing I loved about Royal Caribbean is that you can prebook your tickets for each of the main shows to reserve a spot. Reservations are for general admission, so you still need to arrive early to ensure you get a good seat. This amazing featured helped me to preplan some of the activities way in advance, as I could ensure my show times didn’t conflict with some of my specialty dining reservations. Every day in your room you’ll also get the Cruise Compass which will list all the events taking place throughout the day.

 

Harmony Of The Seas Entertainment Guide

 

The Fine Line Aqua Show

Harmony Of The Seas Entertainment Guide

The Fine Line is an absolute must-see show which will leave you spellbound. The water show combines high diving stunts and circus performances done by extreme-sport athletes. It is an action-packed show conducted on a stage that converts between a stage and swimming pool. The entire show uses water, so expect synchronized swimming, high diving, and dancing done on a stage covered with water.

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Harmony Of The Seas Entertainment Guide

I’m a huge fan of Cirque Du Soleil and have gone to countless shows, and I have to say The Fine Line matched the world-class performance that I expect from Cirque Du Soleil. The Fine Line was my favorite moment on the cruise and I strongly recommend you book this free show before your cruise. Due to waves on the first day, the show is often canceled, so if possible make reservations for The Fine Line later on in the cruise.

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The Fine Line is 50 minutes long and takes place in the AquaTheater. Note, as this is a water show you will want to avoid seating in the first row unless you are okay with getting wet.

 

1887

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My second favorite show was 1887, which is an ice skating performance. The love story begins in Paris skating on the River Seine, but the story travels through time. 1887 beautifully combines digital projections to create innovate backdrops on the ice, that help to enhance the story told by the skilled figure skaters.

Even if figure skating normally wouldn’t be something you’d think you enjoy, I’d recommend watching this show. It is timeless and beautiful, and something I could have easily watched over and over again.

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Columbus The Musical

Harmony Of The Seas Entertainment Guide

Columbus The Musical is a comedy musical that is told through popular pop songs. The story is of Christopher Columbus very distant relative, who follows in Christopher’s footsteps and boards a ship to explore the world. Yet, in Columbus The Musical, expect a wacky twist. Here you’ll find a cowardly hero, dancing sharks.

This show takes place in the Royal Theater and is 50 minutes long.

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Grease

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Enjoy watching one of Broadway’s hit musicals, Grease aboard the Harmony of the Seas. In the show, you sing along with Danny Zuko in Grease Lightning. Expect the hand jive, slick-backed hair and poodle skirts.

Grease is 90 minutes long and takes place in the Royal Theater.

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Hideaway Heist

Harmony Of The Seas Entertainment Guide

Hideaway Heist is the afternoon show that takes place at the AquaTheater and is done by the same cast that does The Fine Line. In Hideaway Heist there is a 1950s holiday resort theme, where they pursue a burglar. The more lighthearted show is family friendly, and while entertaining is not nearly as exciting as The Fine Line.

 

Water Slides & Pools

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Harmony Of The Seas Entertainment Guide

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Aboard the Harmony of the Seas, you can find The Perfect Storm water slides. Here you can race against your friend in the twin slide that drop down 3 stories. Also aboard the ship, you will find 3 large swimming pools for you to enjoy.

 

Hot Tubs

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If you are seeking the perfect spot to relax, you need to visit adults-only Solarium where you can find plenty of hot tubs to enjoy.

 

Flowrider

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You can try surfing aboard the Harmony of the Seas. FlowRider is a 40-foot long surf simulator where you can try surfing.

 

Ultimate Abyss

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If you are feeling brave, try the Ultimate Abyss which is a slide that will have you plummet 10 stories. It is the largest slide at sea and is certainly a fun experience for thrill seekers.

Rock Climbing

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Near the aqua theater, you’ll find the rock climbing wall. Here you can enjoy climbing the 40 foot wall for free.

 

Escape The Rubicon

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As someone who tries to do every escape room she can, I was thrilled to find an escape room aboard the Harmony of the Seas. This escape room is rather challenging, and unlike all the other activities it isn’t free.

 

 

In addition to all these activities, you can also enjoy ziplining, comedy, outdoor movies, trivia, live music in the bars/pubs, and special events throughout the cruise (white party, 90s street party etc).

To make the most of your cruise, I suggest booking a different show every night after dinner and using the remaining time aboard the Harmony of the Seas to try the other activities.

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